Walk Me

Walk Me is a music video written and directed by Kate Vinen. The music is by Fleur Wiber and produced by Michael Carpenter. In the film, the camera follows Fleur through the dreamy and ethereal landscape of Waverley Cemetery. The film shows the vulnerable yet strong feminine in the tombstones, lyrics and character.

  • Kate Vinen
    Acts for the Invisible, Hopeful Romantic
  • Kate Vinen
  • Kate Vinen
  • Fleur Wiber
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Music Video
  • Genres:
    Country, Singer-songwriter, folk, indie
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 18 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 1, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    1,000 AUD
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Distribution Information
  • Checked Label Services
    Country: Australia
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - Kate Vinen

Kate Vinen is an award-winning writer and director based in Sydney, Australia. Kate completed a Graduate Certificate in Directing at AFTRS (2010), and a Masters of Documentary Directing at AFTRS (2018-2020).

Her short film ‘Acts for the Invisible’ premiered at Sydney Film Festival in 2021 and has since had a successful national and international run, winning the 2022 CILECT CAPA Prize for Best Film: Documentary and screening in the Australian International Screen Forum (Lincoln Centre, NYC, USA).

In 2019 Kate was recipient of the $30,000 AFTRS & SCCI (Sherman Centre for Culture & Ideas) commission and an ARTS8 (Australian Roundtable for Arts Training Excellence) recipient and in 2020 she was the recipient of a WIFT (Women in Film & Television) Mentorship Program. In 2022 she was a recipient of the Leading Lights program at the Australian International Documentary Conference and recipient of the $80,000 ANAM (Australian National Association of Music) & AFTRS commission for ‘Music & Place’.

Her recent film, ‘Mitayero’ (Hunter), was made at the prestigious PlayLab Films Director’s Lab mentored by Palme d’Or winning director Apichatpong Weerasethakul in the Amazon Jungle.

She teaches film at Australian Film Television & Radio School and Macquarie University and is writing her first feature film 'The Wintergarden'.

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