The 2017 Unscene Film Festival was based around the theme “The Future of Cinema”. While the competition this year was fierce, the top prize was ultimately awarded to Samuel Kidd for his film Reunion.
Second prize was taken out by Molly Daniels and Ryan Zorzut for 'Build a Film'.
Third prize was awarded to Kyron Gray and Steven Santillan for their film 'Girl in the Machine'.
Created by: Sam Kidd
Bio: Created by a hard working group of young whipper snappers who simply wish to leave their print on the film industry. Cheerio!
Synopsis: Cinema is hesitantly attending his 10 year reunion. Is the future for this medium really as bleak as everyone thinks?
Created by: Molly Daniels and Ryan Zorzu
Bio: Molly Daniels and Ryan Zorzut are best friends and two thirds of production company Yung Victoria. They were delighted to a) make a movie about movies and b) fill the cast and crew with their talented friends.
Synopsis: In the year 2038, streaming services and the demand for content has culminated in Build-a-Film, an app that lets you create a unique film by combining two genres.
Created by: Kyron Gray and Steven Santillan
Bio: Steven Santillan and Kyron Gray are Brisbane based filmmakers who have a flair for making comedy and action films. Kyron and Steven have a passion for film making and plan to continue pursuing the craft to ensure their love of storytelling continues. Slapshot Films is a local Brisbane based film production company created in 2011. Their aim is to develop studio into a film and television production company with both local and international reach.
Synopsis: Holographic TV's are the Future of Cinema and offer the most immersive movie experience ever. Aiden and Susie get more than they bargained for when the marketing hype gets a little too real.