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Mashup Pictures has a reputation of doing creative and innovative work and is led by producer and director Rob Innes. We specialise in multi-platform collaborative approaches. We're not only known for documentary and comedy, but how we mix genres and formats together.
We've worked with ABC TV, Junkee, YouTube, The Guardian, Melbourne Museum and ABC's iview.
We've won and been nominated for awards in Australia and around the world including the Screen Producer's Awards and Australian Director's Guild Awards; screened in international festivals, featured on Gogglebox Australia, listed as a 'must watch', and listed as one of the best programs of the year from The Guardian and NME.
Our development slate consists of both documentary and narrative projects, plus concepts that blur genre lines.
Rob Innes is a director and producer who was named as a “Ones to Watch” by the Screen Producers of Australia.
He works across a diverse range of projects as a freelance producer, and is available to consult in both development and production.
Rob has worked with Thinkative Television on both The Weekly with Charlie Pickering and Tomorrow Tonight for ABC TV, directed the series Magda's Big National Health Check for Southern Pictures, was a producer on the Princess Pictures’ vlogumentary series My Year 12 Life, worked on feature film Ride Like A Girl (directed by Rachel Griffiths), and 7Mate series Harley-Davidson TV. He has produced a pilot program with VICE, and won branded content competitions with Qantas and Coca-Cola.
AWARDS AND FESTIVALS
-Scinema Science Festival, Special Jury Prize "Phenomena"
-Melbourne Documentary Film Festival, Best Documentary WebSeries "Youth On Strike!"
-Australian Director's Guild Awards 2020 nomination for Best Direction Short Form Documentary "Youth On Strike!"
-Bilbao Seriesland 2020 Best Documentary Series "Youth On Strike!"
-ATOM Award 2019 Best WebSeries "What Could Go Wrong?"
-Aesthetica Short Film Festival, Best Documentary "Bright Lights"
-Atlanta Film Festival, Best Animation "Bright Lights"
-Santa Monica WebFest, Best Non-Fiction "What Could Go Wrong?"
-St Kilda Film Festival, Best Sound Design "Bright Lights"
nominated Best Film & Best Animation "Bright Lights"
-Melbourne WebFest, nominated Best Comedy "What Could Go Wrong?",
nominated Best Editing "Youth On Strike!"
-Rio WebFest, nominated Best Variety "What Could Go Wrong?"
Scinema Science Film Festival
Environmental Film Festival Australia
America Documentary and Animation Festival
Transitions Film Festival
St Kilda Film Festival
Human Rights Arts and Film Festival
Byron Bay International Film Festival
Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival
Santa Monica WebFest
Oaxaca Film Festival
Huesca International Film Festival
Melbourne Documentary Film Festival
Cote d'Azur Cannes WebFest
Big Son Film Festival
London Int Doc Fest
San Jose International Short Film Festival
Shorts at Midnight Germany
International Kurzfilmwoche Regensburg
Tasmania Breath of Fresh Air Film Festival
Revelation Film Festival
Lorne Film Festival
Docs Without Borders Film Festival
+nominations for cinematography, casting, actor, and more.
+Logie Awards long list, top 60 Tropfest, 4-Stars The Age "Housemates", 'Must Watch' Herald Sun Melbourne "Housemates", Gogglebox Australia "Housemates"
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