Julietta is one of three recipients of the Metro Screen ADG Open Fellowship and will travel to LA to take part in the Hollywood Field Trip!
Julietta’s television project The Bigger Woman, which she co-created with Sundance award-winner Goran Stolevski, has been shortlisted for the Sundance | YouTube New Voices Lab!
Julietta’s film Let’s See How Fast This Baby Will Go has won the ATOM Award for Best Short Fiction Film! Thanks again to the cast and crew and to Screen Australia for supporting the film.
Very exciting news: Julietta has been selected to be mentored by acclaimed US director Jamie Babbit (Girls/Silicon Valley) as part of the Australians in Film/Screen Australia’s Mentor LA program! Julietta will be mentored by Jamie over a 12 month period via Skype and then in person in LA. Big congrats also to her fellow mentees Que Minh Luu, Candy Bowers and Kodie Bedford.
Julietta has been nominated for the 1.4 Awards in London, amongst very illustrious nominees, including the incredible Wim Wenders! It is indeed an honour to be nominated!
Julietta is one of three directors (along with Jonathan Ogilvie and Brian Trenchardsmith) to be given the honour of judging this year’s Sci-fi Film Festival Official Competition!
Festival Director Simon Foster stated: “They represent the kind of instinctive visionaries that the SciFi Film Festival celebrates in its programming. We wanted to celebrate it in choosing our judges, as well.”
She looks forward to taking part!
Let’s See How Fast This Baby Will Go continues its stellar run by being one of only five films nominated for Best Australian Short at Heart of Gold International Film Festival!
Congrats to the team and all of the nominees! Such a beautiful festival to be part of!
Let’s See How Fast This Baby Will Go continues its phenomenal run: being selected to screen at the incredible Heart of Gold Film Festival and as a finalist for an ATOM Award!
The ATOM awards is the second-longest-running film and media awards in Australia (only behind the AACTAS) and celebrates Australian and New Zealand films from screen industry professionals and the education sector. LSHFTBWG is one of only four films nominated for Best Short Fiction Film (under 50 minutes) at the awards.
The Heart of Gold International Film Festival screens films ‘that are heart-warming, thought-provoking and entertaining’. As the fest says: ‘At Heart of Gold, we believe to break through to the audience on an emotional level takes a special kind of storytelling magic’. Awww, happy to be sharing the magic with you, Heart of Gold!
The amazing sound team on Let's See How Fast This Baby Will Go - our Oscar winning Re-Recording Mixer Andy Wright, Sound Designer Liesl Pieterse, Sound Recordist Ian Rumbell and ADR Recordists Diego Ruiz and Brian C Roth) have been nominated for an Australian Screen Sound Guild Award! Our film wouldn't have been the film it is without their amazing work and we’re so glad it's been recognised!
Special mention of course to our incredible composer Basil Hogios whose astounding work (and hilarious muzak) drove the film. Big thanks also to Soundfirm for supporting the film. Congrats again guys and best of luck!
Julietta was honoured to have Let’s See How Fast This Baby Will Go selected as one of a handful of films to screen in a special Australians in Film event in LA. Afterwards Julietta took part in a Q&A hosted by the amazing Charmaine Bingwa and spoke openly about growing up in poverty and how this has affected her work and her perspective on the world.
Julietta was in Palm Springs for the North American premiere of Let’s See How Fast This Baby Will Go! It was pretty special as it was the first time that Julietta, Gloria Harrison (whose true short story the film is based on) and Liv Hewson (who starred in the film and gave a powerful performance) had watched the film together. It was also wonderful seeing it in a packed cinema with a very responsive audience! Afterwards, Julietta, Gloria and Liv took part in a Q&A with the other filmmakers in attendance.
Julietta met up with Gloria Harrison, the author of the original This American Life story Let’s See How Fast This Baby Will Go (and liver of the actual events!) which the film is based on, along with actor Liv Hewson, at Palm Springs Shortfest! It was the first time both Julietta and Liv had met Gloria in person and it was really lovely for all of them to hang out at last.
Here is a lil’ interview they did at the fest:
A lovely shout out from This American Life about our Palm Springs screening!
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).
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!