Each door purchased now includes an exclusive thank you sketch
drawn and signed by The Doorman actor & co-directer Mark Diaco.
Spend time on set during the filming of The Doorman, with the option to be in the actual film yourself.
Spend time in the edit suite and watch the film come together.
Receive a thank you in the closing credits.
The funds received from the purchase of one of these unique collector doors we be utilised in three ways. Firstly, they pay for the artist’s commission fee, secondly, they will contribute towards the production of The Doorman and thirdly, they will contribute $150AUD to one of three charities. The buyer gets to choose which of the three charities (The Lighthouse Foundation, The Red Cross or The Asylum Seekers Resource Centre) will receive the donation.
Within the film The Doorman, doorways are utilised to explore the notion of acceptance. In a world where acceptance is being constantly retracted and where walls are being built instead of doors, we decided to explore the topic of acceptance in Australia by examining our use of doors. Our Door Night project further explored the theme of acceptance by commissioning 23 Melbournian artists to create an artwork with one simple question in mind: “What does a door mean to you?”
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Photography by Tracii Caroline