06 June 2018 - Follow My Way Official Selection for NIFF 2018
We're pleased to announce that Follow My Way has been chosen for Official Selection in the Noosa International Film Festival 2018. Find out more about the festival here.
30 May 2018 - Plastic Bag Ban Campaign
Check out the online campaign I directed to ready the Queensland public for the plastic bag ban. Thanks to Y&R Group for having me on board.
23 May 2018 - Follow My Way Trailer released
Watch the official trailer for Follow My Way, my new short psychological thriller here.
08 May 2018 - New Short Film 'Lavender' to be funded by ScreenQLD
My short film 'Lavender' has been selected for funding in the 2018 round of Screen Queensland grants. Find out more about the winning applicants here.
09 January 2018 - Gilligan's Island Promotional Videos
Humdrum Comedy are fortunate enough to be producing the Australian stage adaptation of Gilligan's Island the musical! I was invited to create a set of new promotional videos for the show. Check them out here.
Henry Boffin is an independent filmmaker and writer based in Brisbane, Australia. A graduate of the Griffith Film School he has made several short films, primarily science fiction, as well as music videos for local talent and corporate videos for clients such as Volvic Water and ClearView Continuity. He now works at Humdrum Comedy, a collective based in Brisbane whose first web series, Hitstroke FM was sold to TVNZ's on-demand online channel and premiered in March 2016.
His short films, Rain and Ouroboros, have both featured as part of the Cannes Court Métrage and between them have won awards at the Pittsburgh Independent, Silver Wave and China Australia International Film Festivals. They have also gone on to be officially selected around the world for festivals such as Hollyshorts, Flickerfest and the New York Independent Film Festival.
In 2014 Henry completed an Honours degree at Griffith Film School, researching the field of crowdfunding in the Australian marketplace and in 2015 he undertook a much coveted director's attachment on the set of ABC's Rake, working under ADG award nominated director Peter Salmon.
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