Amanda Scotney is an independent short film maker. Born in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 1966. Started telling stories and writing poems early. 'The Kind of Girl You'd Meet in a Pinball Parlour', published in Island Magazine and reviewed in Oxford Journals. Micro poetry and film tweets @rasplemjelly. Attended film Making Summer School at Melbourne University in 1999. Currently writes, directs and produces short films with great stories on super low budgets made possible by digital media and a supportive independent film making community. 'My Husband' was completed in January 2013. Pay Day is currently in pre-production. Amanda is interested in breaking down hierarchies and bringing short films to new audiences and spaces. Her experiences about the short film making process are captured at scotneyshorts.com and trailer and archive at Spin Darling channel on You Tube.
Name: Amanda Scotney
Lives in: Melbourne, Australia