The Program




Helen Browning

Director, Under a Pagan Sky

Bio pending

Book tickets to Under a Pagan Sky, Saturday 8 May

Tsu Shan Chambers

Producer, Unsound

Sydney born and Darwin raised, Asian-Australian, Tsu Shan, is a multiple film, business and community service award winner. An Optometrist turned Actor/Writer/Producer, she is passionate about bringing awareness to issues that matter through telling provoking stories. She was selected as one of Screen Producers Australia’s “Ones to Watch” in 2018 and awarded the Charlies Grant Residency with US based organization Australians in Film in 2021. Tsu Shan holds multiple Post-Graduate qualifications, including Graduate Certificate in Creative Producing at AFTRS and a Master in Public Health.

She is the creator and producer of romance drama feature UNSOUND about deaf culture and pride. It was nominated for 'Best Indie Film' at the AACTA awards. It also won ‘Best Australian Feature Film’ at the Melbourne Queer Film Festival and 'Best Fiction Feature' at the ATOM Awards. Internationally, it was selected in competition for the UNICEF Award at the 32nd festival for Children and Youth in Vienna and the UNESCO-Gandhi Medal at the International Film Festival of India, among others.
Tsu Shan's latest screenplay for romance drama feature BLIND LOVE was a semi-finalist in the WeScreenplay Diverse Voices competition and quarter-finalist for ScreenCraft's Film Fund. She continues to develop her slate across TV, Features and Online formats to create unique and bold stories with underlying social impact thematics.

Book tickets to Unsound, Monday 3 May

Peter Djigirr

Producer, My Name is Gulpilil

Peter Djigirr is an Australian actor and producer. His filmography includes:

• co-director and actor, Ten Canoes (2006)
• consultant, The Balanda and the Bark Canoes (2006)
• contributor, 12canoes project (2008)
• producer & actor, Charlie’s Country (2013)
• producer, Still Our Country (2014)
• producer, Another Country (2015)
• producer, My Name is Gulpilil (2021)

Book tickets to My Name is Gulpilil, Sunday 9 May

Liam Graham

Lead actor, Greenfield

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Book tickets to Greenfield, Thursday 6 May

Rolf de Heer

Producer, My Name is Gulpilil

Rolf has directed (and mostly also written and produced) fourteen feature films of almost as many different genres, starting with Tail of a Tiger in 1984.

Born in 1951 in Holland, Rolf migrated to Australia with his family in 1959. He worked at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation for seven years, then in 1977 was granted entry into Australia's Film Television and Radio School. His films, generally low budget, have received substantial international recognition.
Bad Boy Bubby won the Grand Special Jury prize and the International Film Critics Prize at Venice in 1993, and four Australian Film Institute awards in Australia. The Quiet Room (1996) and Dance Me To My Song (1998) were invited into Competition at Cannes. The Tracker premiered to critical acclaim in Competition at Venice in 2002. Alexandra's Project was invited into Competition at Berlin, 2003, while Ten Canoes won the Special Jury Prize in the Un Certain Regard section at Cannes in 2007 and six Australian Film Institute Awards including Best Film. Charlie's Country won Best Actor Award in Un Certain Regard at Cannes in 2014 and a slew of other international and Australian awards.

Book tickets to My Name is Gulpilil, Sunday 9 May

Sally Ingleton

Director / Producer, Wild Things

Sally Ingleton is one of Australia’s most experienced documentary filmmakers and has won awards across the world over the past 30 years. Her company 360 Degree Films is based in Darwin.

Wild Things is Sally’s first feature length documentary.

Book tickets to Wild Things, Tuesday 4 May

Molly Reynolds

Director, My Name is Gulpilil

Molly specialises in screen-based storytelling and cross-platform production. She has produced, written and/or directed a number of internationally recognised websites and documentaries including Another Country, Still Our Country, What Makes Me, Twelve Canoes, Peter Churcher and The Balanda & the Bark Canoes.

Molly is a screen practitioner who is passionate about education and training. Molly has sat on course advisory and recommendation panels for the NSW Department of Education, review panels for TAFE NSW and advisory panels for TAFE SA. As a member of the CREATE Australia National Project Steering Committee, she advised on the national qualifications and frameworks for film, radio and multimedia and was a director on the Arts Training NSW and AIMIA boards. Whilst working at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, she co-developed and delivered courses with ABC Training and Development. She has taught at TAFE NSW and presented and/or lectured at Film Australia, University of Technology, University of Sydney, Macquarie University, Australian National University, University of SA and AFTRS.
Molly was an Adjunct Professor at Carnegie Mellon University's Entertainment Technology Centre in 2007 and 2008. She taught master's degree students majoring in entertainment technology, virtual environments and sophisticated game-play.

Book tickets to My Name is Gulpilil, Sunday 9 May

Daniel Tenni

Producer and cast, Greenfield

Daniel James Tenni is a West Australian artist that began his film career at Curtin University when a short he wrote and produced called “Restare Uniti” took him to the Cannes Film Festival. From there he forged a working relationship with Danish director Julius Telmer and started their company Tino Films. While working on other projects on his slate the Screenwest 3 to 1 incentive was announced and he saw an opportunity to put something forward. Julius and Daniel developed the initial idea for Greenfield by first building the world and then the characters and then making it all come together. Daniel believes in using film as a medium to inspire the world and set people free.

“We were determined to create something new, something real, not just bank robberies and car chases and Hollywood magic. We wanted something raw and confronting that could make a difference in people’s lives or at the very least inspire discussion about some of these issues that exist within our communities.”

Book tickets to Greenfield, Thursday 6 May

Ethan Tomas

Lead actor, Greenfield

Ethan Tomas is a Western Australian actor, director, singer, and composer, and is a gold member of Actors Equity (MEAA). He trained at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in the Certificate of Music Theatre and HIAT programmes.

Book tickets to Greenfield, Thursday 6 May