Posie Graeme-Evans

Friday 20th October // Macq 01 Hotel

Posie Graeme-Evans has a decades long career writing, directing and producing as one of Australia’s pre-eminent television creator-producers. Posie was named one of Variety Magazine’s “20 Significant Women in Film and Television” for her body of work. Amongst her many national and international awards are 16 Logies, including Most Popular Australian Show (2004), for “McLeods Daughters” and two Emmy Nominations for “Hi-5″. Currently the deputy Chair of Screen Tasmania, she was formerly the Chair of the Tasmanian Writer’s Centre and a long-time board member of the Australian Film Television and Radio School. In 2016 she gave the keynote “Hector Crawford Address” at the annual Screen Producers of Australia Conference, the first woman to do so. Posie now concentrates on her alternate career as a novelist and lives in Southern Tasmania.

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