‘One Giant Leap’ is an inclusively made, stop-motion animation produced by students from Bus Stop Films. When a space crew’s lunar mission goes...

One Giant Leap: Tumbalong Lights Inclusive playSPACE


Tumbalong Park

Vivid Sydney 2019 - Bus Stop Films
Vivid Sydney 2019 - Bus Stop Films

Event Details

‘One Giant Leap’ is an inclusively made, stop-motion animation produced by students from Bus Stop Films.

When a space crew’s lunar mission goes horribly wrong, the team comes up with a creative solution to get back home to earth, and it’s going to take one giant leap!

The film will be screened each night during Vivid Sydney at Tumbalong Lights: an Inclusive playSPACE at Tumbalong Park.

The students and tutors attend the Bus Stop Films 'Accessible Film Studies Program' delivered in partnership with the Australian Film Television and Radio School. The program is an award-winning film school curriculum for adults with intellectual disability.

Genevieve Kaiser - Tutor
Genevieve Kaiser is a Director/Editor based in Sydney. Her short film and music video work have screened across Australia and internationally.

Sophie Hawkshaw - Tutor
Sophie is a Sydney-based Writer/Director. Her films have screened in festivals across Australia including Flickerfest and St Kilda International Film Festival. In 2016 her film ‘Fences’ won the AACTA social shorts best drama short film award.

Mikey Hamer
Mikey Hamer is a Director and Cinematographer. He has worked on feature films, television, advertising and docs all around the world.

Digby Webster
Digby Webster has worked with Bus Stop Films on two projects, ‘The Interviewer’ and ‘Heartbreak and Beauty’.

Rae Ellen Pastuszak
Rae loves Bus Stop films. ‘What I like about Bus Stop Films is doing the Whitefield music video. I loved it a lot!’

Chris Bunton
Chris is a Bus Stop/AFTRS student of two years. As an aspiring actor, he has acted on two feature films, ‘Karios Downunder’ and ‘Way Out Assistance”’.

Ben Rowntree
Ben first started making mini films at home by myself, based on the game Angry Birds. What he likes most about film is voice acting.

Guiliano Mitru
Guiliano Mitru likes filming on set and behind the scenes as part of the camera crew. So far, he has been at Bus Stop for almost three years and has loved all the projects that come with it.

Rawley Reynolds
Rawley has worked on a short film called “Kill-off”, directed by Genevieve Clay-Smith. He has worked with Bust Stop Films for three years now.

Nicole Jacobs
Nicole likes film and working with Bus Stop. She has worked on making a music video and a genre film (detective) in previous projects. She also worked with Genevieve Clay-Smith in conduction studio interviews with an actor, and helping with the sound.

Natalie Bacci
Natalie worked on the Bus Stop Films short film “Heartbreak and Beauty”.

Ricky Kremer
Ricky has done a short film and joined Bus Stop Films this year to work on a project called ‘Short Changed’, part of the focus on ability film festival.

Chloe Morrison-Greet
Chloe is on her second Bus Stop Films program. She enjoys making lots of different films but her favourite so far is the music video she worked on last year.

Ronan Soussa
Ronan likes Bus Stop Films - so far he has enjoyed working on making this film for VIVID and learning about writing with ‘obstructions’.

Matthew Sheather
Matthew has enjoyed films since he was a young boy. He enjoys watching sci-fi, action, adventure and horror. His goal is to become a film director.

Audrey O’Connor
Audrey loves filmmaking with Bus Stop. She has made her own film, a short documentary called ‘What’s the Mystery?’

Julian Kennedy
Julian Kennedy has previously worked with Bus Stop, creating a detective film as well as a music video “Ivy”, Whitefield.

Zakaria (Zac) Ghomis
Zac loves to watch action, horror and comedy movies, especially those from Warner Brothers and Dreamworks. He enjoys watching movies for fun.

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Access and Inclusion

  • Audio described - Audio description is a service provided for patrons who are blind or have low vision. Trained audio describers give live, objective, verbal descriptions.
  • Sensory friendly - Relaxed performances are designed to create a safe and welcoming environment for children on the autism spectrum or other disabilities that create sensory sensitivities, along with their friends, carers and families.
  • Tactile tour - Tactile tours allow patrons who are blind or have low vision to have a hands-on experience. Depending on the production/installation, patrons are given access to costumes, props and stage set in order to capture the atmosphere of the work. Tactile tours occur before the performance. Patrons must book in advance.
  • Wheelchair accessible - Access to the venue is suitable for wheelchairs (toilets, ramps/lifts etc.) and designated wheelchair spaces are available.