Maya brings home the honey at 2018 AEAF Awards!

Maya The Bee: The Honey Games picks up Silver at the 2018 AEAF Awards!

Maya The Bee: The Honey Games picks up Silver at the 2018 AEAF Awards!

Maya The Bee: The Honey Games picked up Silver in the Feature Film Animation category at the 2018 AEAF Awards. Congratulations to the whole hive! Working in story development and across the film throughout the production with a world class team was an incredible experience.

Wonderful to see our lil’ Maya soar!

Big congratulations to Producers Tracy Lenon , Brian Rosen and Thorsten Wegener, Directors Noel Cleary, Serg Delfino and Alexs Stadermann, and writer Fin Edquist.

John Cabrera (Writer/Director,  H+  USA), Katia Nizic (Producer,  Homecoming Queens, AUS), Enzo Tedeschi (Director/Producer, Event Zero &  Skinford , AUS), Tess Meyer (Co-Writer / Producer,  Skinford , AUS), Chris Thompson (Producer,  Patricia Moore , AUS)

John Cabrera (Writer/Director, H+ USA), Katia Nizic (Producer, Homecoming Queens,AUS), Enzo Tedeschi (Director/Producer, Event Zero & Skinford, AUS), Tess Meyer (Co-Writer / Producer, Skinford, AUS), Chris Thompson (Producer, Patricia Moore, AUS)

Skinford wins at MWF! On to NZ Webfest!

Massive thanks to Melbourne WebFest for having us this year, what a great community you guys have built!  Had a blast and was brilliant to share a spot on the Blockbuster Web series panel with a pack of talented creators

Mega congratulations to all our Skinford crew, to nominees Evan WhitesideKent Hau, Nik Kacevski, and Michael Lira, and to winners Carl Robertson and Kieran Fowler (who will be known as Kieran Flowers from now on) for taking home Best Cinematography!

Probably the best ruby ticket announcement ever made from Keith from the NZ Web Fest. "We are in New Zealand people of simple taste, so we couldn't go past nudity and blowing shit up! We look forward to playing Skinford of NZ audiences in November." The trans-tasman love is mutual Keith!


Skinford was nominated in two categories in the 2018 the Toronto Webfest, taking home Best Visual Effects! A massive congratulations to Evan Whiteside and to our fellow nominees.



Screen Producers Australia named Tess in their 2017 Ones To Watch program. Tess undertook a year long mentorship with Kettering Incident Showrunner Vicki Madden and attended workshops with leading industry practitioners in the lead up to pitching at the Screen Forever conference. 

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The very talented Michael Lira has been nominated for Best Theme at the 2017 APRA AMCOS Screen Music Awards! Michael was unable to attend so Skinford producers Tess, Enzo and Tom attended on his behalf.

Congratulations to all the phenominally tallented musicians nominated in this prestigious awards! 


Following the success of the multi award winning short film, which screened internationally at festivals the likes of Fantasia IFF, Berlin International Film Festival and Edinburgh Digital Festival, Remember, a long form pilot, is set to launch Australia's first VR series. Directors George Kacevski and Fred Simard caught up with Dov Kornits from Film Ink to discus the challenges and the possibilities of this new medium for cinematic narrative works. 

Remember is available to view in 360 on Lens Immersive

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a bold step into VR storytelling, borrowing the best bits from various narrative formats and creating something unique, engaging, and invigorating in the process
— Dov Kornits - Film Ink

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A fun romp through a stylishly and bloodily imagined underworld.
— Travis Johnson - Film Ink

A kind and and candid FilmInk Review of Skinford from Australian critic Travis Johnson.
-Kacevski and his screenwriting partner, Tess Meyer, know their limitations, and the more striking moments rely more on deft writing than a judicious application of red corn syrup – such as when Skinny, suspended upside down over a river where the rising tide will eventually drown him, is informed, “The moon is going to kill you, Skinny!”-


The Pale Moonlight is now available to stream on Dust, the first multi-platform destination to experience stunning visions of the future from filmmakers of tomorrow. Dust features the best sci-fi short films, series, and innovative content that cuts through the present to invite the future. 


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Tess teamed up with talented buddies to write and direct original online content that creates awareness and promotes the adoption of animals under the care of RSPCA NSW. Using a lo-fi approach and bringing their personalities to the forefront resulted in all featured animals finding their forever homes! 

Tess was interviewed about it on 2UE radio by Angela Catterns. 
Producer | Cinematographer - Debbie Steer
Voice Artist - Cam Ralph
Editor | Post - George Kacevski

Hey, come and meet our main man Dre! He has been at the shelter since August and is eager to move into a home of his own. Dre is a chilled out man. He isn't jumpy or over excited, he just goes with the flow.

25K Facebook views & 259 shares

Boomer has been adopted! Yippee! We're over the moon that our long-term resident has finally found his furever loving home :) There are still plenty of animals looking for their furever homes.

33K Facebook views & 622 shares

What do you want for Christmas? A new phone? A shiny new toy with all the bells and whistles? Or maybe a new bike? All our animals want for Christmas is a furever home of their very own.

15K Facebook views & 222 shares


The Pale moonlight took to the screen in it's World Premier at the 2014 Fantasia International Film Festival in a night of Aussie domination where it was programmed with the Spierig Brothers latest feature film Predestination.  

The short soon after headed to the sunny shores of California and screened at the TCL Chinese Theatres in Hollywood, among a bunch of brilliant short films as part of the Sci-Fi Showcase block at the HollyShorts Film Festival

The full short film  is now available to watch on BitPix, HollyShorts Film Festival's new streaming service, along with other great HollyShorts sci-fi/fantasy films at

TPM's USA premier at Hollyshorts Film Festival 2014

TPM's USA premier at Hollyshorts Film Festival 2014

A film noir science fiction mash up of dystopian fun!
— Muldoon - Aint It Cool News


Screen Anarchy review Simon De Bruyn has covered Mathilda's online release, just short of one year after it's international festival premier at Fantasia International Film Festival. 

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I’m hoping it’s not too long until we see a follow-up feature
— Simon De Bruyn


Mathilda was honoured at the 2012 Fantasia International Film Festival with the Silver Audience Award for Best Short Film. Mathilda's world premier at the festival was programmed with William Friedkin's Killer Joe. Writer and Producer Tess Meyer was there to represent. 

Mathilda has gone on to screen at the Cockatoo Island Film Festival, and Monster Fest, and was featured as part of Ain't it Cool News's Saturday Shorts