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Kerinne Jenkins is an Australian/English writer/director based in Sydney, studying a Masters in Directing at the Australian Film Television Radio School in 2016/2017.
She is currently writing an episodic podcast 'Precipice' that will premiere at the Vivid Festival in 2017 and developing her first feature Cattle, a story about a science fiction tale about a teenage girl on a cattle farm in NSW.
Kerinne worked in the British film industry for over five years, working in production and development for Steel Mill Pictures with director Paul Andrew Williams and producer Ken Marshall, before returning to complete a Graduate Diploma in Directing at AFTRS in 2011.
Her student short film "Culling" screened at festivals around the world, with the score nominated for a Peer Raben award at Soundtrack_Cologne.
In 2014 she directed the Raw Nerve funded short film '1919' starting Benedict Hardie, Matilda Ridgway and John Howard. A funding initiative run by Metroscreen and Screen Australia in conjunction with ABC 2.
1919 was completed in early 2015 and has since screened on the ABC2 for Australian audiences and had its European premiere at the Sedicicorto Film Festival. Composer Damien Lane won Best Music for a Short Film at the 2015 Screen Music Awards for his work on 1919.
In 2015 her project 'The Divide' was selected for the Platform X Multi-Platform masterclass run by Mike Jones and the AustralianWriters Guild. (Under the working title 'The Road').
For online content head to www.littlepics.org