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Advance Member Postcard Member Postcard from David Joshua Ford David is an Australian photographer, film and television director. He has studied in Canada, and is now freelancing his craft in New York City. Where did you grow up in Australia? I grew up in Canberra with a very middle-of-the-road suburban childhood. Sydney […]

After-Set: Tribeca Grand Hotel Film Screening

Please join us for the After-Set Independent Filmmaker Series special screening of four short films by David Joshua Ford followed by the feature-length documentary “Give Me A Shot Of Anything: House Calls To The Homeless.” Tickets are only available on-line at: Event Program, Saturday 28th January 2012: Tribeca Grand […]

Outstanding Reception at Dungog Film Festival

  This guy was getting so ‘creative’ taking pictures of us on the red-carpet I decided to take some of my own… We received the most amazing audience reaction to Ferdinand the Third at Dungog today! Laughs and gasps in all the right places wonderfully comedic nuances in performance by […]

David Joshua Ford’s Festival Hatrick

  Dungog Film Festival has been something of a slow and quiet awakening for young film director David Joshua Ford. Ford, 27, visited the area a few years ago, attended the film festival on the spur of the moment for the first time last year and, in a major coup, […]

Showcasing His Talents

  FOR Sydney filmmaker David Ford, Dungog is a chance to meet and greet some of the industry’s heavyweights and upcoming talents. After visiting the festival with friends last year, the Sydney director returned with three pieces on the 2011 program – the documentary Lillie and music video Entwined, which […]

3 Films by David Joshua Ford in Dungog Film Festival

Some good news this week: three of my films have been accepted into the 2011 Dungog Film Festival: Entwined, Lillie and Ferdinand the Third! Ferdinand the Third (playing at Oovie Theatre, Sunday 11:45am): a Frenchman travels to Australia to declare his love for his his long-time friend… only to be […]

Bondi Artist Profile |

Article by Rohan Stephens, Meeting a successful person can be a moving experience. The ability to learn from the lives they’ve lead the mistakes they’ve made and the opportunities they’ve taken can in turn harbour our own aspirations in a similar field. Being the impressionable young man that I […]

An interview with the director of Lillie

  Interview with the director of Lillie, David Joshua Ford An unpublished interview with a local magazine about my documentary Lillie (now published!)  Watch | Facebook Q. Can you tell me a little bit about your short documentary Lillie? What is it about and what inspired you to follow the life of […]

Sun, Surf and Cinema

The 10th annual Bondi Short Film Festival cemented its place in the festival calendar last month, with sell out screenings and a swanky award ceremony hosted by The Chaser’s Chris Taylor. John Marsh took out best film honours for his production Happenstance. Bondi filmmaker David Ford rounded out the list […]

2SER 107.3FM Radio Interview

Director David Joshua Ford interviewed by Anna Bolton and Ardie Worsley on 2SER 107.3 about his short film “Lillie” screening in Bondi Short Film Festival 2010. View on Facebook

Aussie Cosi more subversive than sexist, says Sharman

Original Article > Bryce Hallett November 18, 2009 Director Jim Sharman aims to mine the emotional depths of Mozart’s opera. BORN into the world of travelling sideshows, Jim Sharman – the director who captivated audiences with Hair, Jesus Christ Superstar and The Rocky Horror Picture Show – is attempting to unearth the contradictory emotions and […]

Sydney’s up and coming actors tell it like it is

BY MELINDA WILLS MCHUGH Melinda Wills McHugh caught up with three local up-and-comers to found out why they do it. Daniel Lissing: “I really needed that coffee,” Daniel Lissing, 27, said as he waited to board his 7am flight. “I finished a gig at midnight and was up again at […]