Closed Doors

The Capitol - RMIT University
12 May $9

Closed Doors

What happens inside someone’s head when they’re contemplating life while dealing with death?

Closed Doors is an abstract look at the process of grief and forgiveness in a time of loss, told through a young father’s thoughts as he moves through his own pain.

Co-writers Hunter and Carter work together for the second time in this portrayal of the balance of life and death, love and loss.

Please note: this short film screens alongside Marked, Between Two Lines and Transblack.

Dates & Times

  • Wed 12 May 7pm

Runtime: 90 minutes


  • Adult $9
  • Blaktix $5

Transaction fees may apply

Key Artists

Hunter Page (Wiradjuri)


  • Directors: Hunter Page-Lochard, Carter Fred Simpkin
  • Writers: Hunter Page-Lochard (co-writer), Carter Fred Simpkin (co-writer)
  • Featuring: Wayne Blair, Tasia Zalar and Tessa Rose


Wheelchair Accessible


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following program may contain images and voices of people who have died.


Contains adult concepts.

Additional Info

This film has received funding from Screen Australia Indigenous Department, Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Screen New South Wales.