Honeyhouse Films is an Australian independent film production company specialising in arthouse dogma feature films. It was founded in 2011 with the intent of making strong and engaging content for local and international markets.
Some of the ideas behind our work are also made for art gallery and museum audiences with past exhibitions held at the TATE Modern, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, and the Gallery of Modern Art Brisbane.
In 2014 the company acquired the rights to the produce its first narrative feature film Last Man in Vegas followed by Black Garden in 2016 and All that Ends in 2018.
Honeyhouse Films has a regular film market, festival and seller presence throughout all world territories made for theatrical, home video, VOD, airline, and ancillary platforms.
Tammy Honey is an Australian producer known for the feature films Black Garden and Last Man in Vegas. Her past work has been screened in over two hundred festivals and maintains a strong presence at international film markets. Tammy's interest in arthouse films, especially from the Australian, Eastern European, Russian and Balkan regions influence her filmic sensibilities captured from her line up through both cinematography and sound composition.
Shaun Wilson is an Australian auteur director, producer and cinematographer known for the feature film Black Garden, Last Man in Vegas, and the 51 Paintings Suite. Drawing from his influences of Bela Tarr and Aleksei German, his work lends itself to Eastern European arthouse dogma cinema which often is characterised by black and white cinematography, minimal dialogue, and his preference for working with non actors as a ploy for realism over entertainment.