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Gary Bonney is an educator and storyteller, and has undertaken a number of roles in the Kimberley and the Kalgoorlie/Boulder area that directly relate to working with government and non-government sectors in regional and remote areas of Western Australia. Gary’s experience has included work in secondary education, with at risk youth, young people in residential settings and with Indigenous people in the Goldfields and Kimberley regions.
Lauren Brunswick is a producer, director and writer of film, television, music videos & TVC’s. Achievements include selection for the 2015 Screen Producers Australia ‘Ones to Watch’ program, receiving the ‘Young Filmmaker of the Year’ & the ‘Best Director, Short Form’ Awards at the 2015 WA Screen Awards, and the completion of her first feature film, Fantastic Fest-darling Top Knot Detective in 2017.
Ian Hale has been a familiar face in the Perth film fraternity for more than 20 years in his capacity as State manager for Paramount Pictures and United International Pictures.
Ken's working life has stretched from law clerking & mortgage brokerage through labouring to qualified teaching for bubs, primary, secondary to Masters degrees as well as many years of practical tertiary instruction for screen production and scripting with major extended detours into into industry screen writing and/or directing over 30 years.
Rebecca has been involved in Rev since its inception. She a passionate supporter of independent film making and creating opportunities for filmmakers develop their skills and to show their works on the big screen. She remembers the early years of Rev from the Greenwich Bar and Mojos in North Fremantle, many of the film makers in those early years have gone on to have successful careers in the industry.
Michael is currently Course Coordinator of Communications and Media / Discipline Coordinator Film and Screen Production at Notre Dame University. Michael works in a professional capacity as a director, actor, playwright, dramaturg, script editor, arts advocate and educator in stage and screen and arts education in Australia since 1997. He is a graduate of Curtin University (1997) and is a graduate of the NIDA Acting Course (2001).
Jonathan is a creative producer and director of film and theatre. He is a graduate director from both the American Film Institute in Los Angeles and the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney. He recently produced the feature documentary It's Not Just Me about four transgender men in Perth.
Board & Finance Committee
Prior to his 7 year career as a real estate developer, project manager, and property advisor, Gibson spent over a decade as a successful actor, voice artist, and producer in Perth, Sydney, and Los Angeles. Gibson has maintained a close association with the Australian Arts community.
Richard Skead is a semi-retired strategic planning consultant in the energy industry and former proprietor of a leading arthouse video library. He has degrees in economics, computers and film and is currently studying English Literature.
As a passionate lover of all aspects of the film industry, Sowada has developed a national reputation as one of WA’s (and Australia’s) most active screen culture practitioners. He is also Rev Director and Program and Strategic advisor to the Brisbane International Film Festival.