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2018-2019 Enterprise People

  • Writer/director Bjorn Stewart and producer Shaye Guillory will each undertake a placement at Los Angeles production company Rideback, where they will develop their professional skills through a bespoke program including reading and evaluating feature film and TV scripts, participating in creative meetings and drafting pitch documents.
  • Screenwriter and filmmaker Catherine Kelleher will advance her career as a development executive in a placement at Lingo Pictures, where she will be mentored by development producer Donna Chang.
  • Producer Diana Fisk will expand her producing skill set in a placement with Film Art Media, supervised by award-winning producer Sue Maslin.
  • Impact producer Georgia Quinn will undertake a placement at Together Films in London where she will work on the UK impact campaign for the release of Australian documentary 2040, as well as develop professional networks through attending key international events.
  • Filmmaker Katrina McGowan will be mentored by director Janine Hosking in a placement at independent documentary company iKandy Films.
  • Producer Liliana Munoz will work as Associate Producer in a placement with Seven Studios’ Scripted Comedy department, under the mentorship of producer Linda Ujuk and Head of Comedy Michael Horrocks.
  • Filmmaker Miranda Nation took on a directing attachment with director Jocelyn Moorhouse on upcoming television series Stateless. This will assist Nation in transitioning to long-form television as she works on her own series Aleph which has received development funding from Screen Australia.
  • Director/producer Sierra Schrader has built her industry experience working alongside director Rachel Perkins on upcoming series Black B*tch, in a placement with Blackfella Films.
  • Producer Leanne Tonkes will take part in Inside Pictures 2019, where she will attend sessions in LA and London with speakers from film financing, producing, sales, and talent management. Tonkes is one of only 20 film executives, and the only Australian, to be selected for the program in 2019.
  • Screenwriter Philip Denson attended Imagine Impact, a content accelerator program in LA which aims to cultivate storytellers and bring them together with producers. This allowed Denson to work with top screenwriters and showrunners to take his projects from idea stage to fully-realised stories, as well as develop strong international networks and understanding of marketplace needs.
  • Producer Robyn Kershaw will attend Trans-Atlantic Partners 2019, a training and networking program for experienced screen producers, where she will represent her slate of projects currently in development. Kershaw has secured one of only three places reserved for international producers outside of the EU, USA and Canada.
Disclaimer:  Screen Australia has undertaken all reasonable measures to ensure the accuracy of this information at time of publication. If you have any updates please contact Enterprise.