Hi everyone. Thank you for joining us. I'm delighted to be chatting today about a film called, a short film, "Amissa Anima". Hard-hitting short film. Brilliantly made short film, actually. And I'm delighted to introduce to you Tatiana Doroshenko, she is the director and co-screenplay writer, I believe. We've got Katrina Mathers, who's a producer and Ellery Ryan was the DOP on this. Thank you very much for joining us and congratulations on this brilliant short film.
Thank you. I'll read the brief synopsis. "Four boys survive on the seedy nights of St Kilda's red-light district in Australia in the 1980s, based on true events". And in actual fact, Tatiana goes into great detail on FilmFreeway about... Well, actually Tatiana, if I could move on to you first, and just tell us a little bit about how you came to make this film, because this area, I didn't know about this area in Australia. Of course, I was ignorant to it, until I'd seen the film. And as I said, it's quite hard-hitting. But could you just give us an idea of what brought you to want to make this project and how it all happened? And then, perhaps we can bring Katrina in as well.
Yeah. I grew up in St Kilda. St Kilda's like our kind of.. it's the red-light district. It's also traditionally the holiday area in the city, by the beach...
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