Meet the Team
Jude Kalman is an independent film maker from the Gold Coast whose documentaries have featured nationally on Channel Nine, at the 2017 Gold Coast Film Festival, and the 2019 LAMPA International Film Festival (Russia).
Working for an award-winning boutique agency since 2007 enabled her to hone her craft, diversify her skill set and deliver exceptional multimedia and film for multiple platforms and audiences.
She’s won an Australian Cinematographers Society Award for her work on Swell Sculpture Festival, was a Gold Coast Music Award finalist for co-directing Amy Shark’s music video “Weekends” and her recent self-funded trip to Nigeria to produce “Uncontained Love: Love > Fear” won the 2018 CMAA award for Compelling Film / TV / Video Content.
In 2018, she’s embarked on a new journey, pursuing her own company; to drive her work with NGOs, charities and social enterprises toward the forefront as she seeks to tell “people stories” that inspire and connect humanity.
Carrie Anne Greenbank is a seasoned media professional and freelance producer who specialises in producing stories on Australian charities and their work overseas.
Her work with FishFilms includes a number of documentaries; such as ‘Aussie Mum African Heart’ in Uganda and ‘Uncontained Love’ in Nigeria, where she followed the journey of Australian residents supplying aid to developing countries. She has also assisted in the establishment of fundraising efforts for these causes, raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity.
Carrie-Anne has been in the media industry for more than a decade, covering local issues in Melbourne, Gold Coast, Cairns and Rockhampton.
She has produced breaking news as well as presenting for Nine’s Afternoon News, Wide World of Sports netball coverage and Nine Gold Coast News.