We don't need no Coal Monsters!

With just five hours until the deadline to enter the St Kilda Film Festival's I Love Live Music  – 60 Second Film Competition,
​David and Eve turned up to Scotty's place and pulled out the cameras. They filmed for about an hour, then while Scott got on with rehearsals,
the Cloudcatcher Media team sat on the verandah and cut this little clip – Great Scott! was uploaded with 17 minutes to spare.

Great Scott! was a top ten finalist in the comp!

'Thanks to David and Eve from
Cloudcatcher Media for being such superstars
​and making these two films about Hiromi Tango
​and her 'Art Magic: Remnant' project with us at
​Lismore Regional Gallery.'


– Kezia  Geddes, Curator Lismore Regional Gallery

This clip features multiple Golden Guitar winner Luke O'Shea and his father Rick who were arrested on the banks of the Namoi River on the day after Australia Day, 2015. 

Here's why…

Catch #7

Golden Guitar Winner

Luke O'Shea

Falls Festival Byron

'This Cloudcatcher film captures the plight of farming families on the Liverpool Plains.'

– Bob Brown

'I feel that it is a very powerful video that captures the essence of what we are fighting for…

I defy anyone (other than a coal head) to watch that video and not be moved into wanting to stop the mine, and that is what we wanted.'

– John Hamparsum, Breeza 

Muzz Drechsler and his friend Dubi have been on the ground
​trying to protect Leard State Forest in NSW Australia from being destroyed for over 1,000 days. But what has Dubi taught Muzz?

These two films commissioned by the Lismore Regional Gallery feature international artist Hiromi Tango