Sydney Film School

Sydney Film School (SFS) develops well-rounded filmmakers, courageous in their endeavours, curious and open to life's marvels. In 2014 students from 17 different countries attended SFS, taking the diversity to a total of 42 countries, extending the SFS community.

The Making of


Chris Sebastian Joys

Director - Author

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Chris passion for writing and photography merge in the art of film making. In India, he directed and produced documentaries for TV and web and worked as a Producer for Discovery Channel. He came to Sydney Film School to refine his love for storytelling and his previous film "Kalon" won an audience award for best film at the 21st Sydney Film School Festival.

Quais Waseeq

Director of Photography

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He is a Sydney based cinematographer. Since enrolling in Sydney Film School in 2012, he has shot more than 15 short films and music videos, and has worked as a cinematographer on a few feature films. During Sydney Film School's 21st festival in December 2014, Quais received the Best Cinematography award, and his short film was awarded Best Thesis.

Raphael Palencia

Producer - Editor

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Born and raised in the Philippines, he began filmmaking in 2010 by writing, producing, directing and editing a short film, "The Innocent", that earned him a spot in a country-wide search for young film talent. He produced two short films and edited five others and was awarded Best Editor at the 21st Sydney Film School Festival.

Victoria Allen

Production Designer

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She graduated from Sydney Film School in 2014. Prior to studying at the Film School she gained a Bachelor of Arts from Sydney University majoring in Art History and Film. During her studies she worked as the production/costume designer in a short film "On Hold" which got her an award for best production design at the 21st annual Sydney Film School Festival.

Robin Kover

Camera Operator

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He is Swedish Filmmaker who brings together his love for travelling and nature through the films he makes. He produced, directed and shot a documentary "From Above" about Aerial Cinematography and how using aerial cinematography could further accentuate the cause of saving the Tarkine forest in Tasmania.

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