A first person journey through the psychic residue of a post-terror world.
An essay film about death drive, fantasy and globalisation. 
Structured around three infotainment news broadcasts  (a rollercoaster, a hijacking, and an influencer) and soundtracked by pulsating electronics, 'Scream' deals equally in satire and dread. Capitalism, imperialism and desire are all implicated in a nihilism that has seeped from the news into the social psyche.
Scream was premiered with a live score at the RMIT Capitol Theatre 12/04/21 for Melbourne Music Week alongside Simona Castricum with a panel hosted by Simon Winkler. Music and direction by Luke Neher and Sam Gill.

Screening + panel discussion, Melbourne Music Week 2021

2023 - Asolo Art Film Festival (Best Art Film Feature)
2022 - Eso Es Para Esto 
2021 - Revelation Perth International Film Festival - Night Landing At Charles DeGaulle (Excerpt from Scream)
2021 - Festival Fotogenia 
2021 - ULTRAcinema 
2021 - Capitol Theatre, Melbourne (live premiere)
2023 - Asolo Art Film Festival (Best Art Film Feature)

live screening recap