St Kilda Films makes feature films, television and documentaries.
Based in Melbourne, Australia, St Kilda Films are well known for making high quality programs especially on social issues such as autism and the arts.
St Kilda Films’ principal is Mark Poole, an award-winning film and television writer and director with a PhD in creativity in screenwriting. Mark is the head of the Australian Directors’ Guild in Victoria, and was previously National Vice President of the Australian Writers’ Guild. Lisa French operates as a co-producer.
Mark wrote the acclaimed feature A Single Life which was screened in the UK as well as Australia, and which won an AFI Award. He has also written numerous hours of television series.
Mark is currently working on the feature documentary 88 Days A Slave with director/writer Christina Stenseth and producer Penny Robins. The film is about young international travellers to Australia who get exploited, underpaid and abused. The documentary is the recipient of development funding from Screen Australia, supported by the Documentary Australia Foundation (DAF) and selected to pitch to SBS at AIDC .
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