Former Clemenger BBDO Melbourne creative director, Sarah Hatherley was featured in the advertising industry must visit site Campaign Brief with her opinion piece on this years Oscar's debacle. As an ex-advertising creative, Sarah understands the power of screen stories to
LA VERITE FILMS JOINS FORCES WITH INDUSTRY HEAVYWEIGHT MARK FENNESSY AND HELIUM PICTURES TO DEVELOP USE OF FORCE TV.
Internationally revered and respected, Mark Fennessy is an innovator, entrepreneur and creator of premium content across all facets of the production industry. Mark has overseen an extraordinary portfolio of television franchises and super brands, having steered independent label Crackerjack, before
Anyone who’s listened to the last couple of episodes of Use Of Force will know why Hatherley was stunned to be nominated for Spotify Rising Star Award. Without co-producer, David Curry, and his passion for podcasts, Sarah and Brigid would
With an extraordinarily successful advertising career as creative director at Clemenger BBDO Melbourne before she started directing commercials, Sarah eventually left the industry to focus on her longform screenwriting and directing. At the recent "Can You See Me?" workshop in
Hatherley selected for Film Vic / SBS / Arena-media program but forced to bow out early due to recent move to Sydney.
Film Victoria has partnered with SBS and Arenamedia on a new initiative to develop and finance low budget feature films from under-represented Victorian voices. Designed to accelerate the development of a slate of creative-led fiction features, turning early draft scripts
Delighted to be one of 8 filmmakers selected to participate in Australian International Screen Forum’s Women in Screen Workshop 2020, a 6 week industry-focused lab led by female film and television professionals from Australia and the US.
In the final episode of Use of Force, Brigid discovers the dark secret threatening to cast a shadow over the Sydney Olympic Games. Revealing the shocking true extent of the force’s failures towards teenage sexual assault victims, while reflecting on