SPAAmart announces projects

09 October, 2009 by IF

Press release from SPAA

The Screen Producers Association of Australia (SPAA) today announced the feature film projects from Australia and New Zealand for this year’s SPAAmart, which runs from 18 to 19 November at the Westin Hotel in Sydney.
 
The ten selected projects from Australia and New Zealand were chosen from a larger, more diverse and well-developed field than usual. The projects selected have an eye for an audience and are terrific examples of their genres.
 
The selected projects are:
 
Australia
The Insect King          Bridget Callow, Producer, Priscilla Cameron, Writer/Director.
Darkroom                   Lisa Shaunessy, Antonio Barlin, Producers, Galvin Scott, Writer/Director.
Melt                             Della Churchill, Producer, Sofya Gollan, Writer/Director.
Surviving Georgia      Kate Whitbread, Anthony Woodcock, Producers, Sandra Sciberras, Writer/Director.
Hidebound                 Rob Gibson, Producer,  Josh Reed, Writer/Director.
Geography      Helen Bowden, Michael McMahon Producers. Emily Ballou, Writer, Tony Ayres, Director.
Sentido            Monique De Groot, Producer. Andrena Finlay EP., Andrew Lawrence, Writer/Director
 
New Zealand
Two Little Boys      Vicky Pope, Producer. Tim White, EP., Robert Sarkies, Duncan Sarkies Writers. Robert Sarlies, Director.
Rocking Horse Road   Angela Littlejohn, Producer, Brian Challis, Writer/Director.
Summer Rhapsody      Leanne Saunders, Producer, Stephen Kang, Writer/Director.                     
 

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SPAA Conference, 17 – 20 November 2009
SPAAmart, 18 – 19 November 2009
The Westin Hotel,  Sydney,  New South Wales
 

For further information please contact SPAAmart manager, Scottie Connolly, e: scottie@spaa.org.au   

Principal Partner Screen Australia with Major Partner New Zealand Film Commission
SPAA acknowledges the financial assistance of Screen Australia
Supporting Partners FTO and South Australian Film Corporation
Principal Sponsors SPAA Conference SPAA and Events New South Wales

 

 

 

 

 

 

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