Philippa Campey’s production highlights include her debut short 'Clara' (Van Sowerwine) winning the Palme d’Or Jury Special Mention at Cannes 2005, the Gold Hugo at Chicago and screening at Sundance. Most recently Philippa produced ‘The Face of Ukraine: Casting Oksana Baiul’ (Kitty Green) which premiered at Sundance 2015, winning the Short Film Jury award for Non-Fiction and went on to screen at over 50 international festivals. Philippa’s debut feature drama ‘Galore’ (Rhys Graham) premiered internationally at Berlinale 2014 and that year she also produced a chapter of the acclaimed portmanteau feature ‘The Turning’ (‘Small Mercies’).
Philippa has produced multi-award-winning documentaries including the theatrical features ‘murundak: Songs of Freedom' (Rhys Graham and Natasha Gadd, 2011) and 'Bastardy' (Amiel Courtin-Wilson, 2008), which both continue to screen at international festivals today and have enjoyed solid theatrical releases and TV broadcasts. Other documentaries include 'Words from the City' (Rhys Graham and Natasha Gadd, 2007, nominated for five AFI Awards), 'The Fibros and the Silvertails' (Paul Oliver, 2007, AWGIE winner) and ‘The Archive Project’ (John Hughes, 2009, FCCA Best Feature Documentary).
Philippa was awarded SPAA’s Independent Documentary Producer of the Year (2008) and Film Victoria’s Greg Tepper Award (2009) for outstanding achievements in producing