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An Experimental Comedy | 90 minutes Writer/Director: Tim CarlierProducers: Tim Hodgson & Tim CarlierStarring: Manuel Ashman, Hebe Sayce & Lyn Pike


Short Film | 2021 Producers: Tim Hodgson & Tim CarlierDirector of Photography: Kadison NoackProduction Designer: Hannah SittersEditor: Veronica Buhagiar Winner Best Film 2021 – Australia Independent Film FestivalWinner Best Director 2021 – Dublin International Short Film and Music FestivalWinner Best Director 2022 – Vision Feast Film FestivalOfficial Selection 2022- FlickerfestOfficial Selection 2022 – St Kilda …


Short Film | 2020 Originally made for the 2020 Helpmann Academy Home Alone Film Fest. Made with help from my good friends Tim Hodgson, Hebe Sayce & Charles Alderson. We then made a few more episodes:

House of Spaghetti

What started as a group of friends making films for the Adelaide 48hr film competition has now become a co-working space, a fringe venue and more! You can see some of our short films and live performances below. Find out more about House of Spaghetti here: Adelaide Fringe For the Adelaide Fringe 2020, we presented …

Paco (Short Film)

Short Film | 2016Producer: Tim CarlierWriters: Rodney Van Der Wall & Tim Carlier Made for the 2016 OzAsia Festival as part of an experimental film screening, PACO is an exploration of Australian slang, Australia’s casual racism and filmmaking itself. In 2022 I adapted the concept into my debut feature film. Also called PACO.

Times of Zoe

Short Film | 2016Producer: Paul ForzaWriter: Tim CarlierDirector of Photography: Tamara HardmannEditor: Bryce KraehenbuehlProduction Designer: Alfonso Coronel Made at Flinders University during my honours year, Times of Zoe is a science fiction film where I experimented with a complex concept, a simple narrative and a very restrained style. It was an enormous effort from my …

Encounter Planet

Short Film | 2015Producers: Georgie Brown & Tim CarlierWriter: Tim CarlierDirector of Photography: Solomon Scopazzi Made at Flinders University as a collaboration between film students and digital media students, Encounter Planet was an attempt to create an Space Opera in the style of 1970s classics, Star Wars and Star Crash. This was done using a …