From The Zion Archives – Our 2009 Matrix Promotions!

When we first kicked off this website, back in 2007, it wasn’t originally a film reviews site – you can check out a lot of the early posts using the widget in the sidebar – but after returning from an overseas trip in 2008, and having had a chance to reflect on what the site stood for, I realized it was a perfect opportunity to get some of my thoughts about film out into the public arena. So it became the site you now see, although originally it wasn’t as…

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From The Archives – Sonfest 2002: Part 4

For the first time here at fernbyfilms.com, we are proud to present the latest Archive material release for your delectation. Directed by Warwick Twelftree, Sonfest 2002 is a documentary film look at one of the largest Christian open-air music festivals in Australia, covered in 2002. We present the film in it’s original, unedited format, across four parts. Today, we present part 4.

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From The Archives – Sonfest 2002: Part 3

For the first time here at fernbyfilms.com, we are proud to present the latest Archive material release for your delectation. Directed by Warwick Twelftree, Sonfest 2002 is a documentary film look at one of the largest Christian open-air music festivals in Australia, covered in 2002. We present the film in it’s original, unedited format, across four parts. Today, we present part 3.

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From The Archives – Sonfest 2002: Part 2

For the first time here at fernbyfilms.com, we are proud to present the latest Archive material release for your delectation. Directed by Warwick Twelftree, Sonfest 2002 is a documentary film look at one of the largest Christian open-air music festivals in Australia, covered in 2002. We present the film in it’s original, unedited format, across four parts. Today, we present part 2.

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From The Archives – Sonfest 2002: Part 1

For the first time here at fernbyfilms.com, we are proud to present the latest Archive material release for your delectation. Directed by Warwick Twelftree, Sonfest 2002 is a documentary film look at one of the largest Christian open-air music festivals in Australia, covered in 2002. We present the film in it’s original, unedited format, across four parts. Today, we present part 1.

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From The Archives – Penny Lane

After the Boxing Day Tsunami back in 2004, Fernby Films co-founder Warwick Twelftree got together with his local church group to organise a charity drive for the unfortunate victims. We present the original Fernby Films Penny Land short film for you. Unfortunately, due to copyright issues, we could not upload this video onto YouTube, so instead, we have placed it directly onto the website here. By clicking on the link below, you will be able to view this subtle, successful, short film. penny-lane Click the above link to witness the…

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From The Archives – Thrash Bus Part 4

For the first time here at fernbyfilms.com, we present the full length feature from Director Rodney Twelftree, Thrash Bus. Thrash Bus was made on a whim, as Rodney, Warwick, Andrew Newman and Nick Abbott went down to the Twelftree farm to thrash an old Mitsubishi Colt around a paddock. The ends result is a semi-documentary, semi-insane adventure, of their time. Later, upon return visits, more footage was filmed and Thrash Bus became a reality.

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From The Archives – Thrash Bus Part 3

For the first time here at fernbyfilms.com, we present the full length feature from Director Rodney Twelftree, Thrash Bus. Thrash Bus was made on a whim, as Rodney, Warwick, Andrew Newman and Nick Abbott went down to the Twelftree farm to thrash an old Mitsubishi Colt around a paddock. The ends result is a semi-documentary, semi-insane adventure, of their time. Later, upon return visits, more footage was filmed and Thrash Bus became a reality.

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From The Archives – Thrash Bus Part 2

For the first time here at fernbyfilms.com, we present the full length feature from Director Rodney Twelftree, Thrash Bus. Thrash Bus was made on a whim, as Rodney, Warwick, Andrew Newman and Nick Abbott went down to the Twelftree farm to thrash an old Mitsubishi Colt around a paddock. The ends result is a semi-documentary, semi-insane adventure, of their time. Later, upon return visits, more footage was filmed and Thrash Bus became a reality.

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