Tammy Honey

Festival Director

Tammy Honey is an Australian film producer and gender innovator with a keen interest in arthouse cinema. Having lived in the region for over ten years, Tammy has been involved in the production and advocacy of Australian cinema through active engagement of film markets such as the Cannes Film Festival and in the gallery sector, the TATE Modern, Gallery of Modern Art Brisbane, ACMI and FACT Liverpool. She has managed cultural and arts events in Melbourne and curatorial projects at CAST Hobart, Gasworks Arts Park Melbourne, and the Melbourne Fringe Festival.

Shaun Wilson

Festival Coordinator

Shaun Wilson is an Australian film director and RMIT University academic. He has an accomplished 30 years experience in the field spanning over 200 exhibitions and screenings including Cannes and Venice film festivals, Melbourne Fringe Festival, ACMI, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, and numerous other museum and cinema screenings. He is an internationally recognised practitioner who brings both experience and knowledge to event planning at the festival through his unwavering passion and love for Australian cinema. Shaun was the Visual Arts Coordinator of Melbourne Fringe 1999 and has since managed dozens of arts events and public exhibitions in Australia, North America and Europe. 

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The Geelong International Biennale (GIB) is a major cultural event in Geelong, Australia which places outstanding cinema, art, theatre, dance, music, and architecture housed in rotational instances from local, national, and international contributions. Its ethos is born from a need for greater cultural innovation in the region to present quirky, risky, vibrant, thought provoking, and enriched projects within the seven nodes of celebration. 2020 will launch cinema as the inaugural event, combining four international film festivals, GIBCON the biennale’s academic conference, public workshops and talks, a drone event, and special screenings.