Kaye Harrison is a documentary filmmaker who approaches all stages of production with the very highest level of personal integrity. Kaye began her career as a DOP and has worked both in Australia and overseas on high profile projects including THE REAL WORLD – NEW YORK 2001 and THE OSBOURNES 2002. Kaye has also worked across a number of other factual genres including The 7:30 Report, Dateline, Insight and Stateline. More recently Kaye has begun directing and shooting her own documentaries. She is drawn to topics which have a profound physical, social and emotion impact on the lives of individuals but are largely unexplored as they are plagued by fear and ignorance. In 2005 Kaye directed and filmed CROSSING THE LINE which was broadcast on ABC-TV and won a number of awards. THE LONG GOODBYE is her second documentary and will broadcast on ABC-TV in 2011. Whilst developing her own documentaries, Kaye continues to work as a director/DOP (2nd unit) on the landmark series LIFE@1 2006, LIFE@3 2008 and LIFE@5 2010.
Gina Twyble has had an extensive career in the production of documentaries and drama. Throughout the 1990s Gina worked at Film Australia overseeing the production of more than 40 documentaries made by some of Australia’s finest directors and producers.
Since then, she has formed her own production company, Luminous Films, and continues to work in feature film, TV drama and documentary. Her work has been screened at festivals around the world, and has been nominated for awards, including the Dendy EAC Award (winner 1999), IF Award Best Documentary (nominee 2007), Best Narration and Merit Awards at International Wildlife Film Festival, USA (2009), Best Feature Documentary at Reel Earth Festival, NZ (nominee 2009) As a documentary producer, her credits include STEEL CITY, OUR DROWNED TOWN, FLOUR, SUGAR, TEA, CHASING BIRDS, FERAL PERIL and THE LONG GOODBYE.