Posts from Fairfield, Sydney
Welcome to the masculine world of trucks, football and burnouts. Meet Shane and Marcelo – both truck drivers and dedicated family men. On the menu? Meat, meat, brains, intestines and.. weird looking food.
COMMENT below and tell us the weirdest food you’ve ever eaten? Tasty?
Meet+Eat is an online documentary series in which people from very different backgrounds, sit down, share a meal and have a yarn. Meet+Eat explores the charming and compelling stories of people from two of Australia’s most culturally rich and diverse regions of Australia: Hume in Victoria and South Western Sydney – where you can walk down the street and meet the world.
At its core, Meet+Eat is about celebrating diversity. Meet the truck drivers, musicians, comedians, teachers and grandmothers of these places. Over the series, you hear their stories of immigration, identity, personal challenges and personal victories.
Meet+Eat is an initiative of CuriousWorks, with the generous support of VicHealth, Scanlon Foundation, Arts NSW, Australia Council and Hume City Council’s Community Grants Program.
Rizzy is our debut independent Australian feature film.
The work has two outcomes. First, Rizzy will debut at Carriageworks in October 2014 as a live audiovisual artwork – Rizzy Maharajah’s 18th Birthday Party. Thereafter it will be sent to film festivals and have screenings as a feature film.
With thanks to Fairfield City Council and Powerhouse Youth Theatre for providing us with space for auditions.
The Rizzy audition team consisted of co-writer/directors Guido Gonzalez and S. Shakthidharan, Assistant Director Aimee Falzon, and a rotating crew made up of Shawn Spina, Dani Sitto, Andrea Beeten, Thomas Barrell and Nicholas Duque.
Photography by Dani Sitto and Andrea Beeten.
Made through our clients program.The Bring It On! Festival is an open-air music, sporting and arts festival showcasing young talent across Sydney.
The festival is organised by Fairfield City Council in partnership with young people and community organisations. The event has grown to be the biggest Youth Week event in NSW, and has won several awards.
It is a drug and alcohol free event celebrating National Youth Week.