David Hansen is nominated for an AWGIE award in the 'Short Form' category.
Slingshot wins the AFI | AACTA Social Shorts award in the Comedy category.
David wins 'Best Director' at Freshflix film festival. Slingshot wins 'Audience Choice'.
Slingshot wins 'Staff Choice Award' at St Kilda Film Festival.
Slingshot wins 'Fujifilm Best Australian Short Film' at Mudgee International Film Festival.
Kasippu is complete. Made with a rural community in Sri Lanka, this has been an exciting project for everyone involved. We'll keep you posted on screenings.
Slingshot wins 'Best Australian Short Film' (Academy Accredited®) at Flickerfest.
Slingshot wins 'Audience Award' at the Shorts That Are Not Pants festival in Toronto.
London calling. Slingshot plays at the BFI London Film Festival.
Slingshot plays at the Adelaide Film Festival.
Slingshot plays at the 2015 Raindance Film Festival.
Slingshot is announced in the 2015 Melbourne International Film Festival program.
The red carpet is rolled out as Slingshot premieres at the Sydney Film Festival. It is also nominated for The Event Cinemas Australian Short Screenplay
Slingshot, a short film made together with Truce Films, is officially accepted into the Sydney Film Festival. Screenings will be on 10 & 14 June at Dendy Opera Quays. Hope to see you there.
The first cut of Kasippu, our first feature length film, is previewed to a packed house in Sri Lanka. The atmosphere is electric. The response is overwhelmingly positive. Thanks to all involved. You are amazing.
The Perfect World and Truce Films have been working together on 'Slingshot', a short film for the festival circuit. Due for release in 2015.
Anija is screening at the 10th National Harm Reduction Conference in Baltimore, USA.
A fully animated Traffic Safety film is released. The film was made for the Anindilyakwa people of the Northern Territory.
The Perfect World team begin production on a feature film. Shot in regional Sri Lanka, the film explores the effect the illicit alcohol trade has on families.
Producer, Kylie Lee and Director, David Hansen visit Sri Lanka to talk about community-led film projects.
The Perfect World, together with Groote Eylandt & Bickerton Island Health Clinics and the University of Sydney, with the support of Anindilyakwa Land Council are finalists in the Australian National Preventive Health Agency's Translational Research category.
"Anija" screening at the 2013 'Drugs and Harm Reduction Film Festival' in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Producer, Kylie Lee and Director, David Hansen visit Nunavut (in the Arctic Circle, Canada) to talk about community-led film projects.
'Anija' wins ‘Best Indigenous Resource’ at the 2011 ATOM awards. Congratulations to The Perfect World team and everyone who helped out on the production.
Muriel Jaragba wins 'Health Worker of the Year' at the 2011 Deadly Awards. CONGRATULATIONS MURIEL!
The Perfect World is named as a finalist in the prestigious ATOM awards for 'Best Indigenous Resource'
2010 film, 'Anija' becomes finalist in the 'NT Administrator’s Primary Health Care Medal'
Muriel Jaragba is nominated as a finalist for 'Health Worker of the Year' at the 2011 Deadly Awards
The Perfect World is nominated along side Groote Eylandt Health Clinics; Dr Kylie Lee (University of Sydney) and Anindilyakwa Land Council for 'Outstanding Achievement in Health' at the 2011 Deadly Awards
The Perfect World is named as a finalist in the prestigious ATOM awards for its work in North East Arnhem Land.
The Perfect World is a finalist in the ‘Prevention’ category at the National Drug and Alcohol Awards for its collaboration with Groote Eylandt Health Clinics, Anindilyakwa Land Council and Sydney Uni. (That's top 3 in the country!)
'Coping with Stress and Grief' screens at the 'Drugs and Harm Reduction Film Festival' (Liverpool, UK)
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