Driven by a passion of all things film and after receiving a full tuition scholarship to study film in Arizona, Jordan Wippell moved from Australia to the U.S.A in pursuit of his dream to become a filmmaker.
Wearing his influences on his sleeve, Jordan has a deep love for music and an avid fascination with the dark side of existence. The 21 year old is interested in telling humanistic stories that delve into the psyche of the human condition.
Name: Jordan Wippell
Lives in: Tempe, Arizona
Company: Brandingo Films
Occupation: Cinematographer, Director, Editor and Screenwriter
The Fine Game of Nil
Film (short) by Jordan Wippell (Comedy and Drama) Director, Writer, Cinematographer With a focus on character and conversation, The Fine Game of Nil depicts a short vignette in which two nihilistic men meet in an American diner to discuss their differing views on dealing with existence. As their conversation turns into debate, the real query becomes; Who is right? This small glimpse into the human condition explores the smaller moments in life while poking fun at modern existentialism. Written by Brandingo Films
Film (short) by Jordan Wippell (Drama) Director, Writer, Cinematographer, Editor, Composer Influenced by the art of Barbara Kruger, noise rock and films like American Psycho and Little Children. MEAT explores the raw, disturbed inner thoughts of a middle-aged man amidst an existential crisis... As his darkest introspective musings are exposed, you may come to realize you both have more in common than first meats the eye. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Jordan Wippell (Horror) Director, Cinematographer, Composer Winner of Arizona's Intercollegiate 48 Hour Film Challenge 2015. UP ROUTE was written, shot and edited in two days. The team was given the horror genre, the line "Did you see that trailer?" and a potted plant as the prop. Combined they created an unnerving tale about a hitchhiker who is picked up by a strange man and his (even stranger) potted plant. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Jared Oppie (Action, Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Two factions battling over an unnamed MacGuffin. A hostage taken and tortured. And a promise that must be kept - in blood. Entry for Project Greenlight written and directed by UAT Digital Video alum Jace Oppie.
Act of Love
Film (short) by Jordan Wippell (Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Director, Writer, Camera and Electrical Department, Cinematographer, Editor, Special effects A melancholy man makes the journey back home to make amends for a fatal mistake he feels he is responsible for.
M Is for Miscellaneous
Film (short) by Jordan Wippell (Comedy and Horror) Director, Camera and Electrical Department, Editor, Actor, Special effects
Say No to Subtitles
Film (short) by Jordan Wippell (Documentary, Comedy and Drama) Director, Writer, Camera and Electrical Department, Cinematographer, Editor, Sound department, Visual effects, Costume designer, Producer, Production designer, Production manager Edward is the passionate owner of 'DVD Nation', an independent movie rental shop in the rural town of Benalla. Recently he has become concerned with the rising amount of 'Foreign Films' being rented from his store and plans too totally phase them out before it's to late. Follow Edward's journey as he goes to extreme lengths to get his foreign film message across and gives insight into a much deeper social issue than first meets the eye. Written by Production
Film (short) by Jordan Wippell (Crime and Drama) Director, Writer, Camera and Electrical Department, Editor, Sound department, Costume and Wardrobe Department This neo-noir story takes it's name from the term 'RAIN DOG' which describes 'Someone who is lost and cannot find their way'. It tells the tale of a man seeking redemption for a violent crime. Made by 18 year old student film maker Jordan Wippell, this tribute to the 40's/50's noir genre explores the inner thoughts of a broken man through a series of black and white imagery and can be seen as highly influenced by directors such as Martin Scorsese and Jim Jarmusch. Written by Production
Film (short) by Jordan Wippell (Comedy) Director, Writer, Editor, Actor Taking inspiration from work such as Guy Ritchie's 'Snatch' the film follows two delinquent youths from one of Britain's many council estates as they try and escape an unknown menace.