Steven Tandy is a talented Bacchus Marsh film-maker, responsible for a documentary on the “Save the Avenue of Honour”issue (on Youtube), and also for filming interviews and footage during Awareness Day 2013.
“I've been sending this link to people who've
taken interest in supporting me in the past. I'm doing another Pozible campaign
to help finish off that film I shot in February (that Sarah and Sophie were
in). We're still editing it as I've been working on a few other projects
aswell. But, it's coming to an end and is looking to be my most professional
piece yet so I'm trying to raise some money to get it finished up
professionally (sound design, colour grade and dvds/blurays burnt) as we have
huge hopes for this one and I don't want to just get Uni students working on
it. I'm going to the paper soon with the campaign but if you know any locals
who might be interested in supporting, if you could pass the link on that would
be fantastic! The entire thing is filmed in Bacchus Marsh in various locations
(fruits of life, strawberry farm, Hallets way, the council forrest past Mason's
Lane to name a few places. And all the music is done from local bands so a very
Bacchus Marsh piece indeed!