Sorella’s Story is a 360 immersive film and hybrid dramatic recreation that was in competition at the Venice Film Festival in 2022. The film brings to life a smuggled atrocity photograph taken in Latvia in December 1941. In this immersive film, the audience follows 10-year-old Sorella on her final journey to the beach on the Baltic Sea where close to 4,000 people, mostly women and children, were murdered by Nazi collaborators.
Peter is an award-winning writer, director, and producer of both documentary and drama films. Since beginning his professional career in 1999, his films have screened in numerous national and international festivals and been broadcast around the world. With an Academy Award shortlist under his belt by the age of 26, Peter has earned the attention of critics the world over. At times he has even been called a “rising star” and one of Queensland’s best and brightest. Peter also lectures at Griffith Film School and runs the Master of Screen Production course as program director. In 2011 Peter was awarded the Griffith University Alumni Award for his achievements in filmmaking. He continues to break new ground since, including venturing into new work with local communities, writing and directing versatile short films, developing a reality TV series, and an ambitious feature film work.