Client / City of Port Phillip
St Kilda Film Festival 2013
Our campaign for Australia’s leading short film festival this year took another unexpected direction. The creative freedom we have always enjoyed continued. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the festival we focussed on what makes it unique. The outcome was weird, wonderful and iconic. As usual our abstract and unconventional take on film, celebrates the film maker visionaries, and their imagination.
National Tour Collateral
St Kilda Film Festival 2011
In 2011 the festival moved back to its roots at the Astor Theatre in St Kilda. Our fourth film festival campaign was inspired by the historic Art Deco icon and vintage film posters from various eras.
St Kilda Film Festival 2010
In 2010 our hero is a dark and moody creature of the night. The cheeky bat embodies a touch of film genre. Other nocturnal creatures cameo throughout the campaign collateral.
St Kilda Film Festival 2009
In 2009 we set out to integrate the brand into an urban environment. With an objective to challenge the expectations of our audience, we created a surreal landscape of visual wonder. Strange worlds were projected onto gritty St Kilda street scapes. The campaign embraced a dreamlike state and set the scene for a dynamic film festival.
St Kilda Film Festival 2008
Our first festival campaign design brought with it a challenging brief. To commemorate the 25th year, we were asked to incorporate all 24 previous posters. By crafting a mosaic of cleverly cropped sections of each historic poster, we created a powerful festival image. Our flexible visual solution allowed each application to be different and unique.