Bus Stop Films has a diverse range of films exploring inclusion, diversity and much more. If you would like to screen one of our films, get in touch today!
Can You See Me, 2019
Ellen is a widowed mother and ‘has been’ news anchor. Her late husbands DMC DeLorean is the last symbol of the vibrant and creative lives they once lived. She is overlooking something very special. Her son is becoming a man. What will it take to awaken her from this benign desperate state? Will the entire city awake with her?
We Are One, 2019
‘We Are One’ is a short film based on a poem that uses interpretative dance to tell the story of a young woman whose innocence was taken away by a war, but who fought back against the odds to reclaim her dignity and heritage.
Not A Wallflower, 2019
Ben is a spritely young man with a bright future. Living with autism is of no consequence for Ben, except when it comes to his boss, and finding love. Will Ben bloom beyond the wallflower?
Breaking the Biz, 2019
Breaking the Biz is a documentary which tells the story of Australia’s foremost globally innovative, inclusive filmmaking organisation, Bus Stop Films and it’s mission to make the film industry inclusive of all people. The film follows the journey of Joni Campbell, a young woman with intellectual disability who enrols in Bus Stop’s accessible film studies program and undergoes the adventure making a short film with eleven of her peers with intellectual disability.
One Giant Leap, 2019
A space themed, inclusively made stop motion animation which premiered at Sydney’s Vivid festival in 2019. The film was shot at AFTRS and produced by students of our Accessible Film Studies Program with funding support from Cushman & Wakefield.
Ivy Music Clip, 2018
Check out this awesome film clip made by the students in our Australian Film Television and Radio School Accessible Film Studies Program for the song “IVY” by Sydney band Whitefield. Thank you to Foxtel for the use of your amazing studios to film in!!
A poetic, performative, experimental documentary that gives voice to people with lived experience of mental health issues. The Documentary explores how practicing gratitude can have a positive impact on mental health and assist in the journey of recovery after experiencing a complex mental health issue.
What the War Stole
In keeping with our philosophy of sustainable relationships and mentorships, ‘What the War Stole’ is a theatre project, and the result of continued collaboration between actor Mandela Mathia (from I Am Emmanuel) and Genevieve Clay-Smith.
Work Mate is an innovative short-film initiative, commissioned by Australia Post to be used as a Disability Awareness Training resource within Australia Post. The program was funded by The National Disability Employment Initiative (NDEI) administered by Workfocus Australia.