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.
Julietta recently directed the brand campaign for Medibank and TBWA\Melbourne. The commercials will screen in both cinemas and on broadcast television.
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'.
Julietta's feature screenplay Catching Sight has placed in the top 15% of entries for the Academy Nicholl Fellowship out of 7,102 submitted!
We're very excited to announce that Julietta's film Let's See How Fast This Baby Will Go will premiere at Melbourne International Film Festival in August! The film will screen as part of the Australian Shorts program: http://miff.com.au/program/film/lets-see-how-fast-this-baby-will-go
Julietta's film Let's See How Fast This Baby Will Go has been preselected for Cannes Critics Week by the festival's Artistic Director Charles Tesson!
Sam's Gold has been signed for distribution by Shorts International, the world’s leading short film entertainment company!
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!
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!
The scenes Julietta directed for Love Child are now available to view at: https://www.9now.com.au/love-child/season-3/
Julietta directed a number of scenes, including the opening scenes of the two episodes she worked on with the brilliant Miranda Tapsell and Andy Ryan! One of the scenes has been viewed almost 11,000 times on facebook!
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.
Julietta and producer Eva di Blasio are one of eight teams to receive Hot Shots short film funding from Screen Australia to bring Gloria Harrison's short story Let's See How Fast This Baby Will Go (as featured on the This American Life podcast) to the screen!
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.
An article on Screen Australia's Directors Attachment Scheme, which Julietta took part in earlier this year: http://thescreenblog.com/2015/11/03/directors-attachment-scheme-mentors-australian-directors/
Julietta joins Rey Carlson, Kriv Stenders and Luke Eve as a director at PLAYBIG FILM! PLAYBIG will represent Julietta exclusively for TV commercial work: http://www.campaignbrief.com/2015/10/director-julietta-boscolo-join.html
Screen Director magazine interviewed Julietta about her Director's attachment with Geoff Bennett on Love Child. Head on over for a listen: http://www.screendirector.org/podcast/2015/julietta-boscolo-love-child
Julietta has just been selected as Geoff Bennett's director's attachment on Playmaker Media's Love Child through Screen Australia's Directors Attachment Scheme, a joint Screen Australia-Australian Directors Guild initiative!
Julietta wins the Australian Directors Guild Award for Best Direction in a Short Film for Sam's Gold!
Amongst other acclaimed nominees Alex Ryan (Ngurrumbang) Josh Tanner (The Landing) and Sean Kruck (Snowblind), Julietta took home the award at a packed ceremony at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney .
Sam's Gold has been selected for St Kilda Film Festival's Top 100 shorts! The film plays May 28, 7:45pm at The Astor."Celebrating its 31st anniversary in 2014, the St Kilda Film Festival is Australia's largest and oldest short film festival. Accredited by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, it is now an Academy Awards® qualifying event." http://www.stkildafilmfestival.com.au/2014-s2/