Amongst some of Sydney wealthiest suburbs, young trainee cardiologist Dr Daniel Nour sets out in a converted ambulance to bring desperately needed care to the homeless. Through Dr Nour’s struggles to maintain and expand the Streetside Medics service, his commitment to his burgeoning career and young family are tested. Meanwhile the patrons of Streetside are a portal into a dystopian-esque version of Sydney, one that feels a world away from its typical glitzy facade.
Pete’s debut documentary, Pressure and Release, has just wrapped post- production and is due for release as part of The Guardian Documentaries later this year. It was funded as part of the Guardian Initiative through Screen Australia. He has also directed three short-form music documentaries which screen at the Arts Centre in Melbourne, as part of the Australian Music Vault. His exposure to talented directors across many genres throughout his years as an editor on documentaries (Harley and Katya, 2022, Martha: A Picture Story, 2019, Kings of Baxter, 2019) and commercials has given him great insight into the storytelling process.