We’ve signed off on some great projects over the past few months but here are a couple that were a real pleasure to work on:

Drawing For Purpose – You might remember that back in May, we were among eight local filmmakers funded to produce a short film featuring artists with disabilities. Our film with inspiring Wagga Wagga illustrator, Stephen Williams is now on iView. You can watch it here:

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Hear them Roar – We also wrapped up the final showcase of some of the region’s best and brightest business women for Wagga Women in Business. The final videos in the current series were screened in October and we loved turning the spotlight on local architect Gioia Gianniotis of GPG Architecture and Design and FarmPay founder Naomi Stuart.

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Teaching city slickers To coincide with National Ag Day, we developed a video for the Department of Primary Industries (DPI) featuring Harry Perryman from Collingullie who now plays AFL with the GWS Giants. The video ran on social media as part of a broader DPI campaign. We travelled to Brookdale in Sydney to film the 18-year-old midfielder who grew up on a farm and is baffled that his city counterparts don’t know where their food comes from. Good on you Harry for helping to address this knowledge gap, and for being signed to the Giants until 2020.

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Alexis Neylan