Frazer Bull-Clark


Civic Pool

2018

Super 8 film transferred to digital video

Music by Sam Eggins & Advait Thakur

Image courtesy of the artist

BIO

Frazer Bull-Clark is a filmmaker who grew up in Canberra and now lives in Sydney. His work has shown at film festivals and galleries around Australia and internationally. His short film Leaving Lost (2013), which examined the artist Derek O’Connor and his relationship with the suburb of Fyshwick, was a finalist in the Digital Portraiture Award at the National Portrait Gallery and screened at the National Film and Sound Archive. His collage film The Big Shave (2016) was exhibited at Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Sydney Underground Film Festival and This is Not Art. In 2018 he received a Graduate Certificate in Directing from the Australian Film, Television and Radio School.

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