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Dan Prichard Producer

Dan Prichard is a film, digital and theatre producer, whose work champions identity, new writing and community and explores the dynamics between theatre and film, poetry, prose and writing for the screen in the online environment. With a degree in Film and Literature, Dan has more than 15 years’ experience in arts management, and has produced short films, devised and managed online digital projects and developed and produced web series and short films in Singapore and Australia. In 2012, in Sydney he devised The Voices Project, an acclaimed online short film project of nine short films, bringing together emerging writers and filmmakers, which has over 1.7 million views to date. He is currently producing The Passion, starring Daniel Henshall and Sarah Snook, which will premiere online in Autumn 2016.

Martha Goddard Director

Martha Goddard’s path into writing and directing began with Queensland’s College of Art (Griffith University), where she won a scholarship to the United States to spend her final year in Los Angeles. To date, Martha has directed commercials, documentaries and six short films, screening at over 30 film festivals, including Sydney Film Festival’s Dendy Awards in 2012. Most recently Martha assisted her directing mentor, Jocelyn Moorhouse, throughout production on The Dressmaker (2015) as part of Screen Australia’s Talent Development program.

Vanessa Bates Writer

An award-winning playwright, Vanessa Bates’ plays include Every Second, The Magic House, Porn.Cake and Checklist for an Armed Robber. Her work has been produced by Deckchair Theatre, Malthouse Theatre, Griffin Theatre, Belvoir B-Sharp, Black Swan Theatre, Tantrum Theatre and the Sydney Theatre Company, as well as on ABC Radio National. Vanessa has been the recipient of a residency at Cité Internationale des Arts (Paris) and at Varuna in Katoomba. She is a graduate of NIDA Playwrights’ Studio and is one-seventh of playwrights’ company 7-ON. For television she has written for the acclaimed SBS drama East West 101 and Rush. She has written and developed various comedy projects with Beyond TV and wrote the AWGIE-nominated script for ABC TV documentary 900 Neighbours. Vanessa regularly writes for ABC’s Play School.

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