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Director: Poppy Stockell

Poppy’s first documentary, Searching for Sandeep, was commissioned by ABC TV; it premiered internationally at Hot Docs 2008, took out the Audience Award at the 2007 Sydney Film Festival, and sold to broadcasters internationally including SVT Sweden, Logo USA, and Arte France/Germany. Poppy has since directed and produced for many of Australia’s major broadcasters including ABC TV (Bushwhacked!, Exhumed), NITV (Move it Mob Style), FOXTEL (Embarrassing Bodies Down Under) and SBS (The Block: Stories of a Meeting Place). The last of these won a prestigious Walkley Award for Australian journalism, and both series of Move It Mob Style were nominated for Logie Awards.



Score: Colin Stetson

Colin is a saxophonist and multireedist, and touring member of Arcade Fire, Bell Orchestre and Bon Iver. Colin’s astounding physical engagement with his instruments produces emotionally rich and polyphonic compositions that transcend expectations of what solo horn playing can sound like. His extended saxophone techniques cover advanced circular breathing, multiphonics, altissimo, microtones, vocalisations, percussive valve-work, clicking keys, and growling.

Editor: Jason Last

Jason is a pioneer in the world of Fashion Film and has worked with the likes of Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Esteban Cortazar, Vogue Italia, Haider Ackermann, Nike, ERES, Anja Rubik’s 25 Magazine, Emanuel Ungaro, Missoni, and Kanye West. Well known for his unique aesthetic; Jason infuses each video with a dark, eerie elegance and mysterious sensibility that masterfully connects art, fashion, and film.



Cinematographer: Jody Muston

After picking up her first camera at 12, Jody has been capturing the world through images ever since. Her energetic and innovative take on the world around her always sees her collaborating in new ways with each director, allowing them to fulfil the potential of any project. Whether it’s drama, documentary or commercials, every job is a passion and an opportunity to reach further into the depths of visual possibilities. Jody’s work has seen her shoot all over Australia, high in the Himalayas, in the jungles of Papua New Guinea, India, Mongolia and Borneo.