Dylan River is an filmmaker from Alice Springs, Australia. He grew up in a creative family filled with numerous filmmakers and from an early age thought filmmaking was boring and not for him! He couldn’t have been more wrong. In 2013, his debut documentary "Buckskin", won the Foxtel Documentary Prize at the 60th annual Sydney Film Festival, followed by its airdate on ABC. In 2015, Dylan's first short film "Nulla Nulla" was selected as part of the Berlin International Film Festival. Dylan currently has been working on numerous solo projects and television series'. His work as a cinematographer fills most of his time, and is still motivated to staying behind the camera. Telling stories close to home, combining life and work as one.
Films & Séries
Filmmaker Warwick Thornton's international success has come at a personal cost. He has reached a crossroad in his life and something has to change. He has chosen to try giving up life in the fast lane...
Sam Kelly est un aborigène d'âge moyen qui travaille avec un bon prédicateur. Après qu'un bullyer arrive en ville et Kelly le tue en légitime défense, lui et sa femme partent en fuite, alors qu'un gro...
Finke: There & Back
The iconic Finke Desert Race, the largest off-road motorsport event in the southern hemisphere and Australia's fastest, deadliest, toughest and certainly dustiest race. Filmed over three years, Finke ...
An Old Fella teaches a Young Fella there are more ways than one to heal the spirit.
A pioneer of indie music, Sarah Blasko walks the line between commercial success and artistic integrity with dignity. Narrated by Sarah herself, this film is an intimate portrait of the artist as she ...
We Don't Need a Map
Filmmaker Warwick Thornton investigates our relationship to the Southern Cross, in this fun and thought provoking ride through Australia's cultural and political landscape.
Tom E Lewis knows he must die with all of his Songs. After years of haunting silence, he returns to his Grandmothers’ country to seek the permission of the Jungayi (Lawmen) to learn Thumbul corroboree...
Coat of Arms
A Japanese tourist enjoying a relaxed car journey through the beauty and tranquility of the Australian desert collides with a violent moment in time. The bloodthirsty battle is over as quickly as it b...
They were Australia’s bad days. Men killed other men and laughed. All that was left for the children of the dead was to remember. If they had the strength.
Fresh out of the academy, White Cop experiences his first taste of Aboriginal community life, as Black Cop puts him to the test.
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