Welcome to hartflicker.com

hartflicker is an energetic Australian-based video and film production company founded and run by Phoebe Hart.

hartflicker is the crafter of provocative, socially aware documentaries, factual television and video productions for the small and big screen. With courageous intent, hartflicker distributes these media products to local, national and international markets.

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What’s New

5/12/14: Filmed in front of a live studio audience Save Your Life Tonight is a unique new series that takes the top 10 health issues facing Australians today and explores them in an interactive and entertaining way... hartflicker served as an associate producer on this Wildbear Entertainment production for ABCTV - and the series starts on Sunday, 14th of December @ 6.30pm.

20/4/14: I'm in Frankie Magazine!

Frankie

20/12/13: Seasons Greetings from hartflicker. And what a year it's been! Orchids: My Intersex Adventure continues to gain attention three years after completion. This year it was broadcast in North America, France, Germany and Poland. We've got some great new projects releasing in 2014. Watch this space!

1/12/13: This summer, check out the Lost Creatures exhibition at the Queensland Museum. In collaboration with Pip Kelly, hartflicker has crafted a number of informative films about the drama of Lark Quarry and the dinosaurs that roamed western Queensland millions of years ago.

 

27/11/13: hartflicker, presenting tonight at the Brisbane Independent Documentary Group. Groovy!

22/11/13: It's been gruelling but hartflicker has just wrapped on a brand new factual entertainment series on medicine - Save Your Life Tonight - for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and WildFury Productions. The series will go to air in 2014.

13/7/13: Congratulations to the Queensland Music Festival for breaking the world record for largest orchestra - 7223 musicians in total! hartflicker was there covering the QMF with Vizible Entertainment.

12/6/13: Our short documentary Lost for Words was presented to participants of the Aphasia LIFT at the University of Queensland today and received an outstanding great response. The film focuses on a program to rehabilitate people who may have suffered a stroke and lost one our most human traits: the ability to communicate.

16/4/13: Handbag: Three Generations of Fag Hag is a documentary about the iconic friendship between gay men and straight women, told though three generations of "fag hags". We have a crowd funding campaign, and we need $5,000 more to reach our target. If we don't raise the rest of the money we need, we don't get a single cent. And we only have 25 days left to get it!! To contribute financially to our movie, just visit Pozible and make your contribution via credit card of PayPal. We accept donations in every currency, as little as $1 will do.

10/4/13: We're looking for support for this fantastic new project - Thomas Banks: Quest for Love. Thomas Banks is a young, gay playwright with cerebral palsy who is on a quest to find true love.

14/1/13: Editing video installations for Queensland Museum's "What Do You Collect?" exhibition. See some excerpts online - Graham from the Carina Men's Shed and Tigerlil, who collects religious iconography. Watch the whole documentary at Queensland Museum from March 2013.

18/10/12: Today, Phoebe travels to Colombia, MO USA to present Orchids: My Intersex Adventure at the 2012 Citizen Jane Film Festival. The film continues to be invited to festivals around the world, and hartflicker is always eager for Orchids to find new audiences. Follow the its progress by liking the Orchids Facebook page.

1/10/12: Phoebe presents a conversation around filmmaking and intersex as Robson Fellow at Ormond College, University of Melbourne.

16/8/12: Phoebe hosts the 'the reading hour: love, lust and loathing'. After hours at State Library of Queensland gets risqué! Warm up this winter with a night of intimate readings from some of Brisbane's most amorous authors as they share their tales of love gained, love lost and those you love to hate. A National Year of Reading event. Saturday 25 August, 7.30pm - 9:00pm, The Red Box, Level 2, State Library of Queensland.

3/7/12: hartflicker goes classical producing clips for Exaudi Australis and the Australian Vocal Arts Ensemble.

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