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[17th June:
 
Fun Times (7 mins)

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Repent or Perish (84 mins)

+ Q+A with Director Matthew Victor Pastor and Llewellyn Michael Bates

 
Fun Times
Directed by Matthew Victor Pastor

Executive produced/Written by Llewellyn Michael Bates

Sammy is a teenager with disenfranchised violent men all around him. Kate watches Sammy from across the hall of their commission flats. This is the story of their inevitable demise.

 

Repent or Perish (84 mins)

Directed by Matthew Victor Pastor

Amos is a young gay man, his sister Jewel is a drug dealer and their father Julian is a conservative Filipino Christian. Set over the course of 24 hours, their lives will intersect. Repent or Perish, what choice does this family have?

 

Matthew Victor Pastor is a Filipino Australian filmmaker. An alumnus of the prestigious VCA. His films have been selected for over 60 international film festivals. Selected for a world premiere at the 44th São Paulo International Film Festival (Mostra) in October 2020, is the first in his 2020 trilogy of feature films The Neon Across the Ocean (91 mins). The second instalment A Pencil to the Jugular (121 mins) world premiered at the FIAPF accredited A-class Moscow International Film Festival (43rd Edition, April 2021).


Llewellyn Michael Bates is an ACCTA and AWG nominated screenwriter and producer, known for a multi award-winning slate of successful films advocating for disability and minority stories. Creating opportunities for a range of multi-disciplinary diverse storytellers behind and Infront of the camera. Weaving together real-life experiences blending the tragically funny and disturbingly beautiful.
 


24th June:
 
Buas-damlag (7 mins)

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Taho (5 mins)

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Love with the Poet (52 mins)
+ Q+A with Director Matthew Victor Pastor, Edeva Miasis and Caleb Ribates

Buas-damlag (7 mins)

Directed by Edeva Miasis

Buas-damlag a short, drama based on true events about a Filipino man in his 30s immigrating from the Philippines to Melbourne, Australia in 1988. During his first year he writes letters to his fiancee back in the Philippines of his experiences whilst trying to convince her to come and join him to start their new life together in Australia.

 

Taho (5 mins)

Directed by Caleb Ribates

Taho is a slice of life drama following an aged carer and his patient in the south side of Melbourne. The aged carer prepares Taho, a warm sugary and custardy dessert sold in the Philippines as a gift to the patient, who is in his final stages of life.

 

Love with the Poet (52 mins)
Directed by Matthew Victor Pastor
The year is 2009. 5 poems reflect youth loneliness.

Edeva Miasis is a filmmaker based in Melbourne. She studied the Diploma and Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media (Film and Television) at Swinburne University of Technology where she directed her graduate film Buas-damlag.
In 2017 the film premiered at film festival Arthouse Asia in Kolkata, India. Edeva hopes to continue to tell Asian stories and experiences through film.

Caleb Ribates is a 20-year-old Filipino-Australian writer, director, and curator. Graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts' Film and TV course in 2021, Caleb is focused on telling stories of culture, identity, and self.

Matthew Victor Pastor is a Filipino Australian filmmaker. An alumnus of the prestigious VCA. His films have been selected for over 60 international film festivals. Selected for a world premiere at the 44th São Paulo International Film Festival (Mostra) in October 2020, is the first in his2020 trilogyof feature filmsThe Neon Across the Ocean(91 mins). The second instalment A Pencil to the Jugular(121 mins) world premiered at the FIAPF accredited A-class Moscow International Film Festival (43rd Edition, April 2021). 

Location

The Motley Bauhaus
102 Scotchmer Street , Fitzroy North Vic

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