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Emma Macey-Storch is an award-winning Director/Producer of community led documentary and fiction projects in the UK and Australia . To date she holds 23 International awards and her work has been featured on BBC Wales, S4C and ITV to name a few.  Emma is also the founder of social justice fillmmaking initiative Some Kind of Squirrel Productions.
Adam Farrington-Williams  is an experienced Australian independent documentary producer, specialising in feature, online and TV documentaries. Adam has produced a slate of successful documentaries for ABC and online, as well as, feature documentaries Winter at Westbeth & The Coming Back Out Ball Movie, both attracting impressive festival and cinema runs.
Geoffrey Smith is a double Emmy award-winning Director/Producer with over 25 years experience in Documentary film production. Geoffrey was at the BBC in London for over 10 years, has made 24 films for all the major U.K broadcasters, and both his feature documentaries (The English Surgeon & Presumed Guilty) have won Emmys, numerous international awards, and had extensive cinema and film festival runs.  
Clement Dunn is an Australian production lawyer who has provided legal services on numerous documentaries and feature films, including; Putuparri and the Rainmakers (2015), The Family (2016), Ghosthunter (2018), (winner of the DAF Award for Best Australian Documentary), Strangerland (2015), Oddball (2015), Red Dog: True Blue (2016) and the Academy Award-nominated Lion (2016). Clement has served as both Executive Producer and Associate Producer on multiple productions and is currently on the board of directors for the Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC).
Tony Nagle is an Australian accountant who has provided both financial and Executive Producer services on numerous documentaries and feature films, including;; Berlin Syndrome, Down River, Ruin Emo the Musical and The Coming Back Out Ball Movie
Dipanjali Rao is an Our Watch award nominated writer on family violence with experience in multiple roles on short and feature films (Little Black Dress (2009), Nayana Bhandari, founder of one of Australia's leading Indian cultural organisations - Oorja Foundation and writer/associate producer on multiple short film projects within the Indian community in Australia (Brides of Broken Dreams 2015, ).

The film also has a great post-production team award-winning post-production house The Post Lounge. (The Butterfly Tree, RocKabul, Patrick and Hannah Gadsby - Nanette). The rest of the team includes; Editor Claudia Rowe  Director of Photography Rudi Siira., Sound  Tim McCormick,  Subramanian Mani and Assistant Producer Georgie Smibert  Additional production support by  Rahul Negi (Second Unit DOP), Gaurav Joshi (Gaffer).  with additional story and cultural consultancy by Aparna Ananthuni. Those listed, make up just a small selection of our dedicated crew.

Geeta is a Some Kind of Squirrel  Production


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