Kate Croser joins SAFC board
Producer Kate Croser has been appointed to the South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) board.
Croser’s first feature film, Granaz Moussavi’s My Tehran For Sale, was the winner of the 2009 IF Independent Spirit Award.
In 2010, Croser was the recipient of Screen Australia’s inaugural producer internship at Film4, and went on to produce Anthony Maras’ The Palace, the winner of the 2012 AACTA award for Best Short Film.
In television, Croser produced two seasons of Danger 5 for SBS, nominated for AACTA Best TV Comedy for each season.
Along with Sandy Cameron, Croser founded Hedone Productions in 2012. Hedone produced The Infinite Man, the feature film debut of writer/director Hugh Sullivan.
Croser also produced the documentary film Michelle’s Story with writer/director Meryl Tankard, winner of the Audience Award at the 2015 Adelaide Film Festival.
Most recently, Croser co-produced Mushroom's Boys in the Trees, the first feature film from writer-director Nicholas Verso. It recently screened in official selection at both TIFF and Venice.