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TIFF Filmmaker Lab 2018 - Amie Batalibasi

Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF): Filmmaker Lab

TIFF is a festival that I’ve always wanted to attend, so when I found out that I’d been selected for the TIFF Filmmaker Lab I was over the moooooon! 22 filmmakers, with feature films in development, were selected from around the world. And I’ve got to say that these peeps were […]

Mustangs TV Series Director Placement

Matchbox Mustangs TV Series Director Placement

I’ve just finished up a Director Placement on ABC ME’s Mustangs FC with Roger Hodgman who’s directed TV shows like Secret Life of Us, Blue Heelers, City Homicide and recent episodes of Wentworth. “Mustangs FC is a goal kicking comedy drama about girls who are abandoning the sidelines and starting their local football […]

Rosa - Regina Lepping in Blackbird short film directed by Amie Batalibasi

BLACKBIRD SBS OnDemand Screening 2017

BLACKBIRD is here! ••• 2018 EDIT: BLACKBIRD has been released by Ronin Films and is available to watch via Vimeo On Demand or DVD: More Information ••• Our short film BLACKBIRD has played at film festivals around the world and now after the recent national screening on NITV, it’s officially available to […]

Solo Exhibition at Blak Dot Gallery in Melbourne

‘Aeasi: As far as the eye can see above the sea’ – a Solo Exhibition by Amie Batalibasi OPENING NIGHT: Thursday 5 October 6:30pm DATES: 6 Oct – 22 Oct 2017 ARTIST TALK: Sat 21 October, 2pm WHERE: Blak Dot Gallery, 33 Saxon St, Brunswick VIC 3056 (Enter via Dawson St) FACEBOOK […]

ABOVE: With actors Rosa & Shrut on the set of FRESH: Episode 3. Image: Dana Simon courtesy of FRESH.

PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD FOR BLACKBIRD, WEB SERIES SHOOT & OTHER NEWS

Māoriland Film Festival is an international festival that celebrates Indigenous voices and storytelling in film. Each March, Māoriland presents a selection of the most distinctive Indigenous works from around the globe. BLACKBIRD was included in the official programme and Amie was able to participate in the 72 hour filmmaking challenge Native Slam – […]

My Sundance Acceptance Speech – Merata Mita Fellowship

Firstly I’d like to acknowledge the traditional owners of this land, the Ute peoples. And pay my respects to elders past and present and also acknowledge other First Nations peoples in the room today.  Being here with you all, the other indigenous fellows, is an absolute honor and a privilege. […]