• welcome.

  • comedy

    yet tragedy


    yet repulsion


    yet heartbreak


    yet familiar


    yet banal


    yet universal


    yet whispers


    yet gentle

  • about oliver.

    presenting vibrant and surreal expressions of gender, sexuality and pop culture, oliver levi malouf’s work drifts across multiple mediums – film, visual art, installation and performance art– yet consistently presents an alternate reality that hyper magnifies the experience of being an outsider.


    his films have screened and won awards at:

    melbourne queer film festival

    national film festival for talented youth


    tropfest jr

    canberra short film festival and more.


    oliver has worked with commercial clients including:



    youtube australia


    keepco cbr

    ronald mcdonald house charities

    artsact and more.


    he has a ba in screen from the australian film television and radio school.

  • “...seeing lgbt+ people on screen in stories made by other lgbt+ people is always a good thing...”

    feature by katherine mcleod

  • recent projects.

  • what's your flava?

    series produced by oliver levi malouf

    6 x 5min // webseries // 2017

    what's your flava? is a new reality dating show created in collaboration with the australian film television and radio school - featuring only bisexual participants.


    the show aims to fill the gaps in a market saturated in predictable reality content and ask the question – what if everybody was a potential match? already getting glowing reviews from hornet, pedestriantv and filmink, what's your flavour is the show to be watching right now!


    with over 500 000 views currently, it is one of the fastest growing reality web series online!


  • want to see what you've been missing on what's your flava?

  • stardust

    dir. oliver levi malouf

    5min // short film // 2018

    during a mental breakdown, christian - a drug addicted drag queen - is abducted by a lonely and mysterious alien. but can they both help each other before their time runs out?


    a short film dealing with addiction, identity and loss, stardust screened at the melbourne queer film festival this year as part of the australian shorts showcase in front of a full house. it is currently entered into a number of international festivals, with hopefully more screenings to come.


  • screen work.

    dear future me


    project created in collaboration with youtube australia's "creators for change" initiative against hate speech.



    music video for blues band hucker brown and their new single Falling.



    short travel film made for expedia australia on the unseen side of modern sydney.



    music video for pop musician dyan tai's single Smoothie.

    magic man


    short film accepted into flickerup, canberra short film festival, national film festival of talented youth and more.

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