The story of a young Aboriginal dancer as he struggles with acceptance of his culture outside of the theatre, and a real-life insight into the claustrophobic worlds of three young men who fell down the ‘blackpill’ rabbit hole have taken top honours at this year's Sony Catchlight Film Festival.
Wooden Horse company directors Jude Troy and Richard Finlayson speak about process of producing Disney+’s 'The Clearing' and the ABC’s 'Mother and Son', as well as factual projects 'Revealed: The Cape' and 'Stuff the British Stole'.
In his new role, Gillezeau will oversee the company's growing local production slate, which includes features 'Helena!', to be directed by Gracie Otto, and 'Kangaroo', to be directed by Kate Woods.
'Seriously Red' stars Krew Boylan and Rose Byrne will be recognised by the Australian International Screen Forum ahead of the film's US release in February.