Steven J. Tandy

Short film

When an Indigenous girl finds an injured staffy dumped in a garbage bag, she undertakes an emotional and dangerous journey to stop those responsible from hurting again.


In a small regional town in Victoria, introverted Indigenous teen Ji (14) finds a stray staffy roaming her street. She offers the dog immediate love and comfort but shortly after a ute approaches and Ji is confronted by Terry, owner of the local scrapyard. Also in the ute is Ji’s …

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About Steven J. Tandy

Steven J. Tandy is an emerging writer/director/producer from Bacchus Marsh, Regional Victoria. He was awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship to study the Bachelor of Film and Television at Swinburne University. He graduated in 2013 with a focus on writing and... View Steven J. Tandy's Bio

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Steven J. Tandy

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