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Asylum seeker ZPR 359 sews his lips together and begins a hunger strike. As Z weakens he enters into a delirium where he imagines himself in Australia with his doctor.

Director Biography – LIAM BRANAGAN

Liam Branagan and Eve Spence have collaborated on a number of award-winning short films, and are currently developing feature projects.

Liam produced their short film “Playground”, which premiered at Berlin International Film Festival and went on to win six awards. Their previous shorts “Six O’Clock Swill” and “Memento” screened internationally at festivals such as Bilbao, Valencia, Brisbane and Cinema Antipodes at Cannes. “Six O’Clock Swill” also sold to ARTE GEIE for European television broadcast.

Liam produced the documentary “Shack Life”, which broadcast on Foxtel Australia, and worked as Associate Producer on both the feature “The Merger” and the documentary “A Life Exposed”, which won awards and was broadcast on ABC Television (Australia). Liam has an extensive industry background, having worked on documentary, television and features in the roles of Producer, Associate Producer and First Assistant Director.