Award winning short films and TVCs


A 9 minute comic fable about the nature of love. Based on a true story.

Le Petit Chef - short horror

A short horror in the spirit of Roald Dahl.

Official Selection:

New York City Horror Film Festival - 2007
Shriekfest 2008
Fantasia - Canada, 2007
Mauvais Genre Film Festival - France, 2007
Sydney Underground Film Festival - 2007 - Encouragement Award
Newtown Film Festival - Australia, 2007 FINALIST

Wicked little Elouise just loves baking with her Mother for the local patisserie. But when Nasty Aunty B comes to look after her, things take a turn for the worse.

Midnight Screening - short horror

Official Selection:

Mauvais Genre Film Festival - FRANCE, 2008
2nd Place - Newtown Film Fest - AUSTRALIA, 2007
Shriekfest Film Festival - L.A , USA, 2007
Rhode Island Intll Horror FIlm Festival - USA , 2007
Melbourne Underground Film Fest - AUST, 2008

With special effects by ODD Studio, (the boys who made Darth Vader's Helmut for Ep 2), MIDNIGHT SCREENING has screened at festivals all over the world.

The bubbling faces and exploding heads are all in-front-of-camera effects (no CGI). Inspiration came to Annabel at the Sydney Film Festival, when, trying to get a good view of the screen, incredibly tall people kept being drawn to the seat right in front of her.

No matter how many times she moved, it kept happening. Eventually she started fantasising about blowing all their heads off.... and the result was MIDNIGHT SCREENING.

PIGGY - a short comic fable. Screened on SBS over three years.

Born with external haemorrhoids, Piggy suffers from low self-esteem, and cowardliness. When the evil Confucius kidnaps Mother Pig, Piggy must embrace his deformity, or risk losing his Mother forever.


Mitsubishi TVC

A short mockumentary starring international star Damon Herriman

Tropfest Finalist 2004
Australian Film Festival - London

CHIPMAN was one of 16 finalists in Tropfest 2004, the largest short film festival in the world, screening to a live audience of over 100,000 people in Sydney alone, and was judged by celebrities such as Salma Hayek. It has also screened at international festivals in London, Toronto and Singapore.

During the filming of the scene where CHIPMAN wanders off to the beach to lure the seagulls away from the picnickers, Annabel had no idea whether the birds would actually go for the giant moving chip. With 2 minutes of film left in the camera, things were quite tense as the crew watched and waited. The greedy nature of the birds did not disappoint, and the giant yellow chip was absolutely mobbed!