First, just to be clear, the title of this post rhymes. Australians pronounce “Brisbane” to rhyme with ten, or just swallow the last vowel altogether: BRIZ-b’n.
The screenplay Ginny Has a Grunge Band recently received a Top Ten Award from the Colortape International Film Festival, one of the largest events in the Asia-Pacific region.
Note to Ginny: Good onya! Bonzer! You, Viv, Marten, and Koos were just too right this time around.
A new collection featuring the following short short stories: “The Werewolf Who Found Inner Peace,” “The Witch Who Took a Look at Herself,” “The Hideous, Many-Tentacled Relationship,” “Jonathan’s Smart Suit,” “The Princess Who Learned All-is-One,” “Two Boys Who Amounted to Nothing,” “Don’t Bother Me, I’m Working,” “Ordering Off the Menu,” “The Giant Who Practiced Kinhin,” “A Black Hole the Size of a Pea,” “Master of All,” and “The Old Man Who Lived in the Now.”
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Master Moon was the winner of the Silver Award for Best Short Film Script at the June online edition of the Mindfield Film Festival. See: http://www.mindfieldfilmfest.com/winners.html