The Herald: Genevieve Clay-Smith NSW Young Australian of the Year 2015

HUNTER native Genevieve Clay-Smith has been named the 2015 NSW Young Australian of the Year.

The filmmaker and social entrepreneur, 26, is the co-founder of not-for-profit organisation Bus Stop Films, which teaches members of diverse and marginalised communities how to create short films that voice their experiences.

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Short film on Oscar trail

THE short film I am Emmanuel could be an Oscar contender after it was accepted into the upcoming Palm Springs International Film

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Women at Work – Westpac Ruby Connection

Growing up in Newcastle, New South Wales, playing teacher when she was young, her toys making perfect pupils for an only child, Genevieve admits she appeared in more amateur theatre than she dares remember and received two nominations in the City of Newcastle Dramatic Art Awards.

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Made You Look: The Importance of Inclusion

Bus Stop Films goes where few production companies go, putting people with disability in front and behind the camera. In this exclusive article for Made You Look, Genevieve Clay-Smith tells us about the work and why she does it.

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