Filmography

GAIJIN:FISH OUT OF WATER

Directors:  Anabelle Munro, Huntly Munro

Screenwriters:  Anabelle Munro, Huntly Munro

Genre:  Psychological thriller, Short

Year: 2016

Awards: Best Visual Effects - Short (Creation IFF 2016)

Nominations: Best Horror Short Film (AOF 2016), Best Experimental Project (AOF 2016), Best Actress - Short: Anabelle Munro (Action on Film 2016)

 

After poisoning herself on fish offerings stolen from the Buddhas, a lonely Western traveler awakens cursed in a haunted bamboo forest, grossly disfigured and trapped in a labyrinth of nightmares. So begins her tense and mesmerizing journey through dark mystical realms and the surreal, timeless underbelly of modern Japan. Driven by a powerful Dubstep soundtrack, this chilling supernatural thriller is a tour-de-force of immersing storytelling.

BRUSH IT UP!

Director:  Anabelle Munro

Screenwriters:  Anabelle Munro

Genre:  Art, Instructional, TV (series)

Year:   2017

 

One part travel show, two parts art lesson, one part street cred, this vibey educational series stars LA's hippest painter and "art activist", Alex Schaeffer, doing what he does best! EPISODE ONE features Alex on his own home turf: downtown Los Angeles.

 

Get ready to go behind the artist's palette, with a guided tour through the fascinating process of creating portrait and landscape artworks in oil. 

THE BOY WHO CRIED FISH

Directors:  Dalia Musaad

Screenwriter:  Dalia Musaad

Genre:  Drama, Short

Year: 2016

Awards: Jury Award for Best Debut Filmmaker (Female Eye 2016), Grand Jury Award Honorable Mention (Dances with Films 2016), Award of Excellence (Indie Fest 2016)

Nominations: Best Young Performer Male - Short (Jacob Hopkins), Best Supporting Actress - Short (Breeda Wool) (Action on Film 2016)

The poignant story of Adam (Jacob Hopkins), a 10 year old boy with autism, his single mother Miranda (Breeda Wool), and the challenges the two of them face. One day Adam insists on wearing his mother's blue bra, an act that initially seems random but carries a deep message for her and the world. When she sees the famous "Blue Bra girl" of Tahrir square on TV, Miranda finally understands Adam's hidden turmoil, and sees to the heart of the violence in his life. 

INDIEBOOMERS

Directors:  Anabelle Munro, Huntly Munro

Screenwriters:  Anabelle Munro, Huntly Munro, Enea Nika

Genre:  Documentary

Year: 2017

 

This in depth documentary explores the impact of digital distribution on the filmed entertainment industry, specifically from the perspective of the indie filmmaker. Featuring original interviews with industry insiders across the Hollywood spectrum, the film seeks to identify the challenges and threats, but most importantly the opportunities for the current generation of "indieboomers". Produced in collaboration with UCLA Group G.

FINDING ALICE

Directors:  Debra Hopkins

Screenwriter:  Debra Hopkins, Anabelle Munro

Genre:  Drama, Short

Year: 2015

Awards: Best experimental film (merit), Best screenplay (merit) (Best Shorts 2014)

 

A girl (MTV Awkward's Jillian Rose Reed) suffocates within a corrupted tea party and industrialized world full of twisted mortar, metal, and steel, struggling with the vicious entities that dwell within. Her journey unlocks the key to finding the true meaning of who she is meant to be. 

Director:  Anabelle Munro

Screenwriter:  Anabelle Munro

Genre:  Drama, Vignette

Year: 2017

 

Four stories intertwine in a poetic journey through the four seasons of life. 

SEASON's MEETINGS
SKY TREE

Directors:  Anabelle Munro, Huntly Munro

Screenwriters:  Anabelle Munro, Huntly Munro

Genre:  Drama, Thriller, Short

Year: 2014

 

The further you travel, the longer your journey back home...A poetic meditation on death and the art of dying. A young woman, once carefree and beautiful, falls under the powerful and destructive spell of alcohol. As the addiction deepens, her life spirals out of control, but so does her attachment to it. Filmed on location in Japan, Washington DC and Los Angeles, Emily's journey paints an emotive portrait of loss and the ravages of addiction.

Director:  Anabelle Munro

Screenwriter:  Anabelle Munro

Genre:  Thriller​, Romance, Short

Year: 2014

 

A mediatation on mortality.

RADI
ON DRAGON'S WINGS

Directors:  Nelleke van Dijk

Screenwriters:  Nelleke van Dijk

Genre:  Drama, Family, Short

Year: 2013

 

Zachary, a 12-year old with autism, does everything he can to find his lost toy dragon. Without his favorite playmate, his stable world descends into chaos. Not having the words to communicate pushes him to find other ways to get through to his mother.

Director:  Daniel Pfander

Screenwriter:  Daniel Pfander, Alexander Pfander

Genre:  Crime, Drama, Family

Year: 2012

 

Two desperate brothers decide to rob their wealthy uncle, who is owned by the Nigerian mafia from Lagos. Starring Rolf Eden, Daniel Pfander and Boris Böhringer.

FINAL FAREWELL
END OF SOMETHING (ENDE VON ETWAS)

Directors:  Jonas Teitge

Screenwriters:  Judith Herrman

Genre:  Drama, Mystery, Short

Year: 2012

 

Sophie struggles to digest the bizarre and sad life and death of her grandmother.

Director:  Jan Tussing

Screenwriters:  Jan Tussing

Genre:  Comedy, Fantasy, Short

Year:   2014

 

Just because you are ugly does not mean you have to give up your values. When Betty gets a party invitation her life changes unexpectedly. The prince she is about to meet will teach her a lesson.

SKID ROYALTY
LE MOLOSSE

Directors:  Matthieu Spinazzola

Screenwriter:  Matthieu Spinazzola

Genre:  Horror, Mystery, Short

Year: 2012

 

In their search for ancient treasure, two brothers wake up an ancestral power that drives them to the point of craziness.

THE HOMECOMING

Director:  Jan Tussing

Screenwriter:  Jan Tussing

Genre:  Comedy, Family, Short

Year: 2013

 

Jonas, a gay Mormon student, spends his life avoiding conflict and running away from his problems. Until one day his pot smoking hippy friend Josh forces Jonas to face up to his fears, return to the family compound, and accept responsibility for his behavior. Visit acclaimed cinematographer Matthew Skala's site here for an interesting montage of the film and technical commentary.

 

 

VALET

Directors:  Jan Tussing

Screenwriter:  Jan Tussing

Genre:  Comedy, Short

Year: 2012

 

Valet man Henry tries to impress a beautiful woman with a borrowed set of keys. Little does he realize to whom the keys belong. A quirky beach-side romantic comedy from director Jan Tussing, Valet stars Huntly Munro in the role of Henry and Anabelle Munro as the object of his affections.

Director:  Anabelle Munro

Screenwriter:  Anabelle Munro

Genre:  Drama, Mystery, Short

Year: 2012

 

A heartfelt film about the touchy subject of abortion and about how the truth can set you free. Writer and director Anabelle Munro dedicated Strange Fruit to a boy who would have not been born without his mother's courage and her power to transform dark chapters of the past into a guiding light in the now.

The multi-talented Daniela Torchia not only stars as Mary, a role written for her, but is also the composer and singer of the film's beautiful original soundtrack. Lauren Annette Schoth debuts as Lucy in her first leading role. Their powerful performances underpin this moving, at times disturbing, yet ultimately life embracing film.

STRANGE FRUIT
PARIS, HIVER 2010

Directors:  David Fitt
Screenwriter:  David Fitt

Genre:  Drama, Short

Year: 2012

 

The melancholic existence of three people on a path of mutual destruction.

BLOSSOM GOES HOLLYWOOD

Director:  Jan Tussing

Screenwriters:  Jan Tussing

Genre:  Documentary, Comedy, Short

Year: 2011

 

Blossom, a (formerly) homeless pug, gets an extreme make-over in the hopes of attracting a family. The Yankee Clipper takes on the challenge of transforming little Blossom into a movie star.

WHITE CUT

Directors:  Jonas Teitge

Screenwriter:  Anabelle Munro

Genre:  Drama, Short

Year: 2008

Officially selected for the Short Film Corner, Cannes Film Festival 2008

 

Pharmacist Ana (Anabelle Munro) takes a big risk helping Rose (Alexandra Maining), a girl from the streets suffering from a serious medical condition. She soon realizes that she has created a dependency situation and finds herself trapped between two worlds.

THE MEETING

Director:  Daniela Torschia

Screenwriters:  Daniela Torschia

Genre:  Drama, Short

Year:  2010

The story of two sisters, Annie and Krista, who live in different countries and meet for the first time as adults. When Annie's German father dies, she discovers her birth certificate which reveals her mother's name, a name she does not recognize. This leads to the discovery of her sister in America. Starring Anabelle Munro as Annie and Christy Holy as her sister, Krista.

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