Lola Bond

Lola Bond has been an active contributor to Australia’s writing and directing scene since 2017 when she debuted with her play ‘Animals’, which was performed at the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre. Lola won a Young Playwrights Award for ‘Animals’ in 2017.

Since then Lola has co-written two short films ‘Spores’ (Hijacked Productions 2019) and ‘Light Beyond the Trees’ (Hijacked Productions 2018),both of which have gone on to be filmed and produced. Her most recent work ‘Eve’ (Bond Productions 2019), a short film which Lola solely wrote and directed, has gone on to be screened at a range of festivals as part of their official selection.

‘Eve’ was featured in Sydney’s Short + Sweet Film Festival, Femme Filmmakers Festival, The Heart Of Gold Film Festival and Flickerfest, where it won the Flickerfest FlickUP award for best edited short film.

Lola continues to work on writing and directing projects in her free time whilst she is studying a BFA (acting) at QUT under an elite fine arts scholarship.

Victoria Jackson

Victoria Jackson has a Bachelor Arts degree with a Double Major in Theatre Arts and Journalism (Curtin University 1997). As a third-year student, she won an AFI Screen Producers Award (WA Chapter) in 1999 for a Documentary she produced starring Andrew Denton, Julia Morris, Kitty Flanagan, Tim Ferguson and Greg Fleet “Dying is Easy…Comedy Is Hard” and sold it to the Foxtel Network.

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