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Gympie “Heart of Gold” Film Festival with Jahmia

Gympie “Heart of Gold” Film Festival with Jahmia

In 2015 Bus Stop Films set out to produce it’s largest project to date… Kill Off! The film gave 12 students living with an intellectual disability the opportunity to learn about filmmaking through weekly workshops and mentorships with professional crew from the film...

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Mel Visits Melbourne Documentary Film Festival!

Mel Visits Melbourne Documentary Film Festival!

What Was The Whole Experience Like?It was very exciting and I felt very proud too. When I first started doing the course, I was like, ‘I hope this isn’t a waste of time!’ I wasn’t full of optimism. I thought it would be at the very least, something to talk about with...

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Inclusive Filmmaking with comedy group Number One Friembs!

Inclusive Filmmaking with comedy group Number One Friembs!

From Rawley, Hi, my name is Rawley Reynolds and I am a student at Bus Stop Films. In May I had the opportunity to work  and be involved on a film set for an ABC/Screen Australia funded Fresh Blood comedy called ‘The Lost Tapes’. Rawley slating up a storm on the set of...

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Kill Off at St Kilda!

Kill Off at St Kilda!

Hi, my name is Christine Blanch and I am a student at Bus Stop Films.In May I had the opportunity to attend the St Kilda Film Festival as a representative of Bus Stop Films. Out of thousands of entries, our film Kill Off was chosen by the Festival as one of the Top...

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Not Far-To-Go

Not Far-To-Go

REFLECTIONS ON THE FARGO FILM FESTIVAL AND MY MENTAL HEALTH EVENT.Little did I realise that the words from my poem in our short film “Gratus”- “step-by-step, moment by moment” would become a reality on film.When I embarked on the inclusive filmmaking course developed...

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Gratus to Fargo!

Gratus to Fargo!

Where to begin? The last 12 months have been an extraordinary journey starting with the Bus Stop Films’ inclusive documentary studies program which was delivered at 3 Bridges Community. The program was aimed at helping people in recovery from mental health issues and...

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A selection of magical moments from 2016!

A selection of magical moments from 2016!

We can’t believe that 2016 is drawing to a close, it has been our biggest year EVER and there are so many highlights! To celebrate, we thought we would reflect on and share with you some of our proudest moments from the last 12 months.We Brought Jamie Brewer To Town...

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Yesterday, today, Temora

Yesterday, today, Temora

On Friday the 28th October 2016, the 6th Golden Plains Dramatic Minds Festival was held in the form of a film festival and art exhibition, with films made by local high school students from across regional NSW on the topic mental health and illness.It was an honour...

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