Short Films

Our short film program showcases WA filmmakers, including premieres of short films especially made for TEDxPerth. 
 
There are two ways to be involved. You can submit your short film (under 3 minutes) to film@tedxperth.org. And you can be part of TEDxPerth by joining us as a volunteer filmmaker: our curation team need filmmakers interested in turning some of our ideas worth spreading into short films. Read more about being part of our film program here. 

2018 Short Films

Countdowns - by Sky Pixels

Countdown Session 1

 

Countdown Session 2 

The Wire - by Barking Wolf

The human story of Morse code, told by Barry Field, Terry Keays, Ritchie Bright and Allan Jolley, the last gentlemen left from the West Australian Morsecodian Fraternity.   

3D Printing - by Madkids

Based in Perth and Los Angeles, Mad Kids is a digital, film and television production company founded by filmmakers Lauren Elliott, Henry Inglis and Matt Lovkis. DAFUQ? is their 6-part ABC iview original web series. View it HERE.

If A Face Is Unforgettable Then I Am Poetry - by Rory Moke, Carmen Smith and Rob Lines

For over a thousand years Ta Moko tattoos have represented genealogy, heritage and beauty and they continue to do so: In 2017 Rory Moke became a recipient of Moko Kanohi, the full facial Maori tattoo. This film was made especially for TEDxPerth The Age of Wonder.  

There’s No Such Thing As Waste - by Formidable Vegetable

Western Australia’s Formidable Vegetable are the world’s most triumphant experiment in ecological electro-funk-swing, busting out energetic, quirky mashups of speakeasy-style antique-beats with live ukulele, hyperactive horns and the principles of permaculture. 

The Age of Wonder Animation - by J Tracey Kim, Daniel Jackson, Sammy McSweeney

 

2017 Short Films

The Soldiers Of Barrack Street - by Rob Lines

The Museum of Perth’s project to identify hundreds of Great War soldiers was a process of sleuthing, historical research and remembrance. This film was made especially for TEDxPerth 2017. 

 

#PosterChallenge - by Kelwin Wong

What happens when you set yourself a daily task? Do you stick at it? Architect and graphic designer Kelwin Wong did, and he discovered something about himself, and something about the City he calls home.

  

Two Minute Silence - by Rob Lines

  

2015 Short Films

TEDxPerth Volunteers  - by Mason Fleming & Felicity Verdouw