Anni Finsterer

Anni Finsterer creative

Anni Finsterer

Anni has directed both film and Theatre.

Her credits include Malawa and Sunset Estate (Onstage Drama NSW) Seymour Centre; Betrayal in Shakespeare for Sport for Jove Shakespeare Carnival 2016; The Shoehorn Sonata by John Misto; Stolen by Jane Harrison (Education Program at Parramatta Riverside); Fast and Fresh (Performance Shorts at Parramatta Riverside - 2014, 2015); Happiness is a Place called School; Betrayal in Shakespeare; The Worlds Wife by Carol Ann Duffy; The Astonishing World of Wonders (Senior Showcase at Newtown High School of the Performing Arts); Dario Fo's Tale of a Tiger (Seymour Centre and a tour a Europe); East by Steven Berkoff (Bay Street Theatre); Gravegnomes (La Mama Theatre, performed as a one woman show).

Credits for film include Mental Fiction a series of short films made by Black Dog Institute Volunteers; screened for dignitaries and consumers of mental health for Mental Health Week, 2014; A Priest in the Family: short film for local and international Film Festival’s including Dublin, and St Kilda 2015 with Lynette Curran and Susie Porter.

As a Writer Anni was recently a finalist for her play Girl Wild for the Rodney Seaborne Award 2018.

Currently in development are fuck my life, fml, a six part TV comedy; My Purple Motorbike for TV; The Burn, a play and film script. Theatre credits include MotherHunt (Red Hot Arts Festival), Happiness is a Place Called School, The Astonishing World Of Wonders School of Life, Gravegnomes, Bloodwood. Novella: The Girl who lost her Bounce.

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