This five-part, online documentary series opens the discussion around miscarriage and breaks down the silence surrounding it, exploring how miscarriage mentally, emotionally and physically impacts women and men, and looks at those who have suffered multiple losses and those from different nationalities and backgrounds, as well as the roles social media and religion play in the loneliness.
It’s about a Lucy, a girl who’s always on the look out for simple ways to improve her life. And D.i.C, her talking support drone who even with all the knowledge in the world… can be a bit of an asshole. Stars Lucy Gransbury, Ethan “Ozzyman Reviews” Marrell
The first Chinese television drama series shot in Australia, Speed was filmed in Adelaide and surrounding areas and stars Elvis Han, Xu Lu, and Du Haitao. The 32-part series tells the story of an underground street racer turned professional race car driver, with action sequences directed by specialist Hong Kong director Bruce Law (Jackie Chan’s Supercop, Transformers: Age of Extinction and Mission Impossible 3).
Anthony is about to turn 28 and is still living with his parents in the northern suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia. He’s determined to go through his life without getting “a real job”. He’s tried his hand at stand up comedy, filmmaking and music, but his pursuits in the arts have yet to be fruitful. Wanting to give music another try, he searched the Internet for ways to make money fast and he came across self-proclaimed “middle-class artist”, Matt Farley. Matt pays his mortgage with his art, making online streaming’s small payouts work for him by writing almost 20,000 novelty songs, earning half a penny for each stream. Teaming up with his producer friend, Rebecca, Anthony gets a grant to make a documentary about his musical journey and uses the money to travel to Massachusetts to meet Matt. Over 10 days, Anthony will become Matt’s song-spamming apprentice, and learn the ins and outs of making a buck off music in the age of music streaming. Anthony challenges himself to write 100 songs using Matt’s method. Like most artists, Anthony usually spends hours and hours perfecting one song. The effortlessly charming Matt Farley, CEO of his music empire Motern Media, will write four songs in one hour. And in Matt’s own words, “they’re usually pretty good!” In the dim light of his home basement studio, Matt will show Anthony how he can achieve anything with positive reinforcement, if only he can believe it. While traipsing across beautiful New England in the fall, Anthony will experience his first time away from home, his first pumpkin carving and his first attic. Can Anthony still imagine himself an artist if he writes a hundred songs about poop, not caring about the quality? Can he put aside his personal integrity to complete his challenge, when he’s given up on everything in the past? Can he really re-record the same song over and over again and only change one lyric, and still call it a new song? Anthony will find out in an American adventure that pushes him to the limit of his artistic abilities.
Prisoners sign up to rehabilitate retired greyhound racing dogs to prepare them for life on the outside. The inmates have just a few weeks to learn how to train, socialise and transform the dogs into loving, family-friendly pets – and then face giving them up for adoption in the outside world. In turn, can the dogs help the inmates rebuild their lives? Can man and animal work together to create a better life for each other?
Harry, an optimistic Uber driver with autism, causes confusion, chaos and comedy for his passengers despite the advice of his ever-supportive father, all while trying to woo the sweet but unsuspecting girl of his dreams.
Almost Midnight is a coming-of-age, romantic black comedy about a socially-inept young man called Dave, who wants a fairy-tale romance, but lacks the abilities to meet and most importantly keep the woman of his dreams,. Dave’s tale is told over six years, in five minute real-time slices of his life in the lead up to each New Years Eve countdown.