Our hero returns with more stories what life is like in Armageddon in this short film. This time in the post apocalyptic world, he battles zombies and something more deadly…
“This is a lovely little property sir, with huge amounts of promise, that just needs to be…whipped into shape”
Mandy is the third most successful realtor at Bottom Drawer estate agencies (though she was voted most likely to win a hotdog eating contest at the staff Christmas do). She is very excited to be exhibiting this new property on the market, all from the comfort of her basement. But her clients may be delving into a world far more nightmarish than they could have possibly imagined.
For Sale is the fifth short film by drag artist and queer filmmaker Mandy Sweats. It is a surreal, pitch-black horror-comedy about the fine line between image and reality, pride and vanity, and selling yourself and selling out.
This film was originally submitted to Luna’s Drag Macabre Season 1: Inner Demons. A huge thank you to Luna Lestrange and the whole LDM team for allowing me a platform to debut this performance.
“So why don’t you just open the door and come out?”
Mandy has been sitting in their boiler closet for a rather long time. The pipes are blisteirng hot, the dust is making their eyes water and they haven’t been on a date in months. And still, they sit. What – or who – could be stopping them from leaving? Sometimes, our mechanisms for self-preservation can be dangerously insidious.
Keeping Watch is the third short film by drag and performance artist Mandy Sweats. Inspired by abusrdist theatre from the likes of Samuel Beckett and Edward Albee, it is a sombre, scary and yet ultimately uplifting depiction of stagnation, resistance and growth.
Created entirley by the artist. Camera used is the Sony A6000.
A short horror film about the dangers of a resentful mind following a horrific night at an artist mixer and the desire for revenge.
Have we become passive voyeurs of the violence of the world?
Are we able to empathize as if the circumstances were reversed?
How are we poisoned by the context of our own perception?
A first look / teaser trailer for our short film ‘Trespassers.’
Ben and Lucy Collins are siblings who are travelling interstate to visit their parents. When their car breaks down on a desolate rural road, they are forced to seek help at a nearby farming estate. Cut off from the outside world, they soon make a terrible discovery…