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Silver Screen Pictures

Along side uber talented Director/Producer Alex Barnes, Justin Morrissey has been working for the past 7 years alongside a team of creatives who share our vision for presenting the best most innovative ideas to screen. Silver Screen Pictures is a company with fantastic ideas for the screen just bursting at the seams. Their home is sunny Brisbane, but the world is their oyster. They can bring ideas to life from concept to delivery; whether micro doc, TVC, split screen video installations, anything you can dream up. They love screen media and are determined to create unique and compelling content that raises the bar and expectations for both clients and audiences. Their work is broadcast credited and has appeared on ABC TV, Foxtel’s NITV, Qantas Inflight domestic and international, and at film festivals around the globe and online.  The creative spirit, drive, determination and vision is what brings to life the colourful and vibrant stories to audiences.

In his background of film production, programming and production, he has worked for the Brisbane International Film Festival, Asia Pacific Screen Awards, the Sydney Film Festival, Antenna International Documentary Film Festival. He produced the award winning ‘Not a Willing Participant’. He holds an Advanced Diploma in Screen and Media Multiplatform Producing from Metroscreen.

You can visit their webiste for more information HERE


Weekend Notes – Writer

Justin has been writing for Weekend Notes for only a short period of time – you can view his work by clicking below: 


You will find articles about what is happening around Brisbane, Queensland and Australia wide. If you’ve got an interesting event or scoop you’d like to promote, please contact Justin to write about it. 



BNE ART – Writer

In 2014, Justin began covering the art scene in Brisbane for BNE ART

BNE ART is an independent digital visual arts guide. The information network is updated with the latest events and opportunities, alongside current local arts information. The platform is available through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, iPhone, Android and the Web.

BNE ART is a live-archive resource and access point for the online public wishing to learn more about Brisbane’s visual arts sector. With the purpose of audience development and education, BNE ART continues to develop into a more resourceful, critical and functional tool for a local, national and international audience.

This initiative has been supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and is proudly produced by Vegas Spray ARI.

Check out the link below for more info: