“My recent short horror film, ‘Do No Harm’ is my seventh film and the first to be sent out to film festivals around the world. I’m so proud it has been officially selected for six film festivals. Of that six, I have won awards in three festivals and came semi-finalist in another two. ‘Do No Harm’ was my Honours film that I wrote, produced and directed at Deakin University. It was shot entirely in Geelong.” We hear from talented filmmaker Mark P Sinozic.
“’Do No Harm’ deals with isolation and helplessness in the face of a dying sibling. Scarlett, a young woman who is looking after her sickly, bed-ridden sister, is soon faced with a terrible decision in order to save her sister’s life.
“I’m in the process of developing my first feature film, also set and to be shot in Geelong. This feature takes my short film and expands the story and themes, presenting an exciting story of dark supernatural forces in Geelong. I am self-funding this feature as well as running a gofundme campaign to raise further money. https://www.gofundme.com/manage/tyranny-of-darkness-feature-film
“I was born and raised in Geelong and have lived here most of my life. I’ve always had a strong interest in film and film making going back to childhood. It wasn’t until well after high school that I considered studying film at University.” We are so glad Mark followed his dream.
You can follow Mark’s exciting journey at https://www.instagram.com/l_c_films