Director, Co-Writer, Editor


Dylan Murphy is a screenwriter, director, musician, and actor that has been independently and collaboratively producing content for over a decade.


In 2016 he completed a Bachelor of Creative Writing at RMIT, and has co-written and directed several award winning musicals  and films. 

He is passionate about creating work that is bold in both scope and style, as well as unique in execution.

Co-Writer, Edmund

tom henry jones

Tom Henry Jones is a writer, actor and set builder from Melbourne’s West. He completed Bachelor of Creative Writing at RMIT in 2016 and has performed in multiple independent film and stage productions including Artefact Theatre’s The Importance of Being Earnest (2019) for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and Patalog Theatre’s production of The Pillowman (2018).


He has a keen interest in the synthesis of practical skills and creativity required to bring ideas to life.


michelle melky

Michelle Melky  is an enthusiastic producer who has spent the last three years creating content for the screen, radio and print. Michelle brings passion to all her work which has allowed her to produce online series Feedback, create and host two live radio shows for SYN Media, run operations at SAVAGE Film Services and freelance as a writer for Baked Goods Media all in the same year.


She is proud to be a middle eastern woman working in the film industry, and is excited about the growing diversity she sees happening in that space.

manou staedel-arnould

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Producer, 1st A.D.

Manou Staedel-Arnould is a Melbourne based filmmaker and photographer. In 2017 she completed an Advanced Diploma in Screen & Media at Footscray City Films, and has written and directed several award winning short films.


She has produced work for online publications Baked Goods and Lor Journal. She enjoys working collaboratively on film projects alongside a solo exploration of the world through her own imagery.

Director of Photography

Jackson has been working in the camera department for many years and has recently smashed through an Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media at Footscray City Films - with plenty to show for it.

Jackson is one to take advantage of all opportunities thrown his direction, and this has helped him to develop professionalism in his field.