A Short Movement Film Imagined by a 5 Year Old Girl, Performed by a Dancer, and Captured by a Filmmaker in the Australian Outback

A Short Movement Film Imagined by a 5 Year Old Girl, Performed by a Dancer, and Captured by a Filmmaker in the Australian Outback


“What happens when a duo of situationists containing a filmmaker and a dancer go to the Australian Outback with no preconceived ideas and the goal of creating a short movement film?  A fantastic, tangential, epic moving adventure through the landscape via the mind of a 5 year old girl.”

About the Author

Edie Bloomfield has a very vivid imagination, she came up with much of the story and we came up with other parts that were necessary to keep it glued. But, because she’s accustom to many of the things and places that are in the story, she had names set out for them i.e the alien space bowls. We took the idea of a child at home in her scenery and imagination to realize this vision, but it’s very much Edie’s story – she is a family friend of the dancer that lives out there.

About the Filmmaker

Andrew Morgan is interested in storytelling across all mediums and platforms. Largely participating in film, his short works have been selected in notable festivals both in Australia & overseas. Also, terrestrially across MTV Italy and Canada, a lucid dreamer he’s inspired by absurd directors like Federico Fellini and playwrights like Samuel Beckett. He now works as a freelance director/cinematographer and shoots his own experimental and movement films after dropping out of the University of Miami film program after 5 semesters.

See more work at Prorevolution Films or on Facebook.

Other Contributors

Dancer: Andea Kannon Barrett

Music/Sound: Thomas Dodd

Other Recent Works by Andrew Morgan