One in 5

Rita, Shaun and Charlie have dreams like anybody else but difference makes independence, earning a living and being treated as equal all the harder to achieve.

  • Zoe Harvey
    Game On, Swing Thing, Harbord Horror, Land of Love, The Honour & the Glory
  • Zoe Harvey
    Game On, Swing Thing, Harbord Horror, Land of Love, The Honour & the Glory
  • Zoe Harvey
    Game On, Swing Thing, Harbord Horror, Land of Love, The Honour & the Glory
  • Celeste Emslie
    Key Cast
  • Gerard O'Dwyer
    Key Cast
    Be My Brother, The Interviewer, Shakespeare in Tokyo
  • Vaughn Akinin
    Key Cast
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    9 minutes 21 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 1, 2013
  • Production Budget:
    15,000 USD
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  • Los Angeles Diversity Film Festival
    Los Angeles
    United States
    August 8, 2014
    Official Selection
Director Biography - Zoe Harvey

Zoë Harvey is writer/director and producer, who has been working as an independent filmmaker for the past 25 years, making short drama, comedy and documentary. A number of her shorts have won industry prizes and been screened at film festivals in Australia and around the world. Since 2011 she’s also been working in the area of disability and in 2014 two disability projects, short film, ONE IN 5 and short documentary, INGRID’S BIG JUMP! screened at festivals in Los Angeles and New York respectively. She’s a member of The Australian Writers’ Guild and The Australian Directors’ Guild and has an undergraduate Diploma in Film and TV from QUEENSLAND COLLEGE OF ART (now GRIFFITH UNI) and a Post Graduate from SWINBURNE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (now VCA). Through her company, Torrid Films, she is currently developing another short film as well as a short form comedy-drama series for TV.

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Director Statement

I developed the script for One in 5 through a series of weekend workshops in consultation with the principal cast of emerging actors with disabilities and project partner, Rozelle Neighbourhood Centre (RNC). RNC Project Producer, Susan Johnston and Principal Cast Drama Coach, Caroline Downs consulted on the script throughout the workshop and development stage. The life experience of a number of the main cast helped inform the story. This was a truly wonderful project to be involved in. I was honoured to work with the actors, and integrate their stories and perspectives into the fabric of the film.