Talented. Passionate. Driven. Meet the finalists for this year’s $10,000 InStyle and Audi Style Scholarship.
Try doing it when you have a disability. One industry professional is helping marginalised people get in the frame – and tapping into a pool of creative talent along the way.
The first Australian film directed by people with disabilities, has been accepted into an Oscar qualifying film festival.
Heartbreak and Beauty is Australia’s first short film entirely written and performed by people with intellectual disability to screen at an Oscar qualifying film festival.
Heartbreak and Beauty is a new short film from Bus Stop Films, Co-founder and NSW Young Australian of the Year describes it as “an experimental film which boldly shares the experiences of students with disability through dance, poetry and visual metaphors.”