Twin Filament is a visual poem brought to life by Benjamin Bellette and Lena Matienko, a dynamic Cinematographer and Composing duo.
This short film invites the audience on a journey into a world of intrigue and introspection, as it prompts us to delve into the inner radiance within us.
The creation of this film was a collaborative effort, and we extend our gratitude to everyone who made it possible. Our talented cast, Paige Gibson and Rachael May, brought the story to life with their captivating performances as the dancing twins. The team also included talented professionals such as Serena Yu, our choreographer, and Eli Challenger, who served as the First Assistant Director. Finally, we would like to thank Natalie Verriest for her exceptional direction, which allowed for the full expression of creativity and showcased the performance in a remarkable light.
I'm Good OST
After a career-ending injury, an ex-Rugby star meets an eccentric angel who thrusts him into an outlandish and confronting journey that changes him forever. Sprinkled with dark humour, the story is an enthralling portrait of courageous honesty and self-acceptance.
The project is supported by Mental Wheels Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation focused on changing lives by improving Mental Health in Australia.
Executive Producers: Clinton Hill, Gareth Pike.
Producer: Nalina Okey, Talin Agon
‘Nebulae’ brings together Lena’s captivating piano playing with Fransoafran‘s atmospheric orchestral strings to create a haunting and eerie piece that stands on the edge of a mysterious and grand soundtrack.
Surviving the trials of 2020-21, we persevered and came out stronger. Kudos to the talented team behind the film, ‘Reunion’.
Reunion follows a lovesick young man who reunites with his oblivious long-distance boyfriend on a whirlwind summer holiday. His reality and expectations collide, and he must search for what he needs within himself. Fellow alumni Simon Croker stars in the film, alongside Zoran Jevtic, Ariadne Sgouros, and Sam Marques.
Embrace the beauty of nature with this piano composition inspired by the stunning aurora borealis.
Experience the magic with NASA‘s breathtaking footage.
A collaboration with Fransoafran, this cinematic piece for piano strings draws inspiration from our European and Russian roots.
Big thanks to Modern Classical X
Happy New Year
2019 ended on a black note in Australia. Fires raging across half the nation and ash falling from the sky. New Year was a time of hope and new beginnings. A chance to leave the horrors of the fires behind and embrace the prosperity of 2020.
Well, we all know how that went…
This song was written to embrace that fleeting feeling of hope that we all felt, before it all came crashing down…
Gabriela Visini for helping me write the lyrics
Sam Weiss for recording sax
Sean Carey for recording bass and mixing
This song was written in response to the shocking act of animal cruelty that occurred in Russia in 2015.
Juan Lopez for helping me write the lyrics
Steve Peach for the original production
Sean Carey for sound/remix
Andrey Khartzisov for the moving animation
Spring is the story of a shepherd girl and her dog, who face ancient spirits in order to continue the cycle of life. This poetic and visually stunning short film was written and directed by Andy Goralczyk, inspired by his childhood in the mountains of Germany.
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The Spring Open Movie is released under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license
An exquisite collection of enigmatic compositions featuring piano.