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Stalled (2006)

Written & Directed by:
Stuart Moulds
Produced by:
Scott Alexander
Starring:
Simon Lyndon & Wayne Pearn


Abandoned by his partner and desperate, a hapless crook prepares for an armed robbery in a shopping mall public toilet.

Debut short by writer/director Stuart Moulds and producer Scott Alexander, which demonstrates how quickly life can take a turn for the worst.

Meter By Metre(2006)

Written & Directed by:
Stuart Moulds & Scott Alexander
Produced by:
Scott Alexander & Stuart Moulds
Starring:
Ian Dryden


In 2006, as part of the State Government's "Working For You" campaign, a documentary crew was employed to create short, positive profiles on real public servants.

The first of these profiles focused on a parking infringement officer, Beverly Vanderlinden.

After view the contained footage it was decided not to proceed with the campaign.

Lapse (2007)

Written & Directed by:
Scott Alexander
Produced by:
Stuart Moulds
Starring:
Val Lehman


An on-call agency cleaning lady loses her ID and becomes lost inside a high security institution. Things go from bad to worse when an overzealous security guard and a bureaucratic orderly can't verify her identity and refuse to let her leave. The tension builds to a violent climax.

Hunted (2009)

Written & Directed by:
Stuart Moulds
Produced by:
Scott Alexander
Starring:
Simon Lyndon & Tom McCathie


On the outskirts of a future Melbourne, Bud, a Department of Human Collection contractor hunts illegal citizens. When Zak is caught and taken back to his place of refuge things start to go wrong. Delays, forms, and more applications keep haunting Bud as he tries to process Zak and move on to the next job.

Celestial Avenue (2009)

Written & Directed by:
Colin & Cameron Cairns
Produced by:
Scott Alexander
Starring:
Angus Sampson, Catherine Moore & Jason Gann


Kath has been looking for love in all the wrong places. Then, she finds herself in Chinatown. In the middle of a less than successful blind date, she overhears the soulful Cantonese singing of kitchen-hand, Ah Gong. Kath is intrigued. But is there more to Ah Gong than meets the eye?