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Funny Rabbit

Biddy O’Loughlin Writer/Director/Producer

Biddy O’Loughlin is a writer, director, producer and actor from Alice Springs, NT. She began in the theatre, putting on her first full length musical at 18. At 22 she found enthusiastic audiences for her one-woman show, The Girl Who Thought She Was Irish, which debuted at the Edinburgh International Arts Festival. The show was semi-stand up, poetry and songs. Biddy is a compelling storyteller and the show broke even, which was unheard of from a self-produced first-timer at the festival. Her second solo-show was Funny Rabbit. Always interested in film and experimenting with Super 8, Biddy went to the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) when she came back to Australia. In 2015 she was the recipient of the Lionel Gell Scholarship for excellence at the VCA. Biddy used the $10,000 to produce her graduation film, Ten Thousand; a darkly funny western with a feminist twist.

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