Feature film EMO the Musical is now online to watch legally throughout the World along with DVD in Australia.

Released 25 October 2017.

iTunes Australia>>     iTunes Worldwide>>

Google Play Movies Australia>>   Google Play Worldwide>>

Amazon Video on Demand>>

Vimeo on Demand Worldwide

Microsoft Xbox Movies & TV

Vudu North America

Sony PlayStation Aust>>     Sony PlayStation Worldwide>>

Along with:

Quickflix Australia>>

Telstra BigPond Movies>>

YouTube Movies PPV>>

Fetch TV>>


Plus others coming soon…


The film recently played on Qantas, JetStar and Virgin flights to and from Australia, and toured film festivals throughout the world, including:

Our International Premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival, Germany, Jan 2017
And our local Premiere at the Melbourne International Film Festival, Australia, Aug, 2016
CinefestOZ, Australia, Aug 2016
Screenwave International Film Festival, Australia, Jan 2017
Reel Good Film Festival, Australia, Mar 2017
YA Shorts Youth Film Festival, Australia, April 2017
Inside Out – Toronto LGBT Film Festival, Canada, May 2017
TLVFest – Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival, Israel, June 2017
Edinburgh International Film Festival, Scotland, June 2017
Taipei Film Festival, Taiwan, July 2017
Chumgmuro Music Film Fest, Korea, July 2017
Pula Film Festival, Croatia, July 2017
Calgary International Film Festival, Canada, Sept 2017
CPH Buster CPH, part of Copenhagen Film Festival, Denmark, Sept 2017
Orcas Island Film Festival, USA, Oct 2017
JUNIORFEST – International Film Festival for Children and Youth, Czech Republic, Nov 2017
Australian and New Zealand Film Festival Prague, Czech Republic, Nov 2017
Pimedate Ööde Filmifestival (Tallin Black Nights Film Festival), Estonia, Nov 2017
Cork Film Festival, Ireland, Nov 2017
the Irish Film Institute Schools Education Program
plus more still to be announced.

‘EMO the Musical’ hit Australian cinemas on Thursday 4 May 2017 playing at the Dendy Newtown, Cinema Nova, Lido Hawthorn, Tower Cinemas Newcastle, Forbes and Hervey Bay, amongst others.  Along with a special Q&A screening with lead actor Benson Jack Anthony and writer/director Neil Triffett at The Astor Theatre.


EMO was a short film first, having won special mention at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2014. The full short film can be found here: