Savage's screen dream.


Carmel Savage from Still Waters


Official Selection

cannesfest screenings

Cannes premiere for Still Waters and Tin God


Chris Duke and The Royals article

See the full article

Tin Gods TV interview

Tin God Interview

Check out the recent TV interview with two of Tin Gods producers.

Still Waters in Samoa Observer

Samoa Observer Article

Still Waters hits Hinterland


Get Reel Films wins grant

Get Reel Films would like to say a very big thank you to everyone who supported us and voted over the last couple of weeks on the Suncorp bank back to business site. You helped keep us in the top ten for the first two weeks of the competition and then today I received the call from Suncorp informing me that Get Reel Films had been selected as one of this weeks winners.

The grant will go a long way in helping us to get locally made projects in front of an international audience over the coming months.

We especially want to say thanks to Suncorp bank for running this scheme and supporting businesses like ours who are rebuilding from the January floods. There are still plenty of deserving businesses out there so log onto the site below and vote for your favourite.

suncorp backtobusiness

Tin God in The Chronicle


'Chris Duke & the Royals' Music video

Get Reel Films would like to thank everyone for yesterdays music video shoot. We rocked it on a sunny, sweaty rooftop car park in West End with Sydney band 'Chris Duke & the Royals'.

'Chris Duke & the Royals' were in Brisbane supporting 'Streetlight Manifesto' at 'The Zoo' friday night then were off to perform on the Gold Coast saturday night after filming with us all day. Despite this hectic schedule the guys put in a high energy performance for the shoot, guided by the videos director Wade Higgins.

If you're a fan of a Ska/Punk/Rock check these guys out.
chrisdukeandtheroyals myspace

'Still Waters' publicity shoot.

With 'Still Waters' just weeks away from it's Cannes screening in the Marche du Film, Get Reel Films did a little publicity shoot today with one of the films stars John Maila.

Here's a sneak peak.

John recently got this tattoo done by 'Big El, Samoan Freestyle Tattoo' while in Samoa after filming wrapped on 'Still Waters'.

Headmistress Launch

Get Reel Films was proud to be a part of the very successful launch of 'The Headmistress' salon last night.
'The Headmistress' has set up her boutique salon inside of 'Miss Savage' at Stones Corner in Brisbane.

The Salon is part of a one stop shop for the women of Brisbane who are now able to shop for that new outfit at 'Miss Savage' run by Carmel Savage, get their hair done with 'The Headmistress' Greer Cronin, then top at all off with makeup and lashes in the 'Lash Bar' with Darin Rose.

The salon is also unique in that it offers women a private space in which to have their hair and make up done tucked away discretely in the rear of the 'Miss Savage' store.

To find out more, check out their Facebook page.

Details of our professional photo package from the night will be available on our site soon...


Back to Business.

Get Reel Films attended the 'Back to Business' cocktail function run by Suncorp Bank this evening.

As Queenslands largest business it's good to see a bank supporting it's community and small business owners by touring the states with these events with guest speaker Adam Gilchrist.

A good opportunity also to liaise with fellow business owners in the local community and plan how to support one another as we continue to rebuild.

Also don't forget to vote for Get Reel Films on the Back to Business site below.


Tin God Music

Sometimes when you watch a film and listen to not only the score but some of the featured music by bands, you can't help but get that little tingle down your spine as you experience what feels like a seamless marriage of film, music and lyric.

Such has been the case for me over the last few days as we have been placing songs in position for the final sound mix of Tin God.

We have been very fortunate to find two Aussie bands whose music and lyrics melt effortlessly into the film. Brisbane based Red on Red and The Art of War from Western Australia.

I am looking forward to sharing the final product with audiences soon.
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