Wain Fimeri – (Director)
Wain has a consuming interest in people, history and stories. His work roams from dramatic screenwriting to factual documentary, and quite often, a bit of both. He’s a writer and director of pioneering dramatized documentary, work that has resulted in prestigious acclaim from all over the world.
His most recent project was the series, Captain Cook, Obsession and Discovery. It was a Logie and AFI nominee, won the NSW Premier’s History Award, the Manning Clark House National Cultural Group Award for making an outstanding contribution to the quality of Australian cultural life, and won a Canadian Academy Award.
Wain wrote and directed the international co-production Revealing Gallipoli. The Australian newspaper said, ‘Fimeri works with a poetic restraint. A complex, appropriately brooding meditation about nationhood, morality, loss and politics.’
Wain’s television feature Love Letters from a War was described by the Sydney Morning Herald as ‘stunning, illuminating and devastating..’ It won the World Silver Medal for docudrama at the New York Festival.
The Melbourne Sun said, said of his ground breaking documentary, Pozieres, ‘It is a masterpiece’.
Wain has a number of feature films in development together with numerous documentary projects.
John Moore – (Producer)
John Moore has been producing award winning documentaries for nearly twenty years. His programs have sold to ABC TV, SBS, Channel 4, ARTE, The History Channel and TV Ontario. His programs have won numerous awards in Australia and have been screened at several international festivals.
In 2001 John produced and directed Thomson of Arnhem Land for Film Australia and the ABC. Thomson won the $15,000 NSW Premiers History Award, an AFI Award for Editing and was nominated for awards at Banff and Shanghai TV Festivals.
His 2005 documentary about Bertram Wainer, Abortion, Corruption & Cops was nominated at the 2005 Australian Film Institute (AFI) Awards and the 2006 Sydney Film Festival. John’s most recent programs, the docu-dramas Menzies & Churchill at War and Monash – the Forgotten Anzac screened on the ABC to critical acclaim in October and November 2008.
Lisa Horler – (Producer)
Lisa Horler is a writer, director and producer of documentary and new media.
Through her own company, Licketty Split, she has produced and directed documentaries for Australian broadcast – Levantes (1998) SBS, From Here to Ithaca (2002) SBS, and Made in Heaven (2005) ABC. She also co-produced Alone in A Crowded Room (2009), a documentary about adults with autism that screened recently on the ABC.
Lisa has also managed website and software projects including Kahootz 2.0 and the Somazone website, recently producing content for the Penguin Island website on the ABC.
Lisa has worked as a Line Producer/Production Manager for 360 Degree Films for the past three years, working on Menzies and Churchill at War, Monash and the Anzac Legend and The Trial.