Pile ( Little Bird)
Genre: Short film - Drama
Release Year: 2017
Duration: 15 minutes
Pile is a short dramatic film based on a childhood memory of writer-director, Tony Radevski. A young boy (“Pile”) visits a farm with his father, and finds the lizard that had been attacking the farm hens. The life or death of this creature is now in Pile’s hands, while his yearning for his father’s approval is tested against his growing sense of right and wrong.
Tony Radevski is an independent Australian director, writer and producer of film and television.
In 2005, he co-produced the short drama In the Middle. In 2006, he completed a documentary entitled The Prodigal Son, which won Best Short Documentary at the 2006 IF Awards and Most Popular Film at the Flickerfest International Short Film Festival. In 2008, he finished work on the short animation Ephemeral, which he wrote and directed/produced with animator Jongsu Oh.
He also produced and co-illustrated the short animation Chip in 2014, which screened at TEDxSydney and won a AACTA/AFI “Social Shorts” Award for Best Independent Film. In 2015, his short animation Hole won Best Film and Best Screenplay at the 2015 MG Film Festival. It was also shortlisted as the Australian representative for the Iris Prize in Cardiff. In 2016, his short film, the black comedy “Dedo” was screened at the 11th annual Macedonian Film Festival.