GERMAN PREMIÈRE. Red Water Red to play at MUNICH INTERNATIONAL Short Film Festival

June 11th, 2010

“Red Water Red” goes SALTY! Selected as just one of 35 films from 27 countries for the MUNICH INTERNATIONAL Short Film Festival 2010, “Red Water Red” screens Fri June 18, 19:00 & Mon June 21, 21:00 at the historical Gloria Palast in Stachus.

Red Water Red selected for ST KILDA Film Festival

May 6th, 2010

Please join us for the Victorian Premiere of “Red Water Red” at St Kilda Film Festival 2010! Sun 30th May 1:30pm, Palace George Cinemas

SINGAPORE International Film Festival + 5 new fests

February 10th, 2010

We’re excited to announce “Red Water Red”‘s Asian Premiere at the 23rd SINGAPORE International Film Festival (April 14-24, 2010). “Red Water Red” is the first graduating film from Australia to screen in 13 years.

LÁSZLÓ BARANYAI wins ACS GOLD Award for Red Water Red

November 25th, 2009

Big congratulations to our Director of Photography – LÁSZLÓ BARANYAI (ACS HSC) – who has just won an ACS Gold Award for his lensing RED WATER RED! The news was announced on Saturday 21st November at the Australian Cinematographer’s Society awards, which acknowledge excellence in cinematography. Congrats goes also to all our camera & lighting crew who helped us capture such outstanding vision!

QING XIE Nominated for KODAK-AWARD NEW DIRECTOR of the YEAR for Red Water Red

September 8th, 2009

We’re thrilled to announce that Qing has been nominated for the KODAK-AWARD NEW DIRECTOR of the YEAR AWARD for RED WATER RED! Finalists were selected from an impressive collection of entries from six countries across the Asia Pacific Region.


September 8th, 2009

We’re in competition at the 2009 STOCKHOLM International Film Festival (Nov 18-29, 2009)! That’s right, home of all things BERGMAN & just a little bit of TARKOVSKY. RED WATER RED is the first graduating short from Australia to be selected in 7 years, and will be screening 3 times with Cary Fukunaga’s multi-award winning feature SIN NOMBRE (Best Director, Best Cinematography Sundance Film Festival 2009).