‘My Brother Andy’ makes St Kilda Film Festival

Greg Hatton’s short film, My Brother Andy has made the finals of the St Kilda Film Festival.

Shot at The Bondi Pavilion theatre, Michael Chan, the brother of Bali 9 convicted drug trafficker Andrew Chan, speaks about the real Andrew and how he lives with a death sentence. A plea for mercy.

2012 / Digibeta / 7 MINS
Genre Documentary
Director Greg Hatton
Director of Photography Christian Willis
Producer Greg Hatton
Associate Producers Nick Bolton, Sam Atwell, Christie Hayes
Screenwriter Greg Hatton
Editor Nash Edgerton
Principal Cast Michael Chan, Andrew Chan, Julian McMahon, Myuran Sukumaran

Please sign the Mercy Campaign petition:

Andrew and Myuran, two young Australians, face execution in Indonesia. They have admitted trying to traffic drugs to Australia. They have exhausted their appeals. All that can save them is clemency from Indonesia’s President, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. We ask you to help in respectfully seeking clemency.
http://mercycampaign.org/
#mercycampaign

Bondi Dreaming Trailer is live

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Written and directed by Sam Atwell
Executive Producers: Sam Atwell and Nick Bolton
Produced by Nick Bolton
DOP: Rodrigo Vidal Dawson
Camera Assistant: Stu Heppell
Sound: Danny Corcoran
Gaffer: Dan Young
Make up: Monica Morales
Runner: Tim Burns
Photography: John Dunn
First AD: Steve Fanale
Sound design and music: Alon Ilsar
Editor: Anthony Beach

Cast in order of appearance

Greg Hatton
John McNeill
Kate Ritchie
Alexandra Parkes
Annie Byron

A big thank you to Nic Godoy at Panavision Australia – hire their awesome camera gear from Nic!

Shot in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney on Saturday 9th July on a Canon 5D