Join some of the filmmakers and musicians behind 20 of the hottest music videos submitted to this year’s festival at a special screening at one of Byron’s iconic venues, the freshly revamped Byron Bay Brewery.
Grace is stranded alone in the apocalypse struggling to survive and keep her humanity at the same time.
A man escapes the imprisonment of insanity due to not finding love and tortured by a malevolent nurse until he escapes.
A witch flees from the peril that surrounds her. A tale about a bleak witch hunt, in colonial Tasmania. A paint on glass animated music video
A Soviet soldier happens upon an abandoned piano in the woods and finds a moment of peace amidst the chaos of war.
A stop motion animated performance by the legendary Sock Dragon. The reason you can never find the other sock.
A jaded Japanese businessman moonlights as an electric organ-player at an American-themed bar in Tokyo. In the bar’s industrial kitchen, a petite chef prepares miniature meals with great precision.
One man tries to return to the daily grind whilst dealing with deep loss and grief. How can he make them wheels roll when his world is on fire?
A young, heart broken man is saved by a song's power to make him dance and he does everything he can to do the same for the person who unknowingly, introduced the song to him before hearing it herself.
Filmed in Brisbane for 80's psychedelic rock icons 'The Church', the video sees a host of characters cling to a crumbling structure.
In April 2015, Desert Pea Media was invited to deliver a two-week community engagement/song writing project with the community of Maningrida, NT.
Mockery of modern VFX. A music video that steps outside of itself and kicks itself in the proverbial groin over and over again.