The three businesses and organisations listed below have banded together to produce Shorts Relief: Flicks For The Fires, donating their time, staff, resources and services to the event.

Incognita Enterprises is an independent producer of award-winning, innovative and original theatre, television and film, based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Established in 1997 by actor and Creative Director, Sally McLean, under the honorary patronage of respected British actor, Sir Nigel Hawthorne KB, CBE, we produce new theatre works and original film and TV ideas using established practitioners working alongside the next generation of writers, filmmakers, directors and actors.

Current projects include Season Three of the award-winning web series, Shakespeare Republic, starring Alan Fletcher, Michala Banas, Nadine Garner, Dean Haglund, Christopher Kirby, Sally McLean, Billy Smedley and Phoebe Anne Taylor, the feature documentary Champion, featuring Sir Roger Bannister, Sir Christopher Chataway, John Landy, Herb Elliot and Ron Clarke and television series Till The Boys Come Home, starring Nadine Garner, Christopher Kirby, Alan Fletcher, Michala Banas, Dean Haglund, Sarah Hallam, Sally McLean and Billy Smedley.

Our continuing aim is to create and produce engaging, quality productions for the stage and screen that speak to a modern audience, while   honouring those who came before.

More: www.incognitaenterprises.com

After years of studying and working in corporate marketing, The Lost Artist was established in Melbourne, Victoria to represent Claire Frost’s commitment to    following her dreams, working for herself, and collaborating with the people and brands that drive her creativity and passion. Because when you are lost, you find the opportunity to discover.

 More: www.thelostartist.com

Melbourne WebFest is Australia’s international web series festival. MWF was the fourth festival of its kind in the world, and remains the biggest celebration of web series in Australia. 

The festival honours innovative digital creators, cast and crew, presenting over 25 + awards to entrants and has featured series from over 20 countries since conception.

Melbourne WebFest was founded in 2013 to celebrate web series as an emerging and entrepreneurial medium within the screen ecology, a disruptive and innovative way to engage audiences, and a burgeoning career platform for creators and provides a space for professional development that nurtures emerging artists, early-mid careers as well as established screen producers.

We additionally present and represent a diversity that is often overlooked in mainstream media. We promote accessible content and create opportunities for new and established artists to showcase their work, to grow creatively and commercially, and we curate a program for the general public to experience the best new works and ideas in the digital series space. 

More: www.melbournewebfest.com