Mission Possible

​Mission Possible was the SGSCC disAbility and Empowerment Films 2014 entry into the Focus on Ability Short Film Festival. The short film won the title in the ‘Most Online Votes Runner Up’ category.

Mission Possible

SGSCC disAbility Mission Possible Movie

Transcript

A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strengths to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles – Christopher Reeve.

Good morning Mr Hunter. Your mission, should you choose to accept it involves you impersonating Boris Vanax. You are to collect a black briefcase containing an important document. This case is then to be delivered to our contact in Sydney Australia. This message will self-destruct in 3 seconds.

 

SGSCC disAbility Films presents MISSION POSSIBLE

 

Omoc Waters Bridge: Briefcase Collection Point

Hey Boss, he’s on the way.

Are you Boris?

MR Hunter we have been expecting you.

The briefcase is mine. You’re not getting it today.

If you want to live, come with me.

Evil laughter

Run, Run, Run

 

Happy Trails Park: Gotham City

Hey Alfred made me some pink cupcakes, would you like one?

No thanks Batman.

Fine. Hunter I hope your missions possible.

 

The Inner Peace Garden: Hong Kong

Geez this doesn’t look good.

Attack! (Evil laughter)

You’re not getting the case

(Evil laughter)

What’s next?

 

HMAS Vampire: Sydney Australia

Hmm, Good Afternoon Mr Hunter, I’m glad you could make it. You’re meant to be here. Did you bring the briefcase?  Let’s see what’s inside shall we. You’re going to need this.

RESUME Steven Miller

Beep, Beep, Beep

 

Steven Millers Apartment: The morning of his interview

 

A film by Byron Phillips

Assistant Director and part-time ninja - Chris Lewis

OUR CAST

Mr Hunter/Miller – Steve Mcallan

Mr Boris – David Maher

Mr X – Simon Madigan

Miss Natalia – Natalia Petrova

Evil Miss Ling – Jasmin Hung

Mr Lee – Pollen Natino

Mr Agent – Adam Williamson

 

We wish to thank the students and staff for SGSCC for helping us create our 2014 production. From building sets to making costumes and keeping us sane. It’s been amazing to work with you all.

We would also like to thank Zac and his 1989 Batmobile for supporting us this year. You are a real community hero.

No kitchen timers were harmed in the making of this film.

What’s Your Mission Today?