The Orchestra: 100+ Festivals & 37 Awards!

Friday, February 15th, 2019

“The Orchestra” has now screened at over 100 festivals worldwide and won 37 Awards! For all announcements visit our website: www.theorchestrashortfilm.com and follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/theorchestrashortfilm

Amazing Festival Run!

Friday, February 15th, 2019

Wow! We’re having a pretty amazing festival run – we’ve won 30 awards, honours & distinctions so far! Most recently we won Best International Animated Short at the 2016 Animation Chico International film festival (USA) in December 2016.

We’ve screened at some great festivals like the BFI London Film Festival (UK), the Warsaw Film Festival (Poland) and the Hamptons International Film Festival (USA), Tribeca Film Festival (USA), Animatricks Animation Festival (Helsinki), Palm Springs International ShortFest (USA), Sitges Internacional Cinema de Fantastique (Spain), Santa Barbara International Film Festival (USA), Golden Kuker-Sofia International Animation Film Festival (Bulgaria), Aspen Shortsfest (USA) and Flickerfest International Short Film Festival (Australia) to name just a few.


The Orchestra to premiere at the Sydney Film Festival

Friday, May 22nd, 2015

Director Mikey Hill and I are thrilled to announce that our Screen Australia funded short animated film The Orchestra will have its world premiere screening at the Sydney Film Festival on 13th & 14th June as part of the Dendy Awards.image

Announcing…. The Orchestra

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

After much hard work by a dedicated and talented crew, director Mikey Hill and I are so proud to announce that our animated film is ready to be introduced to the world!

Stay tuned for festival screening dates, updates, behind-the-scenes clips, and other fancy announcements via FB page facebook.com/theorchestrashortfilm or dedicated website theorchestrashortfilm.com

Polo’s Robot screening at White Night Melbourne

Thursday, February 20th, 2014

From 7pm this Saturday 22nd February 2014 Polo’s Robot will be screening at the Southgate Cinema as part of White Night Melbourne. All the shorts showing are from the Made in Melbourne Film Festival vault. No bookings necessary and it’s free!