Su Goldfish is producer and manager of UNSW Creative Practice Lab in the School of the Arts and Media. Su produces performance and media works, mentors students, and collaborates with academic staff and artists.
Su facilitated a project for UNSW that adapted three of artist William Yang’s performance works into screen-based works. Su was co-producer of My Generation, Blood Links, and Friends of Dorothy, all of which screened on ABC1 and in film festivals locally and internationally.
Su studied documentary at AFTRS (2010) and has worked for 25 years as a performer, writer, filmmaker and producer. As a writer/director her short films include: Trace (5mins, 2011), which screened in film festivals and exhibitions including Museum of the History of National Socialism – Cologne, and Ciao Meow (5mins, 2009), which screened at Mardi Gras Film Festival and the Torino Film Festival.
Her other projects can be viewed at Su Goldfish Projects.
Carolyn Johnson is an independent documentary and drama producer. She co-produced Tanna, an Oscar-nominated award-winning feature set in Vanuatu with director/writer/producers Bentley Dean and Martin Butler. Tanna has screened in over 25 festivals and won numerous awards including the Audience Award at Venice Critics Week. In 2017 Tanna was nominated for Best Foreign Language film at the Academy Awards.
In 2007 she produced, script-edited, and co-distributed the acclaimed feature film Son of a Lion, which won awards and screened in festivals around the world and in Australia.
Her documentary credits include A Law Unto Himself (ABC1, 2012), Stumbling in Hillary's Footsteps (ABC1, 2013), the landmark 4 x 1hr series First Footprints (2013, ABC/Arte), Over The Edge (NITV), Are You My Mother (2 x 52mins, 2009, SBS), and Divorce: Aussie Islamic Way (55 mins, 2011, ABC).
Martin Fox's recent directing credits include William Yang's My Generation, Blood Links, and Friends of Dorothy. Martin has worked professionally as an editor for the last 35 years in the film and television industry. Feature productions include 6 Plots, Dalkeith, and Deeper Than Blue.
Television documentaries include: Riot or Revolution: Eureka Stockade, (ABC); Bob Brought the War Home; Me! Me! Me! & ADHD; The Choice: Personal Stories About Abortion; Alter Ego; and Endangered (all for SBS).
In the performing arts community, Martin has edited several works notably Margie Medlin's dance film Morphing Physiology; and Ros Warby’s dance performance Monumental, and Tower Suites. Martin completed his Bachelor in Fine Art Honours at Sheffield Polytechnic, UK in 1985.
Script editor/Voice Over Director
Louise is a director of Girls’ Own Pictures which recently produced the internationally successful lesbian road movie All About E. She attended the National Film and Television School in London, and has a Masters in Writing from University of Technology, Sydney. Her award winning documentary To Russia with Love screened in more than ten countries and received Highly Commended in the Radharc Irish Television documentary awards.
Louise was a semi-finalist in the prestigious Nicholls Fellowship Screenwriting Competition (the Academy Awards for unpublished Screenplays). Sometimes known as “The Script Doctor”, Louise is an experienced script editor on both Documentary and Drama projects. She has been a speaker on numerous panels and a selector for Flickerfest and WIFT festivals. Louise has taught film and scriptwriting at the University of Wollongong, the University of Technology Sydney and Sydney Film School.
An accomplished electronic artist, guitarist and experimental cellist, Liberty's stylistically-diverse music and soundscapes have provided the sonic environment for works across art forms including performance, film and installation for more than two decades. Her sonic constructions engage both the digital and the analogue/organic, seeking to explore and exploit the tension between them.
Her commissions include numerous artists and production companies including Serious Theatre Collective, The Street Theatre, Rakini Devi, DeQuincey Company, Platform 27, Liz Lea Dance, Urban Theatre Projects, Melbourne Workers Theatre, Film Australia, SBS, ABC, BBC, Belvoir St, Pact Youth Theatre, Akira Isogawa, and Performance Space.
Yulia Akerholt has worked in sound for the screen since graduating from the Australian Film, Television and Radio School in 1996. She has worked as a dialogue editor or sound effects editor on over 30 feature films, and has collaborated with leading sound designers Sam Petty, Liam Egan, and the late Andrew Plain. In 2013 she was the co-supervising sound editor with Andrew Plain on John Curran's film Tracks, and last year she was one of the supervising dialogue editors on George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road.
She has been nominated for six AFI awards, and won two (for Little Fish in 2005 and Samson and Delilah in 2009). Yulia is currently in her third year of serving on the Australian Screen Sound Guild's Executive Committee.