Stephan & Andrew Robinson
Filmmakers, Travellers, & Storytellers
We're an Australian filmmaking duo with an interest in anything from documentaries to fantasy. We're always keen to collaborate on new projects and discover new things.
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For valour in the face of danger. Inspired by St. George - Saint George lived in the Middle East at the end of the third century. He was an officer in the Roman army and was martyred for his faith around the year 303. Today he is remembered as the patron saint of England and Georgia (both countries bear the Cross of St George on their flags), cities such as Beirut and Moscow, as well as of soldiers and farmers. --- There are tales I hear of days most dire of heroes, of battles, of dragon fire. But heroism is a narrow road, a path of pain not oft bestowed for there one holds to truth in the face of lies and stands to stare death in the eyes. It is a path soaked through with sweat and tears, that weaves through dungeons to the points of spears. Where worldly honour is dragged through mud and the price of valour is payed in blood. Yet the resolve resounds through the tormentor’s worst and the tormentor tires of torment first For the hero rises time and again the war to win and truth defend. In perils and poison to choose to fight, and in the coals and flames to find the light, by such are the flames of honour fanned, And on such shoulders do the kingdom’s stand. The furnace of valour grows not cold, And so long as it burns, so shall the tales be told. --- Created by a total of two people in a garage during the Covid lockdown Made with support from our friends at Transfigure Media: http://transfiguremedia.com Follow The Brothers Robinson on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/thebrosrobinson
Jacobean: Virtual Art Exhibition
Support our mum's art with a purchase at: https://www.redbubble.com/people/olgarobinson/shop Filmed in October 2019. About the exhibition from our mother: The Jacobean age (from Latin Jacobus, “James”), is the period of visual and literary arts during the reign of King James 1st of England (1603-1625). Jacobean design was expressed in many different mediums. The art of embroidery for example, which had already been in practice for many centuries before the reign of King James 1, benefited greatly. Its art form was perfected during this period and its popularity became widely spread. It was done on many of the things commonly seen in any Jacobean home including; cushions, wall-hangings, fire screens, and bed-hangings. Other mediums also benefitting by the Jacobean design, include architecture and furniture. However, such designs were not confined to England alone, but have found to be common in many different cultures through the centuries. My own Russian culture, for example, has designs developed over time that are very similar to those of the Jacobean era. Such beautiful colours always brought a little “Russian Radast” (Russian joy) to my daily life growing up in Russia. It seems to me that the common creative drive has always been to express the beauty found in nature to the common things in use in every-day life. Consequently, on discovering Jacobean design I was immediately drawn to its colourful beauty also. This led me to use it in my own art and craft, incorporating it with my own Russian designs. This exhibition is my wish to share the beauty with others so that many can enjoy a little daily joy in the common things of life and celebrate with me, the artistry of times past.
Ants are Jerks
No ants were harmed in the making of this motion picture Made for the #NFS60 challenge https://nofilmschool.com/nfs-60-second-film-challenge And for the Film Riot "Stay at Home" Film Challenge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zpOgKDyn_M Follow The Brothers Robinson at: https://www.facebook.com/thebrosrobinson/
A struggling film writer seeks inspiration at the bar. But the bartender is more than he appears... Originally created for the 2019 Unscene Film Competition in Australia. Produced by The Brothers Robinson Filmed in Sheffield, Tasmania at the Sheffield RSL & Citizen's Club. Original music by Luke Standridge: https://soundcloud.com/lukestandridge Follow The Brothers Robinson on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/thebrosrobinson/
A journey to a new kind of 'normal'. Inspired by a quote attributed to St Maximus the Confessor (a sixth century monk): 'Christianity is an entirely new way of being human.' --- The ordinary has no taste and I am done with the norm. Tired of water that doesn't run cold and of sunlight that never feels warm. Show me a path from the feelings of night, of standing in darkness with nothing in sight. Teach my eyes to see as never before Your presence, in peace, and in the middle of war. Be the answer to questions that burn in my brain. Through the sands of my soul send Your torrents of rain. Transform me now from what I have been, to hear words never heard, and sights never seen. For humanity's path through the eons and ages was nought but a preface for a new sheaf of pages... A new story is writing and now is in reach, and its Author comes, the story to teach. Teach us a new way... to be human. --- Follow us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/thebrosrobinson/
The Rite of Holmgang (Viking Short Film)
A young warrior must overcome both sword and shield as well as the rage behind them, when he takes his father’s place in a duel. A short film in the Old Norse Language Original score composed by Luke Standridge: https://soundcloud.com/lukestandridge Featuring the song 'Trisahion' by Cappella Romana: https://cappellaromana.org Follow us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/thebrosrobinson/ Filmed in Tasmania, Australia on a budget of zero dollars Cinematography/camera by Andrew Walton: http://andrewwaltonfilm.com Sound recording by Bent Eared Records: https://www.bentearedrecords.com Sound design by Mahoney Audio Post: http://www.mahoneyaudiopost.co.uk Follow The Brothers Robinson on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebrosrobinson