Eve Spence is an award winning filmmaker with extensive industry experience.


Eve studied film at University of Technology, Sydney and then at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne.


Eve’s short film Playground was funded by Screen Australia and premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival, travelling to over forty international film festivals and winning six awards.  Previous shorts also screened at international festivals and made television sales.


Eve is also a television screenwriter, having been commissioned for over fifteen episodes of the drama series “Doctors,” by BBC 1.  Since 2009 Eve has taught screenwriting at UTS and at AFTRS.


Prior to this Eve worked on-set as a Script Supervisor on a broad range of productions: from Danny Boyle’s zombie feature 28 Days Later to series television such as The Bill, as well as many Australian productions.


Eve currently has two feature films in development: Truesong which  was supported under Screen Australia’s Talent Escalator Programme to attend the Binger Writers’ Lab in Amsterdam in 2014/15, and Common Ground,  which Eve is co-writing with Amin Palangi.  At late stage development, this feature has had development funding from  Create NSW,  and Screen Australia, and participated in the Screen Tank and the Attagirl Development Labs.

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Liam Branagan has produced award winning short films and documentaries.


Liam brings to the role of Producer over twenty years experience in feature film, television, and commercials, primarily as an Assistant Director but also as a Scheduler and Location Manager. Liam has worked both in Australia and in the UK, as well as several other countries such as Spain and Barbados, which has provided him with extensive international overall production management experience and a wide range of professional industry contacts. He has worked mainly in drama – both long and short form, but also in comedy, documentary, reality and docudrama.


Liam is currently developing the feature films Truesong and Common Ground. Liam was Associate Producer on The Merger, a feature film released in 2018.


As a Producer Liam has completed two hour-long documentaries: Shack Life, which was sold to Foxtel's History Channel for broadcast in 2018, and A Life Exposed, which was broadcast on ABC (Australia) in June 2013, recently winning a number of awards. The short film Playground was fully funded by Screen Australia, premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival and won six awards. Six O’Clock Swill was funded by Screen NSW and sold to ARTE GEI for European television broadcast.


Liam also works as a teacher of Media Arts Production at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) and runs short courses in Assistant Directing at AFTRS. He has taught at other film schools in Sydney, including Sydney Film School and Metroscreen.  Liam is currently completing his DCA at UTS, exploring 360˚ narrative cinema.

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