Olympic Nick: A Donutumentary (2016)
Producers: Tessa Mansfield-Hung / Ian Tran | Directors: Ian Tran / Rachel: Morrsink | Director of Photography: David Franjic | Composers: Shane O'Mara / The Gaza Stripper | Editor: David Franjic
Olympic Nick: A Donutumentary captures the story of Nick Tsiligiris an 80 year old doughnut maestro. Nick has been tempting locals and visitors alike with the delicious scent of his freshly made hot jam doughnuts, at Footscray train station in Melbourne's inner west, everyday since 1979.
This short documentary was supported under the Raw Nerve Initiative facilitated by Open Channel and supported by Screen Australia.
Premiere: Melbourne International Film Festival 2016
Film Festivals: Flickerfest, BOFA, WorldFest, Lorne Film, Greek Film Festival Australia, Hong Kong Arthouse Film Festival (Best Documentary Short Film), Setting Sun Film Festival 2017
Broadcast: ABC iView
Heather Harlowe (Fashion Film)
Director: Tessa Mansfield-Hung
Producer: Sarah Hickey
Cinematographer: Josh Mitchell-Frey
Production Design: Jacqueline Miller
Editor: Sam McCarthy
Narrative Short Film
Producer: Tessa Mansfield-Hung | Director: Isaac Elliot | Cinematographer: Dylan River
Silvy is withdrawn, lost, and hiding behind her cynical journal entries. Her outlook is challenged when she is forced to spend a night in the country with her aunties foster children.
Tessa was part of the media collective PLGRM between 2014 and 2015 as a Camera Operator.