I am a freelance filmmaker from Australia with experience in producing, filming, directing, editing and coordinating post production services for short films and a broad range of online content.
Four of my short films have been accepted into Festivals in Australia, Europe, Canada and the U.S., including Tropfest New York 2012, where my first short ‘Elevator’ won an award for Best Actress.
I was Vice President of The Cambodian Broadcasting Network from 2012 to 2014. During this time I directed a documentary in Cambodia exploring the benefits of student travel and the exchange of cultural and trades practices.
My first feature film is a documentary retrospective on the history of Australian punk; “Defiance - An Australian Punk Revolution”.
Name: Jennifer Ross
Lives in: Melbourne, Australia
Company: Ten Speed Media
Occupation: Director, Editor and Filmmaker
Unique traits: Jazz Singer
The Hardest Night
Film (Short and Drama) Director THE HARDEST NIGHT is a cautionary tale about a young, well to do family's misadventures deep in the Australian bush.
Film (Short) Director Featuring Rob "Wedge" Francis, Tony Hallam, Noel Forsyth and Dave "Dissident" Ross, RIDE ON tells the story of four pioneering skateboarders from Melbourne, Australia. Having contributed to laying the foundations for skateboarding today, they have each created a legacy for the future of the skateboarding community and beyond. Written by Jennifer Ross
Film (Short, Drama and Music) Director Izzy Cox, Voodoo Billy singer from Austin Texas has her own unique story to tell. Raised in a dysfunctional family, she speaks of her life as a survivor of drug use, violence, sexual abuse and as a result, a childhood in and out of foster care and mental institutions.Izzy speaks candidly about her tragic early years but in the end delivers a heartwarming message. Written by Jennifer Ross
Film (Short and Drama) Director This is a short film that explores the life of a working single mother who has to deal with the realities of juggling her roles as mother and provider.
Short film, Elevator won a Best Actress award at Tropfest NY