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Clif Oval walk

I love this spot near where I live. It's been untouched by the recent bushfires so its a great record for future generations to appreciate and enjoy.

  • Glen McClelland
  • Glen McClelland
  • Glen McClelland
  • Glen McClelland
    Key Cast
    "camera man 1"
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    3 minutes 41 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    January 27, 2020
  • Production Budget:
    600 AUD
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    Digital 2.7K
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  • Tourfilm Riga
    April 15, 2020
Director Biography - Glen McClelland

Glen David McClelland is an Australian filmmaker. His films are known for their distinctive visual and narrative styles, and he is regarded by some critics as a modern-day example of an aspiring auteur. He is also a registered architect. Born: 29 June 1967 (age 52 years), Castlecrag, NSW, Australia
Recent movies: Perception, Cliff Oval walk
Awards: the stop-motion animated Metamorphosis in 1985 received commendation at Art Express Sydney.
Early life: Son to Marie and Ian McClelland and 3rd in a line up of four brothers. His mother and father both Architects. He participated in school plays including Oliver Twist with Anne Semler and musical director Bill Motzing.
As a child, Glen made silent films on his Super 8 camera and starred his brothers and friends. Cousin Robbie Caldwell helped with plot and scripting.
Film Career:
Metamorphosis. Animation short shown at Art Express Sydney Art Gallery 1985.
Eric and Marie Nicholls a reflection. Documentary series under development 2019-2020
Perception. This short film released 12 January 2020.
Directing Technique: Delivers curiosity, imagination and illusion imagery, emotional empathy, POV action camerawork. Influenced by Wes Anderson, Albert Broccoli, Marvel.

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Director Statement

Glen’s altruistic approach to the world around him underscores his belief in contributing and making a renaissance revival in Australia’s quasi dormant film industry.