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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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The anniversary of my amputation :-)

The anniversary of my amputation 🙂

This year, the 12th of October marked the six year anniversary of having my leg amputated. Thinking back now, it’s kind of weird that I never used to be able to detach a body part, but after 18 operations over the course of 14 years, a few million hospital...

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How To Write A Script Scene: A Five Point Checklist

How To Write A Script Scene: A Five Point Checklist

A common fault of screenplays written by aspiring screenwriters is that the scenes appear to occur randomly. However, each scene should lead naturally on to the next — falling like a domino from the first to the last as the protagonist traverses the story.This...

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Nathan Basha at Byron Bay International Film Festival!

Nathan Basha at Byron Bay International Film Festival!

Starting in 2006, the Byron Bay International Film Festival has become the largest regional festival in the country, supporting emerging and independent talent within Australia and around the world. Celebrating its tenth year in October 2016, BBFF delivered their most...

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Rawley at Panavision!

Rawley at Panavision!

Hi my name is Rawley and I did some work experience at Panavision for four weeks in August. While I was there, I had the opportunity to work with Panavision’s Technical Marketing Executive,  Andrew Collier. I travelled to a film location with Andrew to deliver a...

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Sarah: Program Manager and Bus Stop Films Advocate

Sarah: Program Manager and Bus Stop Films Advocate

Sarah’s been with Bus Stop Film’s since the early days – first as a classroom support worker, now as our program manager and tutor of the AFTRS supported Film Club! She’s an irreplaceable member of the Bus Stop’s small team; without her talents, knowledge and...

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Introducing our Ambassadors, Abby Earl and Nathan Basha!

Introducing our Ambassadors, Abby Earl and Nathan Basha!

Bus Stop Films (BSF) is excited to welcome Abby Earl, star of Channel 7’s ‘A Place to Call Home’, and Nathan Basha, international speaker and award winning disability employment advocate, into the roles of ambassadors for Bus Stop Films. Together they bring with them...

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‘Gratus’ for the Memories

‘Gratus’ for the Memories

Excitingly in April, Bus Stop Films rolled out a 10 week documentary studies program involving 9 individuals who are on a path to recovery following a diagnosis of mental illness. Funded by 3 Bridges Community through their Partners in Recovery (PIR) program, students...

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