I made my first short film in 2004 and now make at least one short film each year.

Odd One Out
(7 min, family, comedy, puppetry animation, 2020)

Struggling to fit in to a new community a lonely doll goes on a journey of discovery.
Shot on a phone in lockdown at our home in Sunshine Melbourne.

Awards & Selections:

Winner - Most Original Idea - Mobile Festival, North Macedonia

Winner BEST FILM (Lockdown category) - Sunshine Short Film Festival, Melbourne Australia

Honorable Mention - Capricorn Film Festival, Australia

Official Selection - Mobile Festival, North Macedonia

Official Selection - Dhaka International Mobile Film Festival, Bangladesh

Official Selection - Dublin Smartphone Film Festival

Official Selection - Reel 2 Real International Film Festival for Youth, Vancouver Canada

Official Selection - Perfect Light Film Festival, Broken Hill, Australia

Official Selection - Toronto Smartphone Film Festival, Toronto, Canada

My Ghoul
(5 mins, comedy horror, 2018)

Fed up with standing in corners waiting to scare people, a lonely ghoul decides to leave her desolate damp mansion and go searching suburbia for a man.

Awards & Selections:

Sunshine Short Film Festival


Warburton Film Festival
Winner BEST FILM (Open category)

Setting Sun Film Festival
Winner BEST COMEDY and nominated for BEST FILM WEST

Nundah Film Festival

Altona Beach Film Festival

Reel Escape Film Festival

Bayside Film Festival

Official Selection:
Warrandyte Film Feast
Unrestricted View Film Festival, London
Revelation Perth International Film Festival
World of Dark Comedy

Tofu Man
(5 mins, documentary, 2013)

Tofu Man is an unexpectedly candid portrait of Duc Nga, a former Vietnamese refugee who came to Australia, seeking a better life after being orphaned at fourteen years of age. Weaving Duc's story with his tofu making business makes for a film of surprising poignancy.

Shot on a Samsung Galaxy S2 mobile phone.

Awards and Selections:

St Kilda Film Festival
Nominated for Best Documentary

Sunshine Film Festival, Melbourne
Winner Best Film, Mobile Category

Shepparton Short Film Festival
Winner Best Documentary

Setting Sun Film Festival
Winner: Best Documentary, Best Cultural Diversity
Nominated for Best Director, Best Screenplay

VietFest International Vietnamese Film Festival, California USA

Ninja Knitters
(5 mins, documentary, 2019)

A group of determined women give a lonely superhero some style.

Dog Fruit
(4 mins, comedy, 2019)

Stepping into a very sticky situation, eco-warrior Mrs Ticklebottom faces her toughest challenge yet, dealing with dog poo on the streets.

Winner - #Nucleus Jury Prize 2019, awarded by the Goethe-Institut NZ for the best eco-tourism/ sustainability short film shot on a mobile phone.

Official Selection - Wild By Nature Film Festival 2020

Millennium Man
(5 mins, documentary, 2015)

A short documentary about the odd but iconic statue that once stood in a car park in Sunshine, west Melbourne.

WINNER: People's Choice award, Setting Sun Short Film Festival.

Man Cave
(5 mins, comedy, horror, 2018)

Pete has locked himself in his shed, thinking he might be a werewolf. Luckily he has his phone.

Official Selection: Smart Fone FilmFest SF3 - screened at Sydney Opera House.


Cook Book
(7 mins, comedy, 2011)

A no-dialogue comedy about a hapless bachelor trying to cook the perfect meal.

A co-production with Distant Object Productions

Directed by Martin Briggs-Watson and Andrew Robb

Best Open Film - Shepparton Shorts Film Festival 2012
Audience Award - Down Under Berlin Film Festival 2012
Creativity Award - Forster Film Festival 2012
Audience Award -
Sandfly Film Festival 2012

Corte a Ponte (Italy)
Halyfest (Ireland)
Outbox (Lebanon)
Thame (UK)
DownUnder Berlin (Germany)
Witney (UK)
Abu Dhabi Environmental Film Festival
Cambridge International (UK)
Huesca (Spain)
Crystal Palace (UK)
NYC Food Film Festival (USA)
Aesthetica (UK)
Feast For The Eyes (USA)
Vermont International (USA)
Food Film Festival Amsterdam (NL)
Forster (Australia)
Sandfly (Australia)
Shepparton Shorts (Australia)
Cin´┐Ż Soupe (France/Belgium)

Dinner with Donna
(5 mins, comedy, 2016)

When Bob meets Donna for dinner he is hoping for romance
but Donna has something entirely different in mind.
A twisted tale of bad science, bad food and a very bad possum.

Inspired by the comedies of Mel Brooks, David Zucker et al.

Leave Me Alone  
(7 mins, comedy, 2004)

Sam escapes to a tranquil Australian beach seeking solitude, lazy sunshine and the soothing hush of the ocean. However, it's not long before his estranged girlfriend left far behind in England tries to track him down.

Made by Andrew Robb and Martin Briggs-Watson

Noel's Goal  
(5 mins, comedy web-series pilot, 2010)

A hapless Australian backpacker zigzags around London on a quest to find the father he's never met.

*** RUNNER UP - BEST WEBSERIES - Raindance 2011 ***

Vegemite-Marmite Taste Test
(3 mins, comedy, 2007)

A short promotional video for The Vegemite Tales stage play in London's West End 2007.
This video went viral with over 100,000 views.


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Andrew Robb Films, award winning friendly filmmaker based in Sunshine, Melbourne. I am a videographer and video editor, offering a friendly one-stop-shop, producing corporate videos and content creation for social media, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube websites etc. Sunshine is in Brimbank, west Melbourne Victoria Australia.