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Jessica Redenbach will serve as the director.s attachment on Matchbox's.Hide and Seek..
Redenbach will work with director David Caesar, who is directing two episodes..
"The chance to work with a filmmaker of David.s calibre is just thrilling. I.m appreciative that such opportunities exist and offer my sincere thanks to everyone who makes the Directors Attachment Scheme possible."
Redenbach has form as a screenwriter (Spirited, Rush), as well as a writer/director, with her latest short Tender premiering in the International Competition at Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival and winning the Australian Directors Guild Award for Best Short Film.
Hide and Seek is the story of a routine murder investigation that leads to the uncovering of an international network of identity fraud. »
- Staff Writer
Emerging Australian director Lucy Gaffy has been selected as the director's attachment on upcoming Cjz TV drama Bond.
Gaffy, who has directed shorts including Dream Baby, The Gift, The Fence and The Love Song of Iskra Prufrock, will be attached to feature film and TV drama director Mark Joffe on Bond, which is currently in pre-production..
The industry incentive program is funded by Screen Australia and managed by the Adg for emerging directors to develop their craft.
Gaffy said she was excited to work with a filmmaker like Mark Joffe, "a storyteller whom I have so long admired - and deeply grateful to Kingston, Franky and all the marvellous team at the Adg for their continued support of emerging directors."
Gaffy is a Masters graduate of the Australian Film Television and Radio School (Aftrs)..
She has been working in the industry for over seven years across a broad range of productions including short films, »
- Inside Film Correspondent
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