Microfilm Four: Wildfleur

The fourth and final microfilm category was ‘little’, and admittedly I found this one the hardest.

Film Thirteen: Anomalisa (2015)

In a beautiful, yet nonsensical way, the film allows you to get your heart broken, mended, and broken again as you experience the world of the main character.

Film Twelve: Maelstrom (2000)

Maelstrom explores the concept of karma, and the good and bad luck that results from one’s actions through the intertwined fates of several individuals.

Film Eleven: Billy Elliot (2000)

“I feel a change in my whole body. And I’ve got this fire in my body. I’m just there. Flyin’ like a bird. It’s like electricity. Yeah, like electricity.”

Film Ten: Black Hawk Down (2001)

“Look, these people, they have no jobs, no food, no education, no future. I just figure that we have two things we can do. Help, or we can sit back and watch a country destroy itself on CNN.”

Film Nine: Anomaly (2014)

Anomaly (2014) boasts extraordinary visual effects, attention to detail, and brilliant performances, which blends the film together into an incredible collaboration of talent.

Microfilm Three: Backbone

The third topic of our microfilm series is ‘big’.

A couple of weeks ago I set out on an adventure to Werribee Gorge to clear my head and get out of the house, and ended up doing a 10km hike through the breathtaking terrain.

Microfilm 2: Post Scriptum

This week’s microfilm topic was on the theme of ‘you’.

Inspired by a very important person in my life, I decided to focus on a very serious medical illness as the subject of this film.

Film Five: Café de Flore (2011)

“Do you believe in soulmates?”
“I do. I like the concept that there is somebody who is supposed to be with you forever. But if it’s a soulmate, it’s not supposed to end, right? It doesn’t happen twice in a lifetime.”