Iconic and Vintage Presents The National Treasures Series & Clip’D
Interviews – Photography – Short Films
The National Treasures Series celebrates Australian greatness through interviews, photography and short films. Launched by founder Zoë Porter in 2013 with an interview featuring the very beautiful & highly revered actor, director and charity ambassador Claudia Karvan, many stellar individuals from all walks of life, both in and out of the public eye have followed her lead in participating in this patriotic project ever since.
The National Treasures Series now celebrates greatness in Brighton, UK too.
Stay tuned for the first National Treasures Brighton interview and the next Clip’D short film coming soon.
Film – Art – Music – Theatre – Charity – Architecture – Fashion – Design – Food – Environment – Dance – Sculpture – Education – Books – Magazines – Documentary – Community – Health – Photography
Fashion Supplied By
Akira Isogawa – Carla Zampatti – General Pants – Ksubi – Ellery – Toni Maticevski – Andrew McDonald Shoemaker – Strand Hatters – M.J Bale
The National Treasures Series is archived at The National Library of Australia in Canberra.
With The National Treasures Series in mind, Clip’D was launched in June 2016.
Clip’D brings together Australia’s finest acting & songwriting talent, in short, narrated films telling stories of love, loss & everything in between.
This initial film series pays tribute to the wonderful words of Nick Cave (permission kindly granted).
The first short film in this tribute series is Supernaturally starring actor and narrator Ryan Corr and directed by Toby Burrows. Supernaturally was selected by Flickerfest International Film Festival in the running for Best Australian Short Film the same year as it’s release.
To view the full interview with Ryan Corr and view Supernaturally on Vimeo click here :::
The second short film in this Nick Cave tribute series is Midnight Man starring actor and narrator Hunter Page-Lochard and directed by Toby Burrows. Midnight Man screened at Flickerfest’s 27th International Film Festival in January 2018 in Bondi, Sydney.
To read the full interview with Hunter and view the film on Vimeo click here ::
The third short film in this series is currently in the planning phase…stay tuned.
Many thanks to the Clip’D Publishing Patrons who assist in keeping this patriotic project going.
If you would like to become a patron and see your name in the credits of these films please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.