We’ve All Been There: The Unexpected Kindness of Others

We’ve All Been There: The Unexpected Kindness of Others

We’ve All Been There is an acclaimed, inspiring short film directed by Australian filmmaker Nicholas Clifford, which just won top honors at Tropfest Australia 2013, the world’s biggest short-film festival. In the film, a struggling young waitress has to come up with $800 immediately or lose her house, while a flat tire leaves an older woman stranded in the middle of a desert. At the same time, an unemployed man desperately needs a job. All these stories are brought together as what goes around comes around and they impact each other in a way the three people could never have imagined.

We’ve All Been There: The Unexpected Kindness of Others

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The Maestro: An Off-Key Derelict Creates an Urban Symphony

The Maestro: An Off-Key Derelict Creates an Urban Symphony

The Maestro is an inspiring short film directed by Adam Anthony in collaboration with Third Generation Films, which was one of the winning films at 2011 Tropfest Australia. On unkind city streets an off-key homeless derelict liberates a window-washing squeegee, which empowers him to create a symphony out of the urban world around him. But when the orchestra becomes as big as the city itself, will The Maestro still be able to control his world of sound?

The Maestro: An Off-Key Derelict Creates an Urban Symphony

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