We are delighted to announce ‘The Missing’ has won the ‘Best Short Documentary’ award at the recent Inspirational Film Festival held in Zurich.Read More
We are proud to announce that ‘The Missing’ has been nominated for several awards in the last few months at global film festival events.Read More
Exciting! Our short documentary ‘The Missing’ has been nominated for an award in the 2022 British Short Film Awards!Read More
We are proud to announce that the Wind & Sky Productions short documentary ‘The Missing’ is screening in Rijeka, Croatia as part of the 6th History Film Festival 13-17 September 2022.Read More
We are proud to announce that Wind & Sky’s film ‘The Missing’ has received an Honourable Mention in the Social Concerns film category at the 2022 GSF Awards – Global Short Film Awards in New York and Cannes.Read More
28 September 2021
The Wind & Sky Productions short documentary ‘Harbour Lights’ is part of the 2021 Melbourne Documentary Film Festival online!
The festival had originally planned to have in-cinema screenings this year but due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis in Victoria in July, August and September, the 2021 Melbourne Documentary Film Festival has converted to a virtual event screening online in October.
It is a lot of work behind the scenes to transfer an entire film festival to a virtual event and we send our thanks to the hard working Melbourne Documentary Film Festival team.Read More
3 December 2020
We are proud to announce that our short documentary The Missing is screening in the Veterans Film Festival 2020 Virtual Edition from November 30 – December 31.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