Film Victoria has welcomed three experienced screen industry practitioners to its Board.
Andrea Denholm has held senior producing and legal roles in major international and Australian production companies.
As a principal in leading production company Princess Pictures, Andrea has recently produced the groundbreaking screen opera The Divorce, comedy series It’s A Date Series 1 and 2, and the landmark documentary series Sporting Nation.
Director of the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne, Mitu Bhowmick Lange brings a wealth of experience across alternative distribution platforms and independent filmmaking.
Under Mitu's leadership, the Indian Film Festival has fostered and encouraged cultural collaboration and understanding between Victoria’s multicultural communities and also enriched Victoria’s screen industry and Melbourne’s annual event calendar.
Acclaimed Director Greg McLean rounds off the appointments. His achievements and creative directorial vision has delivered audiences thrillers including Wolf Creek, Rogue and more recently Jungle which opened the 2017 Melbourne International Film Festival.
Minister for Creative Industries, Martin Foley welcomed the new members saying “Across television, festivals and features, Andrea, Mitu and Greg have given so much to Victoria’s screen industry and it is wonderful that they will continue this leadership as part of the Film Victoria Board.”
Board President Ian Robertson also provided his congratulations on the new appointments saying “Andrea, Mitu and Greg each bring their own unique perspective based on their diverse experience in the screen industry. Their combined skills will provide significant expertise across many facets of development, production, financing and distribution to our Board.”
Ian also thanked outgoing Board members Ann Darrouzet and David Parker for their valuable contribution to Film Victoria. “Ann and David have each served on our Board for more than 8 years and their contribution has been of enormous value”, Ian said.
View our Board page for more information.