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Tony began his studies in a Masters of Film and Video Production from UTS where he graduated with honours. He was then accepted into the prestigious Australian Film, Television and Radio School to complete the Directing course with a distinction.
After cutting his teeth in commercials and short films, Tony ambitiously set to test his screen craft in long-form by making his first micro-budget film Shooting Goldman, a mockumentary featuring Mike Goldman challenging his existence in reality television.
Legacy: A Ride to Conquer Motor Neurone Disease was the next full-length film on Tony's slate, geared for release in May 2016 this film has already captured the hearts of audiences with this enduring spirit tale of two young men facing a terminal disease.
Tony's in the thick of post production on his first dramatic feature film The Pretend One, the story of a imaginary friend who falls in love with the girl who creates him and has to become real to win her back, this is set to be released in late 2016.
With momentum gathering Tony is already in development on two screenplays for the Australian landscape: The Wolf You Feed – set in the depression post gold rush we find an opium addicted female protagonist seek out revenge. The second is a story of a man who discovers the physics behind reincarnation and works to leave himself clues to find his late wife in the next life, this is called Transmigration.
After graduating in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts (Communications) and following up with Producing and Production Management studies at Sydney’s Metroscreen Film School, Dinusha’s first taste of feature film production was as a Producer’s Attachment on Razzle Dazzle: A Journey Into Dance released in theatres in 2006.
Dinusha then went on to produce Lullaby (2008) a short film funded through Screen NSW’s Emerging Filmmakers Fund which screened in Official Competition at St Kilda Film Festival and the Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival.
In 2013, he collaborated with director Tony Prescott to co-produce Legacy: A Ride to Conquer Motor Neurone Disease (2014), a feature length documentary about Motor Neurone Disease. Their second collaboration The Pretend One is currently in Post-Production awaiting completion in 2016.
Robert has been shooting since 2001, with an extensive CV including feature film, short films, music videos, television commercials, corporates, and documentaries. In 2013 Rob was nominated by AACTA for “Best Cinematographer in a documentary”, whilst winning “Best Feature Length Documentary” and the International 3D Society prize for “Best 3D in a Documentary” for his work on ‘Storm Surfers 3D’. In 2009 he graduated from the prestigious Australian Film, Television, and Radio School in cinematography.