Photographer: Kirsty Mitchell Photography
Cinematographer: Richard Wakefield, FX Media
MUA: Elbie Van Eeden, elbievaneeden.com
Model: Katie Hardwick
Costume and door prop made by: Kirsty Mitchell
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This short film is about the processes by which mountains are created and eventually destroyed. It is inspired by the work of British geographer L. Dudley Stamp. The film was shot in Iceland and features animation from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio.
In California’s drought-stricken community of Lompico, a water shortage forces locals to rethink how they use water. From recycling shower water to piping water in from a neighbouring district, residents take urgent action to keep the town from drying up.
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Producer & Editor: Kelly Loudenberg
Videographer: Arianna Lapenne
A young Japanese-American girl struggles with identity, imprisonment, and the rediscovery of her ancestry as she and her family are forced into Japanese-American Internment camps during World War II.
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Directed and produced by: Hayley Foster
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