Victoria Wharfe McIntyre

Victoria Wharfe McIntyre

Screenwriter

Sydney, Australia

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December 2011
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About Victoria

Victoria has worked on a variety of community, commercial and documentary projects on the web and in theater, film and television

She has written and co-written several short films including Blood on the Chandelier, which was nominated for an Australian Film Institute award. Her short film The Telegram Man staring Jack Thompson, Gary Sweet and Sigrid Thornton was awarded the BAFTA LA for best foreign short, nominated for Best Short in the 2012 AACTAs and has won numerous international and Australian awards. It has played as part of the dawn service at Gallipoli in 2012 and 2013.

Her feature film script Clara on the life of pianist Clara Schumann reached Top Semi-Finalist in the American Producers Association 2012 competition, she has written for Four Stars International LA and is a development executive with OSSCCA screen services. Her feature scriptHorrie’s War has just been awarded Best Feature Screenplay in The Good Dog International Film festival 2013.

Victoria has recently completed her first older children’s novel Follow Your Nose and is writer/director on the TV pilot Eldest Of None with producing partner TV Production House based in Sydney. Eldest Of None is a one hour coming of age family TV drama.

Victoria is currently in pre-production on a new Australian film, developing a film project with Jack Thompson and has co-written Luna, a Chilean feature film with Amerindia Films slated to shoot early 2014

Victoria has worked on a variety of community, commercial and documentary projects on the web and in theater, film and television.

She has written and co-written several short films including Blood on the Chandelier, which was nominated for an Australian Film Institute award. Her short film The Telegram Man staring Jack Thompson, Gary Sweet and Sigrid Thornton was awarded the BAFTA LA for best foreign short, nominated for Best Short in the 2012 AACTAs and has won numerous international and Australian awards. It has played as part of the dawn service at Gallipoli in 2012 and 2013.

Her feature film script Clara on the life of pianist Clara Schumann reached Top Semi-Finalist in the American Producers Association 2012 competition, she has written for Four Stars International LA and is a development executive with OSSCCA screen services. Her feature scriptHorrie’s War has just been awarded Best Feature Screenplay in The Good Dog International Film festival 2013.

Victoria has recently completed her first older children’s novel Follow Your Nose and is writer/director on the TV pilot Eldest Of None with producing partner TV Production House based in Sydney. Eldest Of None is a one hour coming of age family TV drama.

Victoria is currently in pre-production on a new Australian film, developing a film project with Jack Thompson and has co-written Luna, a Chilean feature film with Amerindia Films slated to shoot early 2014

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