Don't Tell Indi
Untitled Ripple Effect Project
You Me & Her
Don't Tell IndiIndi returns to her family home in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs after a court-ordered stint in a psych ward. Secrets and lies are brought to the surface with dire consequences. Don't Tell Indi is a family drama ghost story about gender politics, mental illness and violence in a post-truth age. The play was a highlight of The New Plot National Playwright Award and has been selected to receive further support and investment to develop the script. Winner of The New Plot Production, Don't Tell Indi will feature in 107 Presents (Sydney) in 2018.
Untitled Ripple Effect ProjectThe Inquest into the effects incest has had on one woman's life was filmed on Saturday 25th February and Sunday 26th February 2017 in Point Piper, Sydney. A play-doco hybrid writing/directing commission currently in development, the script is an intermingling of fact and fiction, based off transcripts, video and subsequent commentary, on The Inquest.
You Me & HerSelected for the American Film Institute prestigious Directing Workshop for Women, Sarah Doyle directs this short sci-fi comedy where string theory gets personal. Stars Shannon Woodward, Tina Majorino and Paula Jai Parker. Winner Audience Choice Award, Etheria Film Festival, Hollywood; Official Selection Norwegian International Film Festival; Official Selection Berlin Down Under Film Festival; Official Selection Rhode Island International Film Festival; Official Selection Portland Oregon Womens Film Festival; Official Selection Bluestocking Film Festival, Maine; Official Selection Temecula Valley International Film Festival; Official Selection Ann Arbor International Film Festival. You Me & Her will be released internationally on Shorts TV, and is in development for feature film.
AnacondaA successful lawyer tries to redeem himself by defending a killer with whom he shares a terrible past. Winner Best of Fringe, Hollywood Fringe Festival, Anaconda went on to become a controversial smash hit in Sydney, and then was translated into Norwegian and produced in Oslo, Norway. Anaconda is currently in development for feature film.