This Baby is heading home!

Let's See How Fast This Baby Will Go will have its international premiere at Palm Springs International Shortfest! It's pretty appropriate that for it's first screening in the States, Gloria Harrison's universal story will play in a program with the same name as the episode in which Julietta first heard the story on This American Life. Julietta will attend the screening, supported by CreateNSW, and will be joined by Gloria herself as well as star Liv Hewson (Top of the Lake/ Santa Clarita Diet).

Proud of this Baby's nomination!

Julietta has been nominated for an Australian Directors Guild Award for Let's See How Fast This Baby Will Go! Yippee! The awards take place on Friday 4th of May in Melbourne.

This Baby wins at MIFF!

Julietta has won the Emerging Filmmaker Award at Melbourne International Film Festival for her short film Let's See How Fast This Baby Will Go! The jury described the film as 'having that all-too-rare but truly treasured quality of being able to make the viewer both laugh and cry'.


A Brilliant Career (Conference!)

Julietta has been selected to attend the Natalie Miller Fellowship Brilliant Careers Leadership Conference in Melbourne. The organisers received an overwhelming response to applications, with over 400 expressions of interest received. Julietta looks forward to attending in February!

Amazing MIFF!

Julietta has just returned from the Accelerator program at Melbourne International Film Festival! Thanks to the Australian Directors Guild for the selection as part of Screen Australia's Gender Careers initiative!

Our brilliant story shines!

Out of a record-breaking 452 applications, Julietta’s project Sunshine (with producer Eva Di Blasio and writer Lou Sanz) was one of 45 'Brilliant Stories' to be funded through Screen Australia’s Gender Matters initiative.

Victims of Crime Awareness Week

Earlier this year Julietta worked with the Department of Justice in Melbourne to direct a series of short films, sharing the experiences of people who had had someone in their family murdered.

The films have just been released to coincide with Victims of Crime Awareness Week in Victoria.