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There's A Hippopotamus on Our Roof Eating Cake

Films

Violent Florence

"Violent Florence" is a short film written and directed by Jaime Snyder and produced by Pocket Bonfire in 2013. After a successful crowdfunding campaign on Pozible, the film was shot in Melbourne earlier in 2013 and is near complete, ready to submit to major festivals. Adam Lowe is an Executive Producer of this short, his second in support of Jaime Snyder and Pocket Bonfire..  For more information on the film and upcoming screenings, please visit pocketbonfire.com/Violent-Florence

VIOLENT FLORENCE Short Fiction

STAGE Post-Production

GENRE Horror

LENGTH 12Min

SYNOPSIS Florence rescues a stray cat from a gang of teenagers, but after taking the feline to an isolated building, her true intentions emerge.

WRITER/DIRECTOR Jaime Snyder

PRODUCER Katia Nizic

There's a Hippopotamus on Our Roof Eating Cake

With Zoe getting older outlooks diverge about her best friend's residence on their roof. In collaboration with the creators of the worldwide arena spectacular - Walking With Dinosaurs, Pocket Bonfire joins forces with The Creature Technology Company to produce a beguiling adaptation of the 1980 classic, There’s a Hippopotamus on our Roof Eating Cake.Dedicated to the now adult fans of the book this live-action interpretation brings a new angle to the much loved Australian story.

CREATORS

Writer/Director - Jaime Snyder of Pocket Bonfire

Producer - Joel Sharpe

Original Story - Hazel Edwards

STARRING

Portia Bradley (My Year Without Sex), Angus Sampson (Where The Wild Things Are, Kokoda), Bridie Carter (McLeod's Daughters), Terry Camilleri (Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure), Rob Alec (Eraser Children)

SPONSORED BY

Adam Lowe Group - Executive Producer

The Creature Technology Company

The Shire of Yarra Ranges

Bendigo Bank

Fine.Ark

Latenite Films

PRESENTED AT

Little Big Shots / International Film Festival for Kids (2012),

Austin Film Festival (2011), Tacoma Film Festival (2011),

Melbourne Underground Film Festival (2011),

Edinburgh International Film Festival (2011),

St Kilda Film Festival (2011) - World Premiere