Ant Ong and Australian Macadamia Nuts dazzle us with the beauty of the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales.
Client – Australian Macadamia Nuts
Producer – @HelenDoick
Photographer – @AntOng
Runner – Georgia Blake
Digital Wrangler – @FelipeNeves
Stylist – @AliGriffiths
HMU – Amanda Reardon
A film by Chi Chi Menendez and Paul van Kan
This poetic portrait celebrates iconic Australian LGBQT activist Norrie mAy-Welby. In this intimate conversation with the film makers, Norrie shares stories and personal insights that shed a unique light on the psyche of a non-binary identifying person. It is a tribute to Norrie’s heroic journey to personal freedom.
We are invited into Norrie’s home and to share in a unique world perspective, as Norrie recounts some of the personal hurdles and the difficulties overcome in forging a personal identity outside of the confines of binary language and societal conventions.
With so much of the contemporary discussions on gender being political, the film makers wanted to explore a more personal view of a non-binary person’s experience in the world, aiming to connect viewers with the human experience and opening up a dialogue for a more inclusive view of “otherness’
Norrie May-Welby is a Scottish Australian transgender person. Norrie was assigned male at birth and pursued the the legal status of being neither a man nor a woman,between 2010 and 2014.
In 2010 the NSW Government’s Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages issued a certificate that recognised May-Welby as gender ”not specified”. The Registry later rescinded its decision in a formal letter of cancellation.
Norrie mAy-Welby filed a complaint with the Australian Human Rights Commission and a four year legal battle ensued. In 2014 the Supreme Court ruled in Norrie’s favour. Norrie became the world’s first legally recognised genderless person. As a result, Australia was the first western country in the world to legally recognise a nonspecific gender status.
Music by †he Hain†ed
A film by Chi Chi Menendez & Paul van Kan.
We’ve been working with Glenn Urquhart recently. Sharing more of his back catalogue.
This promo is award winning and you can see why.
Director – Paul Butterworth
Creative Director – Glenn Urquhart
IPM recently worked with Petros Ktenas on the Kia Stinger Driving Experience fan day.
His personal project “Marilyn A Chilling Encounter” has recently received an Honourable Mention at this years 2019 MIFA.
No surprise really, the work is great.
Photographer – Petros Ktenas
Retouching – Petros Ktenas
Production Company – MFJ Productions
Talent – Sabrina Brandon
HMUA/Stylist – Sabrina Brandon
Assistant / Digi – Maikeru Nirvana Zhang
Vehicle Owner – Jye Calder
Andy Lewis has been working with Nudus to produce these great shots for Nudus Fruit Chips.
Photographer Andy Lewis
Designed/ Art Director Angela from @wearedepot
Packaging styled by David Morgan
Andy Lewis working with Head Chef Paul Wilson on Orpheus Island Lodge .
Creating magic on a plate.
We recently worked with Agency Hoyne to create a film and stills campaign for one of Australia’s Top Developers Winten Property and Frasers Property ( Developers of the iconic Central Park). The film was made with CGI animation and live action, shot on location and in studio.
Production Co – The Incredible Picture Machine
Producer – Helen Doick
Production Manager – Fiona Watson
Campaign – Macquarie Exchange
Client – Winten & Frasers
Agency – Hoyne
Director | DOP – Patrick Harris
Photographer – Adrian Cook
CD – Peter Georgiou
3d Artist – Ronaldo Lima
1st AC – Courtney Jones
Digi Wrangle – Oli Geier
Gaffer – Simon Walsh
Best Boy – Tobias Anderson
Art and Wardrobe – Ali Griffith
Hair and Makeup – Martin Bray
Post – The Editors and Oli Geier
Audio – Smith and Western
IPM’s mates stretch to many corners of the Film Content, Photography, Production, Creative and Advertising world, but one crew member who shines like a suave black blazered, Contax 3 using beacon, who shoots, AC’s, data wrangles, retouches and thinks with his “I’m so ahead of the game-tude” (it’s no wonder he works with all the top production co’s and photographers in town), is: Felipe Neves
, thank you for all your work and skills on our productions.
Photo credit: An un-narcissistic self portrait by Felipe Neves.
Ant Ong’s recent work with Tourism Vanuatu.
When you want to swap your ugg boots for thongs, discover Vanuatu.
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