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Eva Di Blasio Producer

Eva Di Blasio joined RKPix in 2013 as co-producer of web-series Mychonny Moves In (Director, Kate Woods) and the feature film Sucker (Director, Ben Chessell) and in 2014 Eva became RKPix Co-director with business partner Robyn Kershaw. In 2012 Eva was the recipient of the highly coveted Screen Australia LA Internship working with Village Roadshow and The Gotham Group. In 2010 Eva produced her debut feature film Little Sparrows (Director, YuHsiu Camille Chen), which screened at Rome International FilmFestival, Palm Springs, Cleveland, Chennai and Taipei Film Festivals and Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide Film Festivals, broadcast on UK’s Film 4 and Foxtel's Showtime. Little Sparrows went on to win the 2010 DigiSPAA Spaartan Award for Best Digital FeatureFilm, WA Screen Award for Outstanding Drama and a nomination for Inside Film’s Independent Spirit Award. Eva coproduced the award winning web series Low Life (Director, Luke Eve) and short films Photocopier (Director, Louise Alston), Bat Eyes and Boot (Director, Damien Power) for The Voices Project. In 2009 Eva produced and directed documentary short Taxi, which was nominated for a West Australian Screen Award. Eva graduated from AFTRS in 2012, with a Postgraduate Diploma in Producing and Screen Business.

Julietta Boscolo Director

Julietta Boscolo is an award-winning filmmaker whose short films have screened at numerous festivals worldwide. Julietta and Producer Eva di Blasio have received Hot Shots short film funding to bring Let’s See How Fast This Baby Will Go to the screen. In 2015, Julietta completed an attachment on Playmaker Media’s Love Child through Screen Australia’s Directors Attachment Scheme. Julietta won the 2014 ADG for Best Direction in a Short Film. In 2013, Julietta was one of nine directors worldwide invited to the Directors Lab at Binger Filmlab in Amsterdam with her feature Catching Sight. Her trip was supported by Talent Escalator Funding from Screen Australia. Julietta graduated with a Masters in Directing from VCA. That year, she was one of only 35 filmmakers worldwide (and the only Australian) to be invited to the inaugural Edinburgh International Film Festival’s Talent Lab. Julietta received assistance from Screen NSW’s Emerging Filmmakers Fund for Sam’s Gold. She was one of three filmmakers nominated for an IF award for Rising Talent. Sam’s Gold was one of a handful of films to screen on ABC’s The Screening Room. According to ABC TV, “The Screening Room showcases the best Australian short films from emerging film makers and cutting-edge visionaries”.

Lou Sanz Writer

Lou Sanz is a critically acclaimed Melbourne writer (and former comedian). Returning from London in 2006 (where she worked for the BBC, winning their Comedy Pitch Competition for A Woman’s Guide to Manual Satisfaction) Lou emerged on to the Melbourne comedy scene, writing and performing award-winning shows, along with being a National Finalist in Raw Comedy in 2008. Since than Lou has become one of the country’s preeminent storytellers; receiving the Most Promising Debut Award for her show Dear Lou, as well as critical acclaim for her show Please Don’t Use My Flannel for That (“ … a voice that deserves to be heard”, The Age). In 2012 this was further cemented with her 5-star show Neverending Storage winning the Critics Choice Awards (Time Out Magazine) at the Sydney Comedy Festival. That same year, Lou was also listed by The Sydney Morning Herald as one of “the top 10 comedians to watch”. She has also developed features with Screen Australia, Warp X, Film Victoria. In 2015 her film Ronnie & The Girls made the Top 5 in the AWG Insite Award. Currently Lou is writing a feature with Aquarius Films and developing a television series with Giula Sandler.

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