Genevieve named as one of the University of Technology’s ‘Towering 10’ alumni
Meet the high-achieving alumni who’ve become success stories in Australia and abroad. Their contributions have enriched the fields of science, medicine, mental health, sports, philanthropy, journalism and more.
Filmink: Bus Stop Films Break Through with Experimental Short
Heartbreak and Beauty is Australia’s first short film entirely written and performed by people with intellectual disability to screen at an Oscar qualifying film festival.
MTV: 9 young aussie filmmakers who are about to blow up
These writers, directors and producers are the Aussies who are making the film industry sit up and pay attention. We’ve teamed up with HP in their search to find the next generation of top Aussie filmmakers who bend the rules. Here we profile these nine young Australians with exceptional talent and just exactly how they’re about to hit the big time.
Genevieve speaks at Commonwealth Day event in the presence of the Governor of NSW
Genevieve encouraged the delegates at the annual Commonwealth Day celebrations to be mentors to the younger generation and help young people who need a leg up in society.
MX: Bold and Beautiful
Heartbreak and Beauty is a new short film from Bus Stop Films, Co-founder and NSW Young Australian of the Year describes it as “an experimental film which boldly shares the experiences of students with disability through dance, poetry and visual metaphors.”
Genevieve is featured in Topman’s The Film Issue
Genevieve seems to be good at pretty much everything! She’s even the NSW Young Australian of the Year and her work cleverly blurs the boundaries of documentary and creative film…
Genevieve talks at Halogen’s National Young Leaders Day conference!
Genevieve was asked to share her story with two thousand young leaders at the Halogen, National Young Leaders Day conference in November 2014!
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.