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Genevieve Clay-Smith

Key Points

  • 2015 NSW Young Australian of the Year
  • Winner of two human rights, arts and film festival awards and an Australian Director's Guild award
  • Human Rights Award for Community Organisation, presented to Bus Stop Films, under the leadership of Genevieve Clay-Smith (2016)
  • Screen Australia’s Women in Film Gender Matters Project Development Grant recipient (2016)
  • B&T’s 30 Under 30 Entrepreneur Award winner (2017)
  • 2017 Sidney Myer Creative Fellow
  • 2014 Westpac and Financial Review 100 Women of Influence award winner – Young Leader category
  • She released, Shakespeare in Tokyo, in 2018. Japan's first inclusive film, produced by Taste Creative and inclusively made via Bus Stop Films.
  • She is currently working on her first feature film, Baby Cat.
  • In 2018 Taste Creative was awarded the Media, Marketing and Advertising Business of the Year.

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