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Tim Anastasi discovered film at a very early age in his suburban family home. Born to migrant parents, his works are heavily influenced by the multicultural experience that defined Sydney’s Inner West. 

After graduating with a B.A in Media and Culture at Macquarie University, Anastasi continued to pursue his passion for artistic curation at the UNSW’s College of Fine Arts. He studied B. Fine Arts in Performance, Installation and Culture at the college. Later in his studies, he travelled to New York where he developed a familiarity with analogue photography. It was also where Anastasi began to stylise and refine his art practices through his time at Alfred University.


His first exhibition was held shortly after his studies. The solo exhibition was held at Galleryeight, The Rocks Sydney featuring photography, sculpture and mixed media with emphasis on hyper-minimalism.


In recent years, Anastasi has developed a unique film style by teasing the conventions of cinema vérité. He has been working with television, short films and continues to experiment in the field of documentaries. From 2014 to 2018, Anastasi directed his first feature documentary Black ANZAC. The documentary was completed and aired on SBS in 2018.





2007 UNSW College of Fine Arts Sculpture Finalist 

2008 Solo Exhibition at Galleryeight, The Rocks Sydney

2014 Amazing Thailand Film Festival: Finalist

2017 Forced Marriage wins 2017 Amnesty International Australia Media Awards

2018 Black ANZAC premieres on SBS

2019 EXposicion de Fotografia, Photography Exhibition, Colombia

2020 BUKA, Exhibition Bali - postponed

2020 Back to Nostalgia Exhibition - Luna Studio Sydney

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