"Strong Women wears its heart proudly on its sleeve - which is, in itself an impressive show of strength"
- The Weekend Australian
Now available in Australia on ABC iview
A powerful and resilient group of women support and empower each other while rivalling to become Australia's strongest woman.
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Life at a Snail's Pace
Now available on National Geographic Short Film Showcase
Marla Coppolino is on a mission to enlighten you to the plight of the lowly land snail through creative, bizarre and unconventional means.
Soundtrack made of snail shell by David Denyer.
BUFVC's Learning on Screen Student Production Documentary Award 2016
EDA Award for Best Female Directed Short Film at DOXA 2017
Hot Docs 2016, London Short Film Festival 2016, Palm Springs Int ShortFest 2016, Gold of Heart International Short Film Festival 2016, Environmental Film Festival Australia 2016, Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival 2016, Festival International du Documentaire Emergent 2017, DOXA 2017, Free Range Film Festival 2017, Salt Spring Film Festival 2018
We are moving stories, Medium and The Female Gaze.
Meet Me at the Albany: A Grownup's playground
This is the story of the participants of Meet Me at the Albany, an over 60's group who regained their spark through art and friendship.
Co-directed with Anna Wistreich, Ellie Stephenson and Zoe Kinross.
Alexandra Gaulupeau is a documentary filmmaker, based in Melbourne, who seeks to give a voice to the often unheard or marginalized and to challenge the common perception of the world. She has a knack for finding amazing and unusual stories in the unlikeliest of places and looks for the links between us all, be it human or mollusk!
She holds a MA in Screen Documentary at Goldsmiths University and a Masters in Global Media Communications from the University of Melbourne.