|East Coast Premiere|
|Winner: FOUNDERS CHOICE - OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE|
|Cast: ||Richard Stables, Vichika Loek|
|Crew: ||Producers: Lizzette Atkins, Dean O'Flaherty, Karsten Matern, Douglas Brooke, Jan-Philipp Jarke - Screenwriters: Greg Blakey
Lonely and isolated in Australia, Simon, a middle aged man travels to Cambodia searching for love. Once there, Simon begins a fragile self exploration as he is confronted by his sexual desire against his need for love.
Greg Blakey (Melbourne, Australia) is an award winning filmmaker and artist working across photo, media art and film. Through a radically diverse approach that is nevertheless inscribed in the contemporary socio-political debate, Blakey uses social references and concepts that are uniquely integrated into the composition of the work. Freelancing as a commercial filmmaker for over ten years, Blakey’s socially referential works demonstrate and highlight the universal lingering of a changing world. In this way, Blakey works at the intersection of art, cinematography and academia.
His debut film Wedgetail demonstrate how life extends beyond its own subjective limits and often tells a story about the affects of internal struggle and existential unrest. Blakey has appeared in the international film circuits including the New York City International Film Festival among others. Blakey is in post-production for his feature length film Wedgetail,in collaboration with Jan-Philip Jarke and Maurice Taube.
Greg Blakey is currently based in Berlin, Germany.