Women Filmmakers @ Setting Sun Short Film Festival

Under the dynamic leadership of festival director Anna Bourozikas these films are featured in the inaugural women's only Rouge program and competition, in the Setting Sun Short Film Festival, produced and created by Poppy Kat Media at the Sun Theatre, Yarraville, Australia. The Rouge program and competition was sponsored by film producer Sue Maslin and author Rosalie Ham, who donated $1000 for The Dressmaker Award for Best Film by a Female Filmmaker. Entry details for 2017 will be available later in the year on www.settingsun.com.au.


The Bin - Interview with Karen Ingram

Logline:  An exhausted, sleep deprived mother, must get the bin out on collection day. Since this film was broadcast on our platform it has gone viral. Read more here

Homesong - Interview with Natalie Cunningham

Logline:  Indie pop songstress Sophie Koh reflects on the intersection of music and cultural identity in the lead up to the release of her fourth studio album, Book of Songs. Read more here


Sir Dancealot - Interview with Lana Schwarcz

Logline: The story of a knight who saves the day, using not his sword, but classical ballet. Read more here


The Savoy Ladies Group - Interview with Lucinda Horrocks

Logline: A story about women, family and friendship in the Italian heart of rural Australia. Read more here


Life's A Drag - Interview with Victoria Wharfe McIntyre

Alexis and Bettina, two ageing drag queens, take us on a journey with more twists and turns than a set of hot rollers.  Read more here


We Are Moving Stories embraces new voices in drama, documentary, animation, TV, web series and music video. If you have just made a film - we'd love to hear from you. Or if you know a filmmaker - can you recommend us?  More info: Carmela