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GHILLIE

Two rival groups face off against each other in the ruins of a forgotten world. Ghillie tells the story of Scout, a young boy who's been forced into a conflict he doesn't fully understand.

 

 

 

 

 

Short Film

 

Nic McRobbie:  writer/director

Angus Macpherson:  editor

 

© AFTRS 2013

Blue

Blue follows the journey of a teenage girl who is confined to watch from the sidelines as her life slowly spirals out of control. Through the power of memory, this story explores the fragility of adolescence and how individual perception can colour and influence one's experience of the world around them.

 

 

 

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Payam Kokab:  writer/director

Debora Cravero/Sabrina Organo:  producer

Angus Macpherson: editor

 

© AFTRS 2013

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Horrie

Greece, April 1941 and the Nazis are pushing hard but we're still holding firm. Say hello to the 2nd/1st Machine Gun Battalion and their secret weapon - Horrie, the hero dog of the Mediterranean! From stray pup to war hero to quarantine hazard, Horrie is the amazing true story of Australia's most beloved war dog and his companion, Private Jim Moody.

 

 

Documentary

 

Lucas Li:  writer/director

Ashlea Dicks:  producer

Angus Macpherson: editor

 

© AFTRS 2013

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Fin

Fin is an experimental film based on the subject John Ogden, a successful photographer and DOP who lost his right eye in a surfing accident 12 years ago. A decade after that he developed a cataract in his other eye, and for nine months he was clinically blind waiting for the surgery that would determine the rest of his life.

 

 

 

Documentary

 

Lauren Ross:  writer/director

Katie Amos:  producer

Angus Macpherson: editor

 

© AFTRS 2013

The PET Scan: A Beginner's Guide

A short explanatory video for use in hospitals to help patients understand how a PET scan works in the detection of cancer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

motion graphics, educational

 

Angus Macpherson: everything

 

© PETNET Solutions 2014

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