After completing her B.A in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins, London, Hannah graduated from the Australian Film Television and Radio School specializing in Screenwriting and Directing. Having worked on film sets for the last four years, Hannah also continues to invest time in independent projects.
In 2013 Hannah and her team won the Nova Employment Choice Award for their short documentary ‘Have you heard of Josh Gray?’
She has directed short documentaries for the Youth Drug and Alcohol Courts and the Australian Children's Music Foundation as well as producing a viral for UNICEF. Hannah was awarded the 2013 Young Writers, Ray Koppe Award.
Hannah's showreel can be viewed on her website at:
Joanna earned her BA in Broadcast Journalism with the BBC from Leeds University in the UK. Upon graduation, she relocated to Los Angeles where she began working as a commercial director’s assistant, working her way up within the film industry, before transitioning into the role of Casting Director and Head of Talent for TV and feature films. After a stint in development for Warner Music Group writing and creating original content for networks including MTV and VH1 she began her producing career with the short film Inviolate Rose. This was quickly followed by other projects including TV pilot Riding Hoods; All Rhyme, No Reason and a range of other commercial, fashion and narrative projects filmed around the world. Her company Cheeky Monkey Productions based in Los Angeles and Hong Kong creates original short and long-form content for brands including The North Face,Cathay Pacific and HSBC.
Associate Producer/ Post Production Supervisor
Marlene has a background in film and television having worked in the industry for over 15 years. She has produced and edited for clients ranging Disney Channel Australia and NZ, The Raising Children Network and the international 'Being Dad' series, and has also supported many independent productions including the award winning animated film in association with Metro Screen, 'The Money Tree' and the documentary in production, 'Inside Out'.
Marlene's showreel can be viewed on Vimeo at:
Annika Lok Yin Feign
Annika Lok Yin Feign is an American video editor raised in Hong Kong and London. She attended the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts.
At University she explored all facets of the industry through work and internships with major and independent studios. Annika has since worked as a freelance editor on projects for AIDS Concern, TEDx and Sports Illustrated Asia. After completing her first feature length documentary: The Helper, she discovered a thirst for editing documentaries that affect social change. She is now continuing her dedication to this field with the upcoming documentary Inside Out, which tells the stories of four young people with down’s syndrome who pursue their dreams of becoming professional performers.