Laura E. Bray is an Aussie writer based in NYC. She has written for both stage and screen. Her most recent TV series Undocumented is under option with Escapade Media and 412 Entertainment. Laura studied at La Trobe University (majoring in Literature) and The National Theatre Drama School (Victoria). Since her move to NYC, she has studied at The Gotham Writers Workshop, New Dramatists, The William Esper Studio and Blueprint Screenwriters under teachers such as Annie Baker & Timothy Cooper. Her work has placed as quarter-ﬁnalists and semi-ﬁnalist in the Austin Film Festival, The Webby Awards, The BlueCat Screenplay Competition, Gateway LA/ Australians In Film & IFP Week.
Miriam Glaser is a Melbourne-based actor and writer. She has trained at the Atlantic Acting School in New York, RADA in London, The École Philippe Gaulier in Paris, The Suzuki Company of Toga in Japan and Second City in both Chicago and LA. Her credits include Utopia (ABC), Olivia NewtonJohn: Hopelessly Devoted to You (Channel 7), Shaun Micallef’s New Year’s Rave (Channel 10), Winners & Losers (Channel 7), City Homicide (Channel 7), Tangle (Showtime), The Happy Man (ABC pilot), Very Small Business (ABC), Altruman (ABC iView), Blow (MIFF) and Fergus McPhail (Channel 10/BBC).
Charlotte George has written and directed more than 100 short ﬁlms, many of which have screened at ﬁlm festivals and won awards around the world. In 2016, she was one of two directors selected for the Channel 4/ Director’s UK Women’s Directing Scheme. She was the online director for Series 3 of EastEnders: E20 (BBC3), as well as writing and directing a new online drama series aimed at teenage fathers, Me and My Dad. Other work includes directing the EPK’s and other supporting materials for BBC dramas Happy Valley and The Honourable Woman, Russell T. Davies’ Banana for E4, and Paul Abbott’s No Offence.
Julie Asriyan is a New York-based filmmaker, actor, director and editor. She has served as an editor on narrative and documentary films, web series, new media and music videos. Her recent 60-second film HOME, an allegorical take on her own experience of forced displacement, has been named a finalist in director’s Terry George x Creative Armenian human rights film challenge.
A multi-cultural and multi-lingual creative and performing artist whose personal projects focus on storytelling through the female gaze and the experience of otherness.
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