A set of short films developed with community groups and individuals in community spaces. These informal meetings culminated in a street film festival that celebrated low-fi, accessible film-making methods.
St Mary's House of Welcome, Wintringham, 862 Productions, Yarra Community Housing
These films explore a diverse range of ideas and interests. They were developed and cultivated during weekly workshops over a four month period. Initiated as an extension of Projector Bike, this project has been interested in low-fi, mobile and do-it-yourself film-making process. We met in cafes, on park benches, in people's homes, in opportunity shops and community centres around the city. These places became our workshops and sources of inspiration.
By utilising modern digital film-making equipment, we're able to work flexibly and empower community members to play integral roles in the film-making process.
We respectfully acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Eastern Kulin Nation as traditional custodians, on whose unceded lands we work and live.
We respectfully acknowledge elders – past, present and emerging. And we extend our deepest respects to all First Nations peoples. In the context of the work we do, we express gratitude for our shared connection through place, to the oldest continuing cultures on earth.
Studio 6, 33 Saxon Street, Brunswick 3065
PO Box 1011, Fitzroy North, 3068