My new time travel short film is complete. Find out more here.
Screen Queensland funded web series live now. Click here to find out more.
Take a look at the music video for "Wake Up" by local band Foxsmith here.
The post apocalyptic award winning short film is still going strong on the festival circuit. Find out more here
new music video "Bright Lights" -
We Are Darren and Riley has been selected in the first round for LA Webfest 2015. We are proud to announce that Brittany Byrnes has also been nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Episode 7. Watch it here.
Ouroboros has managed to scoop Best Short Film at the 1st China Australia International Film Festival. Congratulations to the cast and crew for this great achievement.
Ouroboros has been selected for the Adelaide Shorts Film Festival 2014! The festival runs from the 20th to the 23rd of November. Find out more here.
Ouroboros has been accepted into the Heart of Gold Festival 2014 in Gympie, Queensland. We are proud to be having the Australian Festival Premiere of the film at this great little festival in its 7th year. Find out more about the festival here.
Ouroboros will be screening at the Cambridge Film Festival 2014 today as part of the Short Fusion: Twins Part 1 program. We'll be screening with other great Aussie shorts including Die Violine and The Landing. Find out more about the festival here.
The finale of my web series We Are Darren & Riley goes live today. Everything that can go wrong will go wrong as the boys attempt to pitch their comedy show to a TV executive. Watch it here.
Episode 9 of We Are Darren & Riley is live! Will Riley finally be able to find love this week? Find out here!
Henry Boffin is an independent filmmaker and writer based in Brisbane, Australia. A graduate of the Griffith Film School he has made several short films, primarily science fiction, as well as music videos for local talent and corporate videos for clients such as Cineplex Australia and ClearView Continuity.
His last short film, Rain, was featured as part of the 2013 Cannes Court Métrage as well as winning Best Short Film at the Pittsburgh Independent Film Festival. It has gone on to be officially selected around the world for festivals such as Hollyshorts and the New York Independent Film Festival.
Henry is currently completing an Honours degree at Griffith Film School, researching the field of crowdfunding in the Australian marketplace.
ph: (+61) 424 637 441