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Philippa Campey

Philippa Campey is the founder of Melbourne-based production company Film Camp. Over the past 16 years Film Camp has produced many critically acclaimed and commercially successful feature documentaries including Palazzo di Cozzo! (Madeleine Martiniello, 2021), Brazen Hussies (Catherine Dwyer, 2020), The Leunig Fragments (Kasimir Burgess, 2019), No Time For Quiet (Samantha Dinning, Hylton Shaw, 2019), Murundak: Songs of Freedom (Natasha Gadd, Rhys Graham, 2011) and Bastardy (Amiel Courtin-Wilson, 2009).

Her debut feature drama Galore premiered at Berlinale 2014.

The Face of Ukraine: Casting Oksana Baiul, (Kitty Green, 2015) won the Short Film Jury Prize at Sundance 2015 and her debut short Clara won the Jury Special Mention in Cannes 2005.

Other films have won awards at the AACTA, FCCA, AFI Fest, FIFO and Seminci Valladolid, and have screened at over 100 festivals in the world including Venice, Berlinale, Telluride, True/False, BFI London and Sheffield Doc/Fest.



Hadi Mahood has been living in Melbourne, having fled Iraq in the first Iraq war, a refugee from Samawa in Iraq’s Shiite south...


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