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 "In the mid 1990's I worked on  a music video with Rebecca Mclean as production manager.  She was great to work with and had a beautiful dedication to the job. Since then we have both worked on my art projects together, and she not only can second guess me she can add creative insight.  I wish that Rebecca was permanently attached to me like a limb. Tracey Moffatt (visual artist/filmmaker)"

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Rebecca McLean

 

 

Writer, Director, producer

About

Snap Shot Bio - Rebecca McLean is highly skilled and knowledgeable about the Australian Film and Television and Industry and can cater for all your production needs.  Graduating from Swinburne Film and Television school (VCA) in 1993 Rebecca hasn't stopped working in her field.

She had instant success with her first short film Queeny which screened at both St Kilda Film Festival and MIFF quickly followed by Deep based on the Australian youth sub culture Sharpies which she made for Tropfest.

Deep was also a teaser for a feature film Stick, Tracey and Tina and screened for a full season alongside the award winning feature film Chopper, at the Palace Cinema’s. The short documentary Suburban Warriors was the result of the research for the drama and also a feature length documentary on the same subject and had a successful festival season.

At around the same time Rebecca directed SOS a documentary for SBSTV about the Save Ours Sons, an anti-war women’s movement in the 60’s led by her mother Jean McLean.

To hone her producing and directing skills Rebecca worked for ABCTV and Channel 10 factual programs in Melbourne and Channel 9 in Sydney. She then took that knowledge to the desert and worked remotely across northern South Australian APY Lands and Alice Springs for Remote Indigenous Media Organisation (RIMO) PY Media as Media Manager. In Alice Springs she was Series Producer for CAAMA’s, NITV slate of programs Black Chat, Grounded, Billboard and Pmarra Country and acted as distribution specialist for PAW Media including marketing events and negotiating national distribution.

Back in Melbourne Rebecca joined forces with her old colleagues from the community broadcasting sector, Aboriginal leader Bobby Nicholls and Playwright John Harding and together they created Yarnin’ an award winning multi-media Aboriginal media training and recording program with an online portal and distribution outlet. 

Rebecca is now residing in DarwinNT and producing programs through her production company Sharp Film Production.