Katrina Mathers

Katrina Mathers

Actor, Director, Editor, Producer, Script Consultant and Voice Artist

Melbourne, Australia

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About Katrina

Melbourne filmmaker and actor.

Mostly producing animation through The Lampshade Collective, and freelancing as a multimedia or corporate producer/director and/or editor.

Story development and creative consultant or collaborator

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  • Winners & Losers

    Winners & Losers (2015)
    Television by John Holmes (Comedy and Drama) Actress The lives of four best friends bound together by their shared experience of being "the losers" in high school. Now ten years later the women are about to become winners, but at what cost?

  • The Worship

    The Worship (2014)
    Film (short) by Josie Wadelton (Mystery) Producer, Editor

  • Grandad

    Grandad (2013)
    Film (short) by Jonathon Dutton (Comedy) Actress A girl's first date, her father's worst nightmare and only one man can save his world from changing: Grandad.

  • No Good Deed

    No Good Deed (2013)
    Film (short) by John Tummino (Drama and Thriller) Actress No Good Deed is a thriller that follows a simple farmer, Tom, as he tries to rehabilitate a suicidal war veteran - Tom must learn that all is not as simple as it first seems before he leaves his young family at risk of an evil that will scar them forever. Written by Anonymous

  • The Gallant Captain

    The Gallant Captain (2013)
    Film (short) by Katrina Mathers (Animation, Adventure, Drama and Family) Director, Writer, Producer A boy and his cat journey into unknown waters with a bottle, a boat and a vivid imagination.

  • One Day on Earth

    One Day on Earth (2012)
    Film by Kyle Ruddick (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department One Day on Earth is the first film made in every country of the world on the same day. We see both the challenges and hopes of humanity from a diverse group of volunteer filmmakers assembled by an participatory media experiment. The world is greatly interconnected, enormous, perilous, and wonderful. Written by Kyle Ruddick

  • Nullarbor

    Nullarbor (2011)
    Film (short) by Patrick Sarell (Animation, Comedy and Drama) Producer An animated road-movie set across the vast and barren landscape of Australia's Nullarbor Plain.

  • A Love Story

    A Love Story (2010)
    Film (short) by Simon Baré (Drama) Actress

  • Prank Patrol

    Prank Patrol (2009 - 2010)
    Television (Comedy) Actress Ordinary Kids get to Prank their friends with the help of the Prank Patrol team. It is a great opportunity to use all the modern technology including hidden cameras, professional actors and special effects to convincingly prank their unsuspecting victim. A great laugh and compelling viewing. Written by N. Guymer

  • Wilfred

    Wilfred (2010)
    Television by Adam Zwar (Comedy and Drama) Actress A depressed man is the only one who can see his neighbor's dog as a full grown man in a dog suit.

  • City Homicide

    City Homicide (2009)
    Television by John Hugginson (Crime, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Actress

  • Duck Soup

    Duck Soup (2008)
    Film (short) by Kathryn Goldie (Drama) Actress

  • All Saints

    All Saints (2008)
    Television (Drama) Actress This is an Australian medical drama set in the fantasy All Saints Western General Hospital. It focuses on what happens in ward 17 (affectionately known as the garbage ward) and the lives of the nurses on the ward and two doctors that spend a lot of time there. In also has the paramedic team of Bron and Ben. Written by Nai

  • The Wedge

    The Wedge (2006 - 2007)
    Television (Comedy) Actress, Director It's about tv mechanics and Tyler Curtis Duncan was an extra in it.

  • Last Stop

    Last Stop (2006)
    Film (short) by Greg Williams Actress In Melbourne, eight passengers are riding a street car - two women talking, a smoker with a cigarette at the ready, a father and daughter, a guy on a cell phone, a solitary woman, and a solitary man. They're joined on board by a tall young Arab-looking man carrying a full gym bag. A few stops later, he leaves the car, and the bag stays behind. As the streetcar continues its journey, the passengers begin to get nervous. A sign on the train wall says "If you see something, say something." Can they report the isolated bag in time? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

  • N for Nelly

    N for Nelly (2006)
    Film (short) by Katrina Mathers (Comedy) Director, Producer

  • No Mail

    No Mail (2006)
    Film (short) by Simon MacRae (Drama) Writer Small minds in a small town attempt to ostracize the local Muslim postman and their actions divide the town. When the postman's co-workers rally behind him the residents are forced to face the same exclusion they imposed on him.

  • Move! Where Are You Going?

    Move! Where Are You Going? (2004)
    Film by Pietro Jona (Drama) Actress

  • Herman, the Legal Labrador

    Herman, the Legal Labrador (2004)
    Film (short) by David Blumenstein (Animation) Actress Cute doggie. Faithful pet. World-class defence lawyer. HERMAN, THE LEGAL LABRADOR is an animated film about a cute little doggie called Herman, who, in addition to being a cute little doggie, is also a criminal defence attorney. Herman lives with his owner, Chuck, an unemployed writer who is having trouble getting over his last relationship as he attempts to write his debut novella, "Death Cake Goes Back In Time". Herman attempts to console him, but his time is increasingly monopolised by the case he is working on. Herman is defending Danny, a young man on trial for murder. The evidence (and Danny's violent past) is stacked against him, and the public prosecutor, Leonard Palumbo, would like nothing better than to lock Danny up for good. However, Herman smells a smokescreen. His informant, Sal, The Hot Dog Vendor, sets him on the trail of a secret, worldwide brotherhood of evil, comprised of, among others, the Mafia, the Yakuza, the Ku Klux Klan, the Scientonomists, the Shriners, the ... Written by David Blumenstein

  • Ray

    Ray (2004)
    Film (short) by Tony Mahony (Comedy) Actress A little kid stranded, growing up in a country town he hates. The locals reckon it's a paradise, but as far as he can see, the only interesting stuff happens to a guy the whole town dismisses as a loser... Ray.

  • Saw

    Saw (2003)
    Film (short) by James Wan (Crime, Horror and Thriller) Actress David, an orderly at a hospital, tells his horrific story of being kidnapped and forced to play a vile game of survival.

  • The Referees

    The Referees (2003)
    Film (short) by Katrina Mathers (Comedy) Director How do you stand a chance when your ex-boyfriends are your referees?

  • Crazy Richard

    Crazy Richard (2002)
    Film by Katrina Mathers (Comedy) Actress, Director, Writer, Producer, Camera and Electrical Department, Cinematographer At eight years old, Richard Veed was the highest paid and most popular star on television. Five years later, he suffered a near-fatal drug overdose and was instantly forgotten. Now, aged 21, Richard attempts to recapture the spotlight as a promiscuous gay teenager in a late-night sitcom. A young filmmaker, Katrina Matters, is hired to shoot behind the scenes of Richard's new show and becomes entwined in the drama of his real life. It is her work that will truly expose Richard to the public, in graphic and shocking detail. As the cameras roll, the pressure builds and Katrina's voyeurism pushes the fallen angel too far... Crazy Richard is the tragic real-life story of the supernova of a star. Written by jj splice Independent Media

  • Flipside

    Flipside (2002)
    Television (Comedy) Actress, Writer

  • Shot

    Shot (2001)
    Film (short) by Tatiana Doroshenko Actress

  • Standing Up

    Standing Up (1999)
    Television (Comedy) Producer From the Melbourne International Comedy festival. An investigation of Standup Comedy and its practitioners. Includes performance and interviews from 70 international and local Comedians. Recorded during the festival over 3 weeks. Written by Hugh Johnson <hvjtv@yahoo.com.au>

  • Smallest Room in the House

    Smallest Room in the House (1997)
    Television (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew Comedians talking about their lives and offering insights on the issues and struggles that made them who they are. In a half hour, in front of a small audience of about 30. Each performer faced issues such as their heroin addiction, eating disorders, the search for identity as an immigrant, cancer, the need for love at the cost of self or being the child of parents who survived the holocaust, to mention but a few. They all managed to make it touching, compelling and humourous. Shot with 4 cameras (2 Peds 2 H/Held) in a studio the size of a 2 car garage (hence the title). Written by Hugh Johnson <hvjtv@yahoo.com>

  • Blue Heelers

    Blue Heelers (1995)
    Television by Tony Morphett (Action, Crime, Drama, Mystery and 2 More) Actress The most popular local production on Australian television, Blue Heelers is a weekly police drama based on a fictional bush town called Mount Thomas. Every week there is a different case for Sergeant Tom Croydon, Senior Constable Nick Schultz, Senior Detective PJ Hasham, and Constables Maggie Doyle, Dash McKinley and Adam Cooper to solve. Continuing storylines about the personal lives and relationships of these characters filter into each episode. Written by Enoch Law <eytl@rocketmail.com>

  • Economy Class

    Economy Class (1994)
    TV Movie by Kevin Carlin Actress

  • The Late Show

    The Late Show (1992)
    Television (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew The Late show, which only ran for two years was one of the most successful and funny comedy shows ever produced and shown in Australia. It marked the re-grouping of the D-Generation, a comedy group from the late 80's. From the LIVE late night comedy show, came classic moments such as Shitscared, Charlie the wonder dog, The Oz brothers and heaps of other 'Champagne Comedy'. Written by Graham Wilson Jr <diex@suburbia.net>

  • Father

    Father (1990)
    Film by John Power (Drama and War) Casting department On a TV tabloid show, Iya Zetnick exposes Joe Mueller as the Nazi war criminal who killed her family. Mueller is arrested, but prevails in a trial. Zetnick breaks into his house, and kills herself in front of his family. His daughter, who had stood by him, becomes convinced Zetnick was right, and rejects her father after he admits his guilt. Written by Anonymous

  • Tuesday Night Live: The Big Gig

    Tuesday Night Live: The Big Gig (1989)
    Television (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew

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