The man they call the Vampir is forced to come in from the fields for food. A group of violent youth are at the shops. They brutally collide, but things with sharp teeth don’t always bite.
VAMPIR is an Australian short film with an edge. Inspired by an Eastern Bloc aesthetic, that will be reflected in the shooting style — by award-winning cinematographer Warwick Field — production design — by Emmeline Dulhunty — and original score by composer John Kilbey — VAMPIR will be beautiful and bleak, heartfelt and haunting; a dark short film that shows different sides of strength and weakness and what it means to be human.
Filmmaker Anya Beyersdorf + the Youth of Coomealla in collaboration with the Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP), Riverina Institute of Tafe present: Kantja Yarning – a 7 minute documentary directed by the youth of Coomealla. Five community Grandmothers were asked by the young filmmakers to pass on a message for the youth of Coomealla.
Starring charismatic frontman of eighties band The Bhagavad Guitars John Kilbey and introducing Mimibelle Kilbey, with music by John Kilbey. Directed by Anya Beyersdorf.
Bluebeard has found a sort of lonesome peace, living with nature in a medieval village.
But one morning while out hunting deer, he receives a call from his past which shatters the peaceful world he has created for himself.