Jammin' in the Middle E Comedy, 52 min for SBS TV
Food, family, love and fast cars in the Arabic suburbs of Sydney.
Directed by Kim Mordaunt, written by Howard Jackson, produced by Enda Murray
Financed by the Australian Film Commission, NSW FTO & SBS TV
"Revealing and delightful, this brilliant little film radiates with catharsis... Mordaunt directs with a cinema verite intimacy and aesthetic power that matches its social impact" The Age
"This is priceless, both in its humour and its capacity to open a window into the life of Muslims in Sydney's maligned south-west" Sydney Morning Herald
World sales: Ronin Films
Mongrel's Ghost Drama, 14 mins
Tom, a security guard at Riverdale Psychiatric Hospital for the Criminally Insane, and Cassie, a lock-up patient, discover they have something in common.
Directed by Kim Mordaunt
Written by Kim Mordaunt, Sylvia Wilczynski & Howard Jackson
Produced by Red Lamp Films, financed by Screen NSW's Young Filmmakers Fund
Sydney Film Festival
Sao Paulo International Film Festival
Bilbao International Film Festival
Winner Best Short Film, Byron Bay Film Festival
Winner Best Cinematography in a Short Drama, ACS Awards
Speed City Documentary, 26 min, for SBS TV
A wild ride through the streets of Sydney through the eyes of three bicycle couriers: the accident-prone Crash Test Danny, the calm and focused Kiri and outspoken Manchester lad Skater.
Directed by Kim Mordaunt & Sylvia Wilczynski
Produced by Sylvia Wilczynski & Kim Mordaunt
Produced by Red Lamp Films
Financed by Australian Film Commission, Screen NSW & SBS TV
Winner Best Short Documentary, Phoenix Film Festival, US
Winner Best Documentary, Byron Bay Film Festival
Copyrites Documentary, 52 min, for SBS TV
Explores the protection of Australian Indigenous artworks, focussing on the infamous Carpet Case where internationally renowned artist Banduk Marika's designs were stolen and printed on mass produced carpets.
Directed by Kim Mordaunt & Cathy Eatock
Produced by Jenny Day, Cathy Eatock & Kim Mordaunt
Financed by the Australian Film Finance Corporation & SBS TV
Survival Documentary, 52 min, for SBS TV
Presented by Leah Purcell (Wentworth, The Drover's Wife), Survival celebrates the alternative Australia Day event, the Survival Concert, featuring Australia's leading Indigenous music artists including Archie Roach and Christine Anu.
Written & directed by Kim Mordaunt
Produced by the Indigenous Unit, SBS TV, Executive Producer Karla Grant
Financed by the National Indigenous Arts Advocacy Association & SBS TV
World sales: SBS TV