Christine Rogers, writer and director

Christine Rogers, writer and director

The Team

We are passionate about character-driven films, and our vision is to explore issues of identity and belonging in worlds made strange by the mix of familiar and unfamiliar.

 

Christine Rogers with Benjamin Hoetjes

Christine Rogers with Benjamin Hoetjes

Christine Rogers writer and director. Credits: eight short films, including the short feature The Forest; one hour documentary, Remain in Light, about the RMIT Design Hub and architect Sean Godsell;  numerous educational and community video projects.

Jonathan Roper  producer.  Credits: associate producer The Legend Maker, a feature directed by Ian Pringle; producer 13 digital stories for NT Museum; numerous health and community videos.

Björn Puckler executive producer. For more than a decade Björn Puckler has been working as independent consultant and executive producer with focus on the media-/entertainment industry. Among his clients and partners are producers, writers, directors, local and international sales agents and distribution companies, post-houses and literary agents.

Robin Plunkett cinematographer, recently shot Remain in Light, an hour documentary on the Design Hub and architect Sean Godsell. He has shot many short films and the feature Baby Bath Massacre. Robin camera operated on Mary and Max and The Road to Nhill.

Clifford Hayes editor. Credits: editor of the original Mad Max, We of the Never Never and numerous other features and TV series.

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Robin Plunkett, director of photography

Craig Batty script editor. Credits: international script consultant who has worked on many short and feature film projects (including online drama); written and co-written five books on screenwriting and media writing. Craig is senior lecturer at RMIT in screenwriting.

I am Evangeline is a beautifully constructed, deeply compelling meditation on identity and mortality. Its moody, dystopian landscape provides a searing portrait of the casual cruelty and social exploitation increasingly recognisable today. “This is a film of our times. Its characters are compelling, poignant and unforgettable. Its story is edge-of-your-seat but also profoundly moving.” Robin Mukherjee, writer, Lore