THE short film I am Emmanuel could be an Oscar contender after it was accepted into the upcoming Palm Springs International Film
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.
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.
A TROPFEST winner from Monterey has been using her skills to help people with disabilities engage in professional film-making.
The Interviewer, a new short film by Bus Stop Films gave filmmaking opportunities to 12 people with intellectual disability.
We speak to inspiring filmmaker, Genevieve Clay about shooting the short film Beautiful which celebrates the talents of people with disability.
Hundreds of indie film buffs poured into the pre SOLD OUT 9th Annual Bondi Short Film Festival at the iconic Bondi Pavilion on Bondi Beach. The winner of Best Script was Genevieve Clay’s Frances and Annie represented by Oyster Magazine and presented by Film Ink publisher Dov Kornits and Oyster publisher Monica Nakata. Frances and Annie took a refreshing, honest look at the stereotypes of disabled people and starred Tracie Sammut, an actress with Down Syndrome who has starred in numerous TV shows and films.
Young filmmaker GENEVIEVE CLAY made quite a splash at Tropfest with her funny, deeply moving film BE MY BROTHER, which was inspired by a very special young man.