Just read this article in an ABC news bulletin and thought I’d re-post it here. Great to see Australian filmmakers setting their own benchmarks for innovative filmmaking by pioneering new ways to make stories and build audiences. No less with films shot in 9:16 (vertical) as opposed to 16:9 (horizontal) the usual format for film and TV. And why not when the majority of people not just here but anywhere in the world shoot video vertically just because they’re using phones and no longer using conventional cameras, digital or otherwise? Hats off to Mark Retter.