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Sue Maslin with Natalie Miller in 2011.

Julia Adams Company Director

Julia Adams is a Partner at Shiff & Company, Lawyers, where she has over 15 years’ experience practising extensively in entertainment and commercial law, including advising on, documenting and assisting in structuring the financing of many Australian feature films, television and digital media projects, such as the Oscar winning animated short film The Lost Thing. In addition Julia has acted as Executive Producer on a wide range of television series including the Netflix Original children’s series Mako Mermaids. Julia has been a Committee Member of the Natalie Miller Fellowship since 2014.

Jackie Fletcher Company Director

Jackie Fletcher commenced her Production Accounting career in 2000 working for BBC Drama Series in London, Birmingham and Leeds. Since returning to Australia in 2003 she has worked on a number of successful productions across all platforms including features, drama series, telemovies, animation, reality and web series both locally and interstate, working with well-known Australian Producers such as Sue Maslin, George Adams, John Edwards, Paul Currie and Antony I Ginnane. Her latest projects include the features Sucker and The Dressmaker, and she is currently working on The Wrong Girl for Playmaker Media. She has vast experience in all aspects of production including financing/development, funding applications/rebates through to offset compilation/acquittal. Jackie is also Treasurer for the Natalie Miller Fellowship.

Sue Maslin President

Sue Maslin is an award-winning screen producer and distributor of screen content across multiple platforms over the last 25 years. Feature drama credits include The Dressmaker, 2015, winner of multiple AACTA awards; Japanese Story, 2003, winner of multiple AFI awards; and Road to Nhill, 1998. Documentary credits include Michael Kirby – Don’t Forget the Justice Bit, nominated for Best Documentary Biography 2010 ATOM Awards; Hunt Angels, winner 2006 AFI, IF and Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards for Best Documentary Film; The Edge of the Possible, 1998 Golden Plaque, Chicago International Television Competition; The Highest Court and Celebrity: Dominick Dunne, which premiered internationally at Sheffield Documentary Film Festival in 2009. Interactive documentary projects include The Life and Times of William Bligh for ABC online; Re-Enchantment, an interactive website & TV series about fairy tales; and the augmented reality work, Rekindling Venus: In Plain Sight, which had its US premiere at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival New Frontiers Program. She has also executive produced digital documentary projects including, Australian Encounters and Ringbalin.


The Natalie Miller Fellowship (NMF) NMF Brilliant Careers Leadership Program for 2017 in now open. The Program comprises of two parts, the Leadership Conference and the Mentor Program. Applications close on 16 January 2017.
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