Clones & Clones is a Melbourne based film and video production company established in 2013. We make motion content for brands and agencies world wide.
Sometimes this means social media content, sometimes this means longer documentaries, motion portraits for fashion & editorial, event films, television commercials and other forms of online video content.
In short, we tell brands stories through film.
Thomas Hyland is an artist & filmmaker from Hobart, Tasmania. His first major film work, Just Passing Through, premiered at the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival 2013 and was later released by SBS / Studio TV. He is the official documentarian for The Museum of Old & New Art and has worked with curator, Leigh Carmichael as well as artists' Gilbert & George and Mike Parr.
As an artist Thomas has been selected as a Next Crop Artist for Triple J, been nominated for two APRA writers awards and performed at the opening of the Museum of Old & New Art. His most recent film, How to see through fog, premiered at The Unconformity festival in October 2016. Now based in Melbourne, Thomas works as a freelance DP/Director with creative production studio, Commoner as well as through his own imprint, Clones & Clones.
For leading Australian and International brands, we develop custom film and video content strategies to get the right audience for each story, commercial or motion spot. We develop original & creative concepts and manage these through all production stages.
Our work has also been awarded by the St Kilda Film Festival, featured on Broadsheet, screened on Australian network's ABC & SBS, been hosted on the Guardian, Good Sport Issue 1 and premiered at acclaimed arts festivals Dark Mofo, The Unconformity and The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival.
Some of our clients include: