A Kate way to start your day!
Having conquered the cutthroat world of satirical online cooking shows the two Kates are ready to take a Sassy Swipe at morning lifestyle television in Get Krack!n.
Series 1 was described by critics as “the finest satire ever put to air on Australian television”, was awarded an AWGIE for Best Comedy Series and nominated for the same category at the Screen Producers Australia Awards.
Series 2 had a huge social media response which saw #getkrackin trending each week an episode aired, and extensive media coverage which lauded it as "must-watch tv", "one for the history books" and "comedy at its groundbreaking best". The second series was once again nominated for Best Comedy at the Screen Producers Australia Awards.
The journey of a food intolerant and an intolerable foodie.
Series 1 attracted a global fanbase, receiving 2 million views in its first week online, and has since received numerous awards, including Best of the Fest and Best Short Form Digital Series at the New York Television Festival, Best Comedy Series at the Independent Television Festival, Best Overall at the Online Video Awards, and Best Comedy at Melbourne Webfest.
Series 2 was made in collaboration with ABC iView and broke viewing records for an iView original series. Both seasons are currently streaming on ABC iView, Fullscreen (USA), MYTF1 XTRA (France) and YouTube.
The Katering Show
Bleak:The Web Series
An online comedy series about rebuilding your life in a home that's falling apart.
Winner of Best Screenplay, Best Actor, and iView Award at Melbourne Webfest, and the Best Ensemble Cast Award at LA Webfest, as well as receiving nominations and screenings at NYTV Festival, Miami Webfest, First Glance Film Festival and Austin Webfest.
E Arioi Vahine
As a child Poeiti wanted to become a part of the Arioi Tribe of Tahiti. As a pregnant teenager she finds out the golden rule of the Arioi and how far she could go to carry out their traditions.
A historical drama short which won Best Internation Student Film at the International Film Festival of Ireland, and Best Editing at Flickerfest, as well as screenings and nominations at festivals including Palm Springs Shortfest, World Film Festival Montreal, and Tel Aviv Student Film Festival.
Bread and Butter
All he wants is a little bit of butter for his bread.
An absurd comedy short which was selected to open the Williamsburg International Film Festival in New York City, as well as having screenings at festivals including the Melbourne Underground Film Festival, Dam Short Film Festival and Courts des îles in Tahiti.
A photo can capture a moment, but can't make life stand still.
A short drama which was nominated for Best Short Film at the Montreal World Film Festival, as well as screening at festivals such as Oaxaca Film Festival and the Santiago Film Festival.
Hard knocks, lost love and a long journey home.
A music video for the Thom Cross single Heavy Sea. The clip was featured on the Vevo playlists of Lorde and MGMT in the week of its release.
Anna is learning to live without Otto. She must face the choice she’s made. Nothing is permanent.
An experimental short which was shortlisted for Tropfest, and screened at St Kilda Film Festival as one the top 100 Australian short films of that year. It was also featured on Film Shortage as their daily pick.
With My Little Eye
On a weekend away with her parents Charlie finds that sometimes you have to hit the bottom to make you realize which way is up.
Nominated for the ATOM Award for Best Short Film and the Film Vic Craft Award at St Kilda Film Festival, as well as screening at festivals such as the New Zealand Internation Film Festival, Los Angeles Women's Film Festival and Vancouver Women's Festival.
Suspend your disbelief. Enjoy the spectacle.
An experimental documentary that explores the passion and permformance of amatuer wrestling, it was created entitely over one weekend as part of the International Documentary Challenge. The short was nominated for Best Documentary at the Online Video Awards.