Orientation week at university. A group of students is introduced to a beautiful sculpture… with an ugly reputation. It couldn’t be true. No? Find out in 6 scary minutes.

A short horror film produced by LUMA (La Trobe University Museum of Art) and shot on location in the lush grounds of La Trobe University. Soul Catcher was written, shot, performed and edited by a group of adolescents from City of Darebin Youth Services. Their work was facilitated by 3 artists from Black Hole Theatre.

BLACK HOLE ARTISTS: Nancy Black, Zoe Scoglio, Tim Webster.

Special thanks to Anita La Pietra from La Trobe Museum of Art, Jacqui Faliszewski from Darebin Youth Services, and the La Trobe Media Department. DVD design by Nicole Dominic.

This project was supported by:

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