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Courtney Botfield Company Director

Courtney Botfield is a communications, marketing and management specialist with 20 years of experience in independent film across development, production, distribution and exhibition in Australia and the UK. She has worked across the globe on many prolific and prestigious projects, including the Edinburgh International Film Festival as Head of Press, the re-opening and running of the beloved Chauvel Cinema in Sydney, and most recently, as General Manager of Transmission Films. Courtney has managed many successful distribution campaigns that have followed both conventional and innovative models including The King’s Speech, Samson & Delilah, The Railway Man, Balibo, Boy, The Eye Of The Storm, Antichrist, Amour, Mad Bastards, Shame and My Year Without Sex. Courtney is the recent recipient of the 2015 Natalie Miller Fellowship which recognises and nurtures the next generation of female leaders in the Australian screen community and inspires them to achieve outstanding success at the most senior levels of the business.

Tracey Mair Company Director

Tracey Mair has been one of Australia’s leading film and television publicists for more than 25 years. Her company has extensive experience across film and television production, film distribution, television broadcast and Government screen agency media relations. Tracey has been unit publicist on numerous Australian film and television productions, including most recently, Holding the Man, Top of the Lake 2, Lion, Cleverman and Mao’s Last Dancer and has managed the national PR campaigns for various high-profile Australian and international feature films, including Shine, The Railway Man, The Sapphires, Holding the Man, Mystery Road, Suffragette and the upcoming films Lion and Goldstone. Tracey has also worked with producers to self-distribute films, including Mystery Road, Once My Mother and Gayby Baby. Tracey Mair manages Australian and international marketing and PR for Goalpost Pictures Australia, and is currently working with the company on the international roll out of the television series Cleverman. Tracey has attended several Toronto and Cannes Film Festivals and provides strategic communications and PR advice to industry organisations including Screen NSW, AFTRS, SPA, Screenrights, Good Pitch2 Australia and the ADG. Tracey began her career as a journalist and has a Bachelor of Communications (Journalism) from RMIT.

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