BROKEN HILL FILMS

RACHEL LANE

ABOUT

We MAKE FILMS THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Broken Hill Films is a Sydney-based freelance production company specialising in documentary, short film, and corporate videos.

 

In a saturated market it is important to get the message across in an engaging and exciting way. That’s why, at Broken Hill Films, our qualified team use the latest production tools and techniques to capture your story for your audience.

 

We aim to produce a quality product, customised to fit your budget, taking your message from concept through to distribution.

Rachel Lane heads up the creative team at Broken Hill Films with over twenty years of experience in the Australian film and TV industry with a substantial amount of time spent at Channel 7. She has worked on various shows including long stints on "All Saints", "Home and Away", and "Saturday Disney".

 

As a finalist in Tropfest 2013, and a judge in 2014, Rachel shows that she keeps her finger firmly on the pulse of contemporary film-making.

 

Rachel is a member of the Australian Directors Guild, and her work has been nationally broadcast by SBS2, NITV, Imparja TV, Go!, and Gem.

EVERYONE HAS A STORY

FILM

DOCUMENTARY

SHORT FILM

COMMERCIALS

SHOWREEL

LIVING MY WAY

This film follows the story of five Indigenous people pursuing positive and prosperous lives despite the challenges of living with a disability.

 

Executive Producer – June Riemer

Director/Producer – Rachel Lane

Format: XD Cam

Screenings: Imparja TV, GO and GEM

 

Full verision: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c29WRy_LIPE

LIVING MY WAY - GETTING PREPARED

Storytelling through art and the spoken word is at the heart of Aboriginal Culture. Knowing your own story is key to accessing the right support.

 

Executive Producer – June Riemer

Director/Producer – Rachel Lane

Format: Cannon C300

Screenings: NITV

 

Full Version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBkaQsqEJF0

SECRET & SACRED

An anthropological look at the Badtjala people from Hervey Bay and Fraser (K’Gari) Island region, told by two old school friends Joe Gala and Andy Taylor.

 

Director – Andy Taylor

Producer – Rachel Lane

Format: Sony Z1P

Screenings: NITV

 

No full version available online.

 

SUNSHINE: A CELEBRATION

A very personal exploration of four people living with a disability, empowering themselves through the support services offered by Sunshine.

 

Executive Producer – Gail Jelts

Producer –  Di Drew

Director  - Rachel Lane

Format: Cannon C300

 

Full Version: https://youtu.be/jzX1xZImW3I

HERE I AM

An exploration of the issues and experiences surrounding Gay and Lesbian people coming out in their Christian communities and the subsequent difficulty in reconciling their faith and sexuality.

 

Executive Producer – John Wallace

Director/Producer – Rachel Lane

Format: Sony F5

 

L.O.V.E.

Insurance for the Heart

Ever wished you could get a prospective lover checked out before you go out with them… well now you can just one phone call to L.O.V.E Inspections will sort that out for you and avoid any unnecessary heartache down the track.

 

Writer/Director/Producer – Rachel Lane

Format: RED Epic

Awards / Screenings: Finalist in Tropfest Film Festival 2013
Broadcast: SBS2

I CAN HEAR ICE CREAM

Why does Mr Whippy play Greensleeves? It’s a universal tune that all children know, love and associate with good times. It’s ironic that such a morbid & melancholic melody has the ability the lure it’s clientele.

 

Writer/Director/Producer – Rachel Lane

Format: Sony Z1P

Awards / Screenings:

Shortlisted Tropfest Film Festival 2011

SOLE SEARCHING

This film sets out to uncover the urban myths surrounding the phenomenon of shoes hanging from power lines.

 

Writer/Director/Producer /Camera – Rachel Lane

Format: Sony TRV900E

Awards / Screenings:

Winner, Third Take Film Festival , Melbourne 2007

Shortlisted Tropfest Film Festival 2007

 

BRINGING THEM HOME

1×30 Second Television Commercial

 

The Illawarra Aboriginal Medical Service (I.A.M.S.) commissioned this TVC to advertise an Indigenous community day.

 

Director/Producer – Rachel Lane

Format: XD Cam

Year: 2002

BUILDING A BETTER BOURKE

1×30 Second Television Commercial

 

Showcases Bourke High School students participating in a traineeship programme through the Western Institute of T.A.F.E.

 

Director/Producer – Rachel Lane

Year: 2001

SHOWREEL

Director/Producer – Rachel Lane

Editor: Kenny Ang

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