We’re Outpost Films, a creative film production studio based in Canberra, Australia.
In 2013, Outpost Films was founded by friends Kris Kerehona and Adrian Muscat. Having worked together previously on a multicultural filmmaking festival, Short Story Big Screen, we continued collaborate making documentary films.
Outpost Films works with non-profit organisations & associations on multimedia content, documentary and scripted, narrative projects. We’ve also managed film festivals, conducted community filmmaking workshops and even won a few awards along the way.
If you have a story to tell, an amazing project that we could help you transform to film, we’d love to hear from you.
Kris Kerehona is an emerging director and recipient of the Canberra Critic's Circle Award for his film Dancing Auschwitz (2012), winning best documentary film at the Canberra Short Film Festival. He has three documentary feature credits including Tibet's Cry for Freedom (2009), Between the Flags (2013) and Love Marriage in Kabul (2013). In 2013 he was commissioned to produce four documentary films for the Centenary of Canberra and is he also currently working on The Centenarians - commissioned by the Australian Association of Gerontology. Kris is also a video producer at the Australian War Memorial.
Adrian Muscat is an emerging director currently based in Sydney. In 2009 he co-founded Short Story Big Screen, a multicultural filmmaking project that brought people from different cultural backgrounds together to tell their stories through film. His directorial debut was on the film Phoenix Rising (2011) a finalist at the 2011 Lights Canberra Action Film Festival. He co-produced Captain of the Team (2010), a Canberra Short FIlm finalist, which was included as part of Channel Nine’s 60 Minutes' The Great Flag Debate.
Steve Moxey loves to shoot drama, his film Dearth has won a number of festivals and also screened at Dungog 2010 and Heart of Gold 2011. It was also chosen to close the Katoomba Film Festival 2010. Also in 2010, he contributed to documentary 'Liberal Rule" which won 2 AFI awards. Steve has worked with diverse clients including Telstra, Canon Australia, St Vincent de Paul, IP Australia, RAAF Roulettes and the Australian association of Gerontology. Steve also works independently from Outpost FIlms under Mox Productions.
2013 Tony Albert, Norforce. Directed by Kris Kerehona Australian War Memorial
2013 The Centenarians, Australian Association Gerontology, Directed by Kris Kerehona (In production)
2013 Centenary of Canberra, Arts Programs, ACT Government, Directed by Kris Kerehona (In production)
2013 Tony Albert's Norforce Commission, Directed by Kris Kerehona Australian War Memorial
2013 Boeing Aircraft audiovisual for the Aircraft Hall Gallery, Edited by Kris Kerehona Australian War Memorial
2013 Ben Quilty - Produced and Directed by Kris Kerehona at the Australian War Memorial
2013 Between the Flags - Produced by Brendon Fehre, Directed by Christopher Collins, Post producer Kris Kerehona
2013 Six more: Alexander Seton - Produced and Directed by Kris Kerehona at the Australian War Memorial
2012 Dancing Auschwitz - Produced by Kris Kerehona, Directed by Andrew Scarano
2012 Remember me: the lost diggers of Vignacourt - Produced and Directed by Kris Kerehona at the Australian War Memorial
2011 Phoenix Rising - Finalist Light Canberra Action Film Festival - Produced by Kris Kerehona, Directed by Adrian Muscat
2011 Nurses: from Zululand to Afghanistan Exhibition film - Produced and Directed by Kris Kerehona at the Australian War Memorial
2010 Captain of the Team - by Kris Kerehona, Adrian Muscat, Andrew Scarano, Mary McCartney
2010 Perspectives: Ex de Medici & John Catapan exhibition film - Produced and Directed by Kris Kerehona at the Australian War Memorial
2010 Internet Security - Produced and Directed by Kris Kerehona for Couch Creative and the Dept. Broadband & Digital Economy
2009 Love Marriage in Kabul - Produced & Directed by Amin Palangi (Pre-production Kris Kerehona)
2009 Short Story Big Screen - Produced and Directed by Adrian Muscat & Kris Kerehona (10 x 5 minute films)