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UnWrapped: New Works for Film (Premiere)

Digital Season | Premiere of films from the Digital Mentorship Program

Time: Thursday, 16th July 8pm AEST
Genre: Film

On Demand from: 16th July
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Watch the premiere release of original digital works created by local independent artists as a part of the Sydney Opera House's Artist and Sector Development Program. These digital mentorships support artists to extend their live performance practice into the digital space by creating a new video work and connecting them with online audiences. The artists were supported by industry mentors and OHBS technicians, and participated in a series of masterclasses and consultation sessions throughout their mentorship. 

Featuring works from 2019 participants Roslyn Helper, Anya McKee and Dance Makers Collective, and 2018 participant Victoria Hunt. With special thanks to their mentors/collaborators Sue Healey, Eugenia Lim and Margot Nash.


  • Dancing with Dad: Miri and Alan – Anya McKee and Dance Makers Collective
  • TAKE – Victoria Hunt
  • A Portrait Of The Artist (As Told By Airtaskers) – Roslyn Helper

Explore themes of identity and family in these intriguing and diverse short films. 

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