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Matthew Bate
Matthew Bate has created a number of films dealing with similarly unique artistic personalities, and which use a collage style that fuses animation, found footage and re-creations with traditional documentary techniques.

STUNT LOVE is Matt’s third film made for the ABC’s ART SCAPE program, which have included his 2006 film What The Future Sounded Like, a visually and sonically experimental exploration into the genesis of electronic music. In 2007 Matt directed the first documentary co-production between SBS Australia and Al Jazeera and in 2008 completed Connected By Light, a film about world-renowned new media artist Lynette Wallworth for ABC Art scape. Recently, Matt directed The Mystery of Flying Kicks, a film exploring what relationship sneakers on telephone wires have with murder, drugs, sex and politics. The film was made entirely from contributions of imagery and phone message bank stories from the global online public.

It premiered at the 2010 SXSW Festival and was in selection at Edinburgh, CPH:DOX, Sheffield Doc Fest and won Best Documentary Short at 2010 Melbourne International Film Festival. Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure is Matt’s debut feature film premiered in the World Cinema Documentary competition at Sundance 2011. Matt is currently in pre-production on his latest feature documentary ‘Sam Klemke’s Time Machine’ which deals with a man who has filmed his entire life.



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