Miles Roston is a writer, director and producer. He has just completing directing the feature drama film, Game (produced by NMNC Films) a psychological suspense drama set against the subleties of racism. Other completed films include the theatrical documentary Refugees, Who Needs Them? (coproduced with Keydocs/Keyfilms)about refugees from Libya, Ethiopia, Bhutan and China, distributed in NL May and Fall 2013, and Make It Real (to me), focusing on HIV/AIDS' impact worldwide and Other drama includes the children's series, Aliens Among Us, combining live action and animation. His book Kevin’s Questions, also on the HIV/AIDS epidemic, featured a forward by Nobel Prize laureate Desmond Tutu.
He is represented by Robert Taylor of Ken McReddie Associates, packaging the new dramatic films Three Seconds and The Confrontation, to be produced by Thierry Potok.
Our staff and partners have years of experience in filmmaking, as well as human rights. Miles is also an avid photographer.
Make It Real (to me)
This is the story of a young man's courage, inspiring others like him to bring about change, set against the background of the AIDS epidemic and the turmoils of Africa.
“A moving and insightful program.”
- Sydney Morning Herald
“As many people as possible should watch it, strapped down A Clockwork Orange-style if necessary. Great stuff.”
- The Australian
“Kevin’s story really does make the staggering global HIV/AIDS figures, and the heartbreak felt by the 15 million AIDS orphans, painfully real.”
- The Age
Produced in association with Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Sundance Channel, Channel 11 Thailand, TG4 Ireland. Producers: Pierre Peyrot and Veronica Sive