Film Ink: Human Rights And Filmmaking

According to acclaimed Australian filmmaker, Genevieve Clay-Smith, movies don’t just have to entertain, they can be a positive force for change as well, as evidenced by the titles on display at the upcoming Human Rights Arts And Film Festival.

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B&T: Storytelling is it all just buzz?

In this guest post, Aussie writer, film director and content creator at Taste Creative, Genevieve Clay-Smith (pictured below), takes a look at storytelling that works and explains the reasons why…

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Nothing can be achieved alone

I’ve been totally blown away by my recent selection as one of Westpac and Financial Review’s 100 Women of Influence for 2014. It’s very humbling to see my name listed amongst so many other incredible Australian women doing great work and achieving unimaginable heights. My dear friend and mentor, Wendy Simpson OAM nominated me for the honor and just to be thought of as worthy was so encouraging on it’s own. To have actually made the list – is just… wow.

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Trust: a remarkable art form that leads to remarkable art

As a director I have discovered that, making great work doesn’t come down to me, at all, it comes down to the team around me and I think that the sooner a creative leader can realise that their ‘genius’ alone can’t produce mind blowing work, the better – for your blood pressure’s sake.

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