Living Not Beige Films (LNBF) is an independent film production company based in Adelaide, Australia.
Specialising in bespoke films that reflect the direct interests of the filmmakers, LNBF's first film Atlantis, Iceland, was completed in mid-2017 and screened at:
Reykjavik International Film Festival, September 2017
Adelaide Film Festival, October 2017
Antenna Documentary Film festival (Sydney), October 2017
A link (with the password) to watch the film Atlantis, Iceland in its entirety is on the home page.
Our second film, Ursula, was completed in November 2018, was a finalist at the 2019 Fleurieu Film Festival and has been selected to screen at Northwestfest, Edmonton, Canada in May 2019.
The short psychological thriller The Reckoning of Christian Spencer, was completed in February 2019 and is in consideration for a number of Australian and international film festivals.
Peter Hanlon - Writer/Director/Producer
Peter Hanlon's passion for film was inflamed through his studies of Cinema and Film and TV as a part of a Bachelor of Arts in the 1980s. Of particular note at that time was Chris Marker's Sans Soleil. To say that this film awoke an interest in more experimental moving image art forms would be an understatement.
Hanlon’s film influences include Marker, David Lynch, Nicolas Roeg, Peter Greenaway and Emir Kusturica. Interests that are somewhat incongruous to his former careers as a banking executive and a systems technician in the military.
On 2 December 2018, Hanlon joined the SA Film Corporation Board as Chair.
SA Weekend article - Punk Banker
InDaily article - SA Film Corporation
Contact Peter: email@example.com
+61 413 339 311
Rick Davies - Writer/ Director/Cinematographer/Editor/Producer
Engineer, manager, lawyer, Rick Davies has now turned his hand to film with good effect. Originally joining Living Not Beige Films to provide legal input, Rick has rapidly developed skills in the world of cinematography. Initially intending to work as second camera and provide stills photography on the Atlantis, Iceland shoot, Rick proved himself a capable "in and under" live performance videographer. Post-production, his task oriented, outcome focussed background came to the fore, rapidly developing valuable skills in editing and post-production VFX.
Rick's first foray into directing and writing is Ursula, the concept of which was developed prior to an Arctic holiday in late 2017 when the footage for the film was shot. Rick completed the film in November 2018.
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Cole Larsen - 1964-2019, Director/Producer/Cinematographer
Cole was a filmmaker and screen production lecturer with an interest in experimental narrative documentary and drama. Larsen's zest for making films and moving image works led to exhibitions and broadcasts in Asia, the US, South America, Europe and Australia.
In 2012, he directed his first feature film, Double Happiness Uranium, a dystopian sci-fi set in the future republic of South Australia when oil has run out and uranium is the major source of world energy.
Cole left us in March 2019 after a sudden, short illness.