Victoria’s films have screened in over 200 festivals and won over 70 International awards in the last four years including BAFTA and AACTA. (2016 award and an inaugural award nomination)
Her film “The Telegram Man” has played as part of the dawn service at ANZAC Cove Gallipoli for the last five years including the 2016 special Centenary service. Regarded as a film of artistic, cultural and historical significance by the OSCARS Academy Awards Film Archive, “The Telegram Man” is part of its permanent collection at the Pickford Centre in Hollywood.
Victoria well understands the power of supported collaboration and has an established creative team anchored by the beautiful images of DOP Kevin Scott and remarkable scoring by Petra Salsjö; they are a multi award winning combination.
Their latest film “Miro” written and directed by Victoria, is a WWII Western staring Mark Coles Smith, Alexis Lane, Bill Thompson and Aaron L McGrath. Shot anamorphic against the vast Australian outback, with huge “Morricone meets Interstellar” style scoring, it is a breakout film that captures the vitality, energy and screen excitement that Victoria and her team bring to their work.
Miro was nominated for Best Short Film in the 2017 AACTA awards and premiered at Melbourne International Film Festival with Victoria being invited into the Accelerator Program for directors transitioning to feature films.
Victoria is mentored by OSCAR winning film director Bruce Beresford.