Two sisters miss their cousin’s wedding to go on a drug fuelled bender. 

Selected for Aotearoa Short Film Lab
Finalist for the FutureCreative Initiative 

Don’t Forget To Go Home

short film 

written&directed by Victoria Singh-Thompson
produced by Lottie Aspinall & Linus Carey Gibson
starring Monica Kumar, Remanika Chaudhry, Nadia Zwecker & Joshua McElroy

World Premiere: Melbourne International Film Festival 2020 

Improvised and filmed with a real life couple, ‘I Love You’ follows a mentally unstable woman and her boyfriend over the course of a single night.
Starring Hannah Rae-Meegan and Archie Oxenbould
I Love You
Written&directed by Victoria Singh-Thompson

Official Selection Melbourne Underground Film Festival 2018
Official Selection Scottish Mental Health Film Festival 2019
M A N I C Exhibition at the 2019 Big Anxiety Festival

Winner: Best Short Drama at the Scottish Mental Health Film Festival 2019

Music Video
Directed by Victoria Singh-Thompson
Cinematography by Emma Paine
Editing by Lily Davis
Production Company: Sweetshop

Iluka - Fall Apart Again 

Set in 1901, a young Indigenous boy begins work on an isolated sheep property and forms a connection with the owner’s daughter. 
Swallows | Shame
Written and Directed by Victoria Singh-Thompson

Official Selection 2019 Flickerfest Film Festival
Sundance Ignite 2019 Finalist supported by Sundance
Official Selection 2019 Byron Bay Film Festival
Official Selection 2019 Canberra Short Film Festival

Runner Up Best First Nations Film - Canberra Short Film Festival 2019

Commissioned by the Sherman Centre of Culture and Ideas (SCCI) and the Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS), Cinderella is a charity fashion film. Cinderella must enlist the help of the fairy god-mother to help her design an adaptive dress for the annual ball.
Starring Bridie McKim 
Cinderella            Written&directed by Victoria Singh-Thompson
Featuring Romance Was Born

World Premiere - 2019 CinefestOZ Film Festival
2019 Canberra Short Film Festival

2019 Byron Bay Film Festival 

2019 Focus on Ability Film Festival
Winner: Judge’s Choice Award and Best Australian Actor at the Focus On Ability Film Festival 2019