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Tania Chambers Producer

Tania Chambers is a Producer and Executive Producer at Feisty Dame Productions. Tania produced the feature film Kill Me Three Times directed by Kriv Stenders, starring Simon Pegg, Sullivan Stapleton, Alice Braga, Teresa Palmer, Callan Mulvey, Luke Hemsworth and Bryan Brown. Tania also produced the feature A Few Less Men directed by Mark Lamprell and starring Xavier Samuel, Kris Marshall, Kevin Bishop, Ryan Corr, Shane Jacobson, Deborah Mailman, Jeremy Sims, Sacha Horler and Lynette Curran. A Few Less Men is the sequel to the successful comedy A Few Best Men. Her Executive Producer credits include award-winning short films One Fine Day, High Tide and Dark Whispers, A Shared Affair, and Tango Underpants. Formerly Chief Executive of two of Australia’s regional funding agencies, Screen NSW and ScreenWest, she has over 30 years’ experience within the film and television industry.

Renee Webster Director / Writer

Renee Webster is a writer and director who has successfully worked across a range of productions, including directing episodes of TV series Marx and Venus (SBS) and Streetsmartz (Nine Network). Renee was also a writer on Sleepover Club (Nine Network). She recently completed the role of Second Unit Director, was attached to Mark Lamprell on A Few Less Men and to Rowan Woods. Renee’s short film Edgar and Elizabeth was nominated for an AWGIE and Scoff and Edgar and Elizabeth, both won the WA Screen Award for Best Script. These short films screened at festivals, including: WIFTI International (Top 5 Shorts Worldwide), World Of Comedy Film Festival (Toronto), Short Shorts Asia (Tokyo), Moondance International Film Festival, St Louis International Film Festival, Rochester International Film Festival, Flickerfest, St Kilda International Film Festival, World of Women Film Festival, Perth International Film Festival, Brisbane International Film Festival and Revelation Film Festival. A highly-sought after director for TV Commercials, Renee has was a 2015 Finalist for WA Director of the Year, and is currently a 2016 Finalist for WA Director of the Year for her 2015 slate of TV commercials. Renee is the proud mother of two boys. Her Predilection is Renee's first feature.

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