Who are we?
Organon Films is an independent arts organisation. Organon is defined as a system of principles for philosophic or scientific investigations; an instrument for acquiring knowledge. Our philosophy is to seek meaning in action, words and thought in our lives and the lives of our characters. We collaborate with many individuals, businesses and organisations, but work independently. We exist in an environment of change in Australian media. We are a multi disciplinary organisation, working across, arts, culture, film and photography. We have great expectations for the works we produce. Check out the films and photography section for trailers, photos and info on Organon produced work.
A little Background:
Organon Films is an initiative by Gary Paramanathan. Gary wrote and edited the short film Finding Kamal, which formed the basis for a trilogy exploring themes of love, loss and resurrection. Finding Kamal was followed by This Woman’s World, a film exploring the final night of a woman in desperation to save her lover. The last piece of the trilogy is Unbearable, Not Impossible (currently in production). Unbearable returns to the theme of death and the possibility of resurrection. From the production of these films and a heavy involvement in arts, culture and media, Gary Paramanathan set up Organon Films. Organon Films not only does film, but photography, and an arts/project coordination. We hope to develop our projects further and be cutting edge and culturally relevant.