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 13 to 15 November at the Sheraton Mirage on Queensland’s Gold Coast.
The eleven selected projects from Australia and New Zealand were chosen from a larger than usual field, where the level of development was high and the market readiness exceptional. It includes a number of highly experienced and awarded directors and producers.
The selected projects are:
An Imaginary Life
Penny Chapman, producer; Fred Schepisi, director; John Alsop, writer (AUS)
James Greville, writer/producer; Tori Garrett, director (AUS)
Tony Ayres, producer/director; Blake Ayshford, writer (AUS)
Kristian Moliere, producer; Kriv Stenders, director; Andy Cox, writer (AUS)
How Now Brown Cow
Fiona Copland, producer; William Brandt, writer (NZ)
Robert Galinsky & Elizabeth Howatt, producers; George Miller, director; Christopher Link-Pearce, writer (AUS)
Michael Robertson, producer; Rudolf Buitendam, director; Clive Hopkins, writer (AUS)
The Last Days of the Space Age
Beth Frey, producer; David Chidlow, writer/director (AUS)
The Last Ride
Nicholas Cole & Antonia Barnard, producers; Glendyn Ivin, director; Mac Gudgeon, writer (AUS)
The Most Fun You Can Have Dying
Alex Cole-Baker, producer; Kirstin Marcon, writer/director (NZ)
Michael Wrenn, producer; Jonathan Ogilvie, writer/ director (NZ)
SPAA gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance of the Australian Film Commission.
For further information please contact SPAAmart manager, Dale Fairbairn, firstname.lastname@example.org