Past Successful Graduates
Angie FielderSchool: Griffith Film School (GFS)
Field of Studies: Film
Major Achievements: Angie Fielder is a producer and co-founder of production company Aquarius Films. Her films have won numerous awards and screened in high profile film festivals all over the world.
Angie’s feature film Wish You Were Here, starring Joel Edgerton, Felicity Price and Teresa Palmer, opened the Sundance Film Festival in 2012 in the prestigious World Dramatic Cinema competition. The film received rave reviews in Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, and 5 stars from Empire Magazine.
Projects Angie is currently producing through Aquarius Films include Kieran Darcy-Smith’s second feature film Memorial Day with US producer Ted Hope (21 Grams, Happiness), David Barker’s feature film debut The Second Coming, TV comedy/drama Sleepless written by Alice Bell, an untitled feature film collaboration with Brendan Fletcher (Mad Bastards), ARIA award-winning folk-pop musician Sarah Blasko and Archibald-winning portrait artist Del Kathryn Barton, Strawberry Fields – another feature film with Kieran Darcy-Smith, and romantic comedy The Post Office written by Emma Vuletic and Justine Flynn.
Angie has produced and production managed over 15 hours of television for a variety of networks including SBS, Discovery Channel, the Nine Network and Aurora. She has worked for the British Film Institute and the Sydney Film Festival, and holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts in Film and Television Production from Griffith University.
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