Films4Change Inc

Inspiring change through film

Films4Change is a registered not-for-profit Australian charity producing short film, documentary and promotional material to raise awareness and create change around social and community issues 

© Copyright 2017 Films4ChangeInc

Our Work

The following is a small sample of our current and past projects
For more information you are welcome at our YouTube, Vimeo or Facebook pages
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Working with the wonderfully hospitable community out in Cunnamulla at the moment, developing a series of shorts with the young people there based around resepctful relationships. Stay tuned for more info as we progress the project

It's Just a Choice

Developed in association with Relationships Australia, this is a series of 9 shorts created for men's beahvioural change programs.
The vignettes demonstrate various aspects of abusive behaviour in relationships and offer positive options for change.

We are also so proud to share of our ongoing partnership with Dr David Wexler and the Relationship Training Institute in the USA, whose internationally recognised STOP program is including the DVD of the series in their course material.

For further information on STOP and to purchase, please head to:

Family Wellbeing

Currently in post-production this is a documentary style project following a group of 'at-risk' young indigenous men on their journey reconnecting with their spiritual and cultural roots

Redheads Fundraiser

A bit of fun we had with one of our local NSWRFS Brigades developing a fund-raising film for them for a Redhead's competition

Just Like Him

A 'made-in-a-day' short produced in response to the shocking comparison between road deaths and suicide and the disparity in government funding 

Something about Bindis

Our first venture, created for Cause Film Festival, a deeply moving true story adapted from an award-winning stage-play exploring the sudden and devastating effects of brain cancer using the Bindie weed as a metaphor