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Stills from the set of the First short film I directed. Thanks to Mateusz Subieta, Binu Basheer, Matt Harris, Hayley Kendall, James Hasler-Bail, Varsha Mehra, Briony Luschwitz, Elise Coulston and Ella Bennet
Steep on the learning curve. DOP and Director on set discussions. Princess and the Fairy.
On set of the first film I “directed” - The 6 minute shot film known to break all at IFSS. Still ironing out the delineation of roles.
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen’s, You are cordially invited to check out Annaliese Szota recently launched website. She’s pretty tops in my book. She can sing and dance and sing a bit more and pretty good at brightening up your day from the inside out. Her song Happy People was featured in a big way on my six minute short way back at the beginning of Film School. If you like her music theres a few live gigs coming your way. See the website for details. www.annalieseszota.com
A short clip of Kaurna Cronin and friends busking in Byron Bay in the summer of 2012. Kaurna can be heard on triple J unearthed . Currently recording a new EP at Studio 301 in Byron. Kaurna`s nu-folk arrangement ‘Another Day’ appears in for my Short ’ Decisions’.
Lifetime for a Butterfly - Written and Performed by Jezzabell Doran. The clip was shot at the end of day three of shooting for my short Fidelity. The lyrics written when Bell was in her mid teens perfectly complemented story of the main character Sophia having made all the right decisions that society has said are important yet approaching 30, single and unsatisfied with life. At a crossroads she has decisions to make.
Trailer for Tag Champs
Written and Directed by Bucky Logoifiti.
A homeless boy John, dreams to attend an upcoming wrestling main event, featuring many of his favourite wrestlers.
He sells all his favourite wrestling action figures to buy a ticket. There he befriends Harry, a young dying boy, whose own ticket was taken from the Bullies. John helps Harry to defeat the evil Bullies to win back his ticket and both attend The Main Event.
They are the Tag Champs.
Shot on the Red One MX
John - John Logoifiti
Harry - Joseph Logoifiti
Junior - Junior Logoifiti
Mark - Mark Tupua
The Ref - Binu Basheer
Reporter - Jasmine Logoifiti
Buyer - Timothy May
Clown - Joseph Logoifiti
Producer/First AD - Lee Tolley
Cinematographer - Uiva Logoifiti
Sound Recordist - Timothy May
Camera Assistant/Grip - Binu Basheer
Continuity - Varsha Mehra
Grip - Daniel Saboune
A still taken from the Search for Samoa. Written and directed by Uiva Logoifiti, cinematography by Bucky Logoifiti. I co-produced.
Stills taken from my Short ‘Decisions’ I wrote and directed that has been selected to play at the Ritz Randwick, Sydney on the 18th of October.
Cinematography by Bucky Logoifiti
My Short ‘Decisions’ has been selected for the IFSS screening night at the Ritz Randwick. If your in Sydney its a night sponsored by the school to showcase 8 films selected by a panel of the the tutors. If your in the n’hood you can get your tickets via the address on the poster.
Teaser for the Search for Samoa - Written and Directed by Uiva Logoifiti. I co-produced. Currently finalising post production ready for entry into film festivals.
Ioane and Iosefa, spurred on my the memory of their dead mother continue their search for the way back to the land of their ancestors. Picking up from the short, Farm Boys the boys have run away from their fathers home he has made with his new wife to Search for the way back home. Guidance from an old man helping them to reclaim a stolen cross from two boys they encounter along the way leads to an encounter that changes the boys perspective on friendship.
A Dragonfly is able to register around 300 individual static images per second giving her an advantage in perceiving motion. If you took a Dragonfly to the movies, she would see the film for what it really is; a slide show of photographs. Moving Pictures.
On Set - The Search for Samoa - Written and Directed by Uiva Logoifiti
On the set of ‘Black Nylon’ - Short Film Written and directed by Donna May Anderson.
On the day of his fathers funeral two lovers admit their unfaithfulness to one another with unforseen results.