April 12 2020
For Wind & Sky, as for many, it’s been a time of change as we adapt to the COVID-19 crisis.
The beginning of March 2020 was a very different landscape. It looked to be a bumper year for festival screenings as festivals around the world wanted to show our films.
Understandably, most of the festivals have now been cancelled or postponed in response to the public health crisis of the novel coronavirus.Read More
In March 2019 Wind & Sky Productions producer Lucinda Horrocks created a soundscape in collaboration with composer/performer George Williams and vocalist Sharon Turley.
Recorded, created and performed by women, ‘I Circle Around the Studio’ explores the multilayered experience of women as artists.Read More
Few Melbournians realise that the Mission to Seafarers, that odd-looking building with the dome and the bell tower at the Docklands end of Flinders Street, has a story reaching back to World War One and early 20th century Melbourne harbourside life.
A new documentary ‘Harbour Lights’ tells the story of a remarkable and forgotten group of women connected to the origins of that building.Read More
On Friday the 29th November 2019 a select audience joined us for the premiere screening of The Missing.
The typical Melbourne traffic chaos was countered by a beautiful spring day and the tranquil surroundings of the Melbourne Botanical Gardens and the Shrine of Remembrance.Read More
29 November 2019New short documentary celebrates volunteer heroes of the First World War and its aftermath.
A new film ‘The Missing’ celebrates two unsung Australian humanitarian efforts of WW1 – the Australian Red Cross Wounded and Missing Enquiry Bureau and post-war Australian Graves Workers.Read More
Wind & Sky Productions is delighted to announce that ‘Many Roads: Chinese on the Goldfields’ received a Highly Commended in the Communicating, Promoting and Celebrating Heritage Category in the 2019 Ballarat Heritage and Design Excellence Awards held in Ballarat on Friday the 24th May.Read More
22 May 2019
This month, the United Nations announced that nature is declining globally at rates unprecedented in human history, driven in part by climate change.
Evidence of this is crystal clear in Victoria, with a new online story called Collections and Climate Change showing how the Victorian Government has been taking steps to understand climate change impacts through Victoria’s cultural and scientific treasures.
The documentary film and gallery, now live on the Victorian Government Culture Victoria portal, explores how the information gathered and stored by Museums Victoria, Parks Victoria and the Royal Botanic Gardens gives insight into local climate related shifts in human, plant and animal life.Read More
The Wind & Sky Productions project Many Roads: Chinese on the Goldfields is a finalist in the 2019 Ballarat Design and Excellence Awards in the Communicating, Promoting and Celebrating Heritage category.
The awards are run by the City of Ballarat in collaboration with the National Trust (Vic) Ballarat branch, celebrate excellence in heritage and design in the Ballarat region. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on the 24 May 2019.Read More