CATH MOORE WRITES...
across print, prose and film & TV.
is an award winning screenwriter whose work has been screened on ABC, SBS and Channel 7. She has written for sketch comedy, children’s television, documentary and drama. She also writes for The Sunday Age and is a published author both academic and literary. She is also a singer/songwriter and screen story developer. Cath lives on the land of the Wurundjeri people. She acknowledges the traditional owners of this land and that Indigenous sovereignty has never been ceded.
METAL FISH, FALLING SNOW
Metal Fish, Falling Snow is a warm, funny and highly original portrait of a young girl’s search for identity and her struggle to deal with grief. Through families lost and found, this own-voices story celebrates the resilience of the human heart and our need to know who we truly are.
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12 characters. 12 stories unique as hair itself.
Hairtales is a film that slowly untangles the unexpected; tales of murder, a mysteriously white father, the ‘lie of the hot comb’, and secret personal truths that only hair can reveal.
THE PEN LICENCE
NINE-YEAR-OLD TIANA KNOWS IT WILL TAKE A MIRACLE TO GET HER PEN LICENCE. SHE'S FALLEN BEHIND IN CLASS, HER WRITING LOOPS ARE A MESS, AND THE PRESSURE'S REALLY ON.
BETWEEN UPSTROKES AND CROSSBARS TIANA SOON REALISES IT'S NOT ABOUT BEING PERFECT, BUT IS PERSISTENCE REALLY ENOUGH?
SHARE IN THIS HEART-WARMING JOURNEY AS TIANA AND HER CLASSMATES STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE A COMING OF AGE RITUAL EXPERIENCED BY EVERY AUSTRALIAN CHILD.
As seen on ABC ME.
Special Mention at the San Francisco Film Festival (2019).
New York Children's Film Festival (2019)
SWING (SHORT FILM)
SWING tells the story of an unlikely friendship borne of mutual isolation. Sarah rallies against her family and seeks independence through a part-time job helping a blind war veteran. Initially cagey and defensive, the pair find they have more in common than they expect.
AWARDS Best Short Film, Adelaide Film Festival (Audience Vote) 2007 / Best Short Film, St Kilda Film Festival 2007 / Best Short Film (Nominee) AFI Awards 2007.
Being an only child can be lonely, especially when you’re deaf and your father never seems to hear when it matters. But then a special call from outside- can Ishika save a dying tree that seems to be talking to her?
INTO THE NIGHT
A lost and fragile rent boy meets a wealthy man playing out a lonely game. Over one night their lives intersect in unexpected ways, blurring the lines between betrayer and betrayed.
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