FishFilms is a production house that believes in the power of social change through media
Jude Kalman is an award-winning documentary maker from Queensland's Gold Coast. In 2018, having worked for over a decade with creative agency "fotomedia", she followed her passion for storytelling in the charitable sector, starting her own production company particularly focused on social enterprise, charity, and organisations working for transformative positive change in the world.
Jude has received Australian Cinematographers Society awards for her work with Swell Sculpture Festival, CMAA awards for her documentary "Uncontained Love: Love>Fear" (which also debuted at the 2017 Gold Coast Film Festival), and co-produced "Aussie Mum African Heart" with Carrie-Anne Greenbank, broadcast nationally on the Nine Network in Australia.
Her showreel highlights her directing and filming skills, and superior editing experience across a variety of sectors; skills which are now being applied to help NFPs promote their work to their key audiences
https://vimeo.com/262165509
Official Selection
UNCONTAINED LOVE : LOVE > FEAR
YoFiFEst, The Yonkers Film Festival
New York
2020
Official Selection, Award of Excellence
UNCONTAINED LOVE : LOVE > FEAR
Docs Without Borders Film Festival
2018
Official Selection
UNCONTAINED LOVE : LOVE > FEAR
Gold Coast Film Festival 2017
2017
Winner - Compelling Film / TV / Video Content 2018
UNCONTAINED LOVE : LOVE > FEAR
CMAA 2018
Hometown
Gold Coast, Queensland
Gender
Female
Married To
Glenn Tozer
FishFilms is a production house that believes in the power of social change through media