Emma Wilson - Producer and Production Manager

Biography:

Emma has worked in the Tasmanian film industry since 2012 on various productions ranging from Short and Feature Films, to web series, TV series and commercials. Emma has experience in most departments, from Runner to Unit, but generally AD, Production or more recently Producer. Emma is keen to help build up the Tasmanian film industry from within, utilising the talented cast and crew and the beautiful locations this state has to offer.

Filmography:

2017 Producer - "Grey Matters" - Proof of Concept

2017 Producer's Attachment - "The Nightingale" - feature film

2016 Producer - "Tasmania by Massimo Mele" - lifestyle pilot

2015 Producer - "Love Train" - Raw Nerve short film

2015 Production Manager - "The Top of the Hill" - short film for Rolf de Heer

2014 Production Manager - "Nulton" SBS web series pilot

2014 Producer - "Nameless" - short film

2014 Production Secretary/Script Assistant - "The Kettering Incident" - TV Series

2013 Producer's Attachment - "Noirhouse" - ABC iView web series

2013 Production Manager - "Blue Shirt Green Tie" - Raw Nerve short film

2013 Production Manager - "Hormones - The Musical" - Raw Nerve short film


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Emma Wilson is a Hobart based Writer, Producer and Production Manager. She has worked on over 30 film and TV projects in Tasmania since 2012 including ABC’s ‘The Outlaw Michael Howe’, Foxtel’s ‘The Kettering Incident’ and Jennifer Kent’s latest feature fi

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