Pray he’s out there somewhere…
Here at Apocalypse Films we’re big fans of all George Miller‘s work. The Mad Max movies, however, hold a special fondness; our company name might give you that idea.
The fascination with the apocalyptic soon-to-be quadrilogy, stems back to the late 70’s when Apocalypse Films director Andrew O’Keefe (at the ripe age of seven) was wriggling in the backseat of the family wagon stuck at a roadblock. Continue reading MAD MAX FEVER
The short film from director Siobhan Jackson, Donkey in a Lion’s Cage (producers: Andrew O’Keefe & Tuuli Forward) recently screened at the Sightlines Conference held at RMIT in Melbourne. The inaugural academic conference attracted filmmakers from all over the world. You can watch the trailer here.
We’re going to give away our first film for free. Are we crazy? or is it all about audience?
It’s been almost seven years since Apocalypse Films debut feature film, The Independent, hit the cinemas throughout Australia.
“The Independent is a rare gem in the Australian comedy landscape… an endearing and distinctly Australian look at politics with the most endearing protagonist” FilmInk Magazine
garnered excellent reviews
from some of Australia’s preeminent film critics and ran an extraordinary 6 weeks in some selected cinemas. The film is a collaboration between writer/director/editors Andrew O’Keefe and John Studley
It was also the first feature-length collaboration between Andrew O’Keefe and actor Lee Mason with the second, Crime & Punishment
, to be released later this year. A political satire that is “charming … poignant … but with a deeply cynical undercurrent
“, the film stays current and of the zeitgeist in the politically unstable times. Art mirrors life when an independent candidate finds himself responsible for the balance of power. You’ll soon be able to see the film right here – but until then, watch the trailer.
Now, we’ve decided to give the film away for free. For all those people who’ve wanted to see The Independent but couldn’t – or didn’t want to pay for the pleasure – the end is nigh. Stay tuned right here for more information.
Now available to watch online for free.
Written by Lee Mason and directed by Andrew O’Keefe.