A wilful and passionate young woman from 1950s suburban Melbourne writes a feminist manifesto that redefines what it means to be a modern woman.
In the heart of 1950s suburbia, a headstrong, intelligent child struggles to come to terms with being emotionally abandoned by her parents. She finds refuge at her Catholic high-school where the nuns see something remarkable in their gangly and fearless young charge. Their faith in her sets Germaine off on …
Alica Gwinner is a Melbourne-based film and television writer. Her project Ms Greer was a recipient of Screen Australia’s Gender Matters funding in 2016, and a semi-finalist in the 2018 LA ScreenCraft Drama Screenplay Competition.
Alica completed the Professional Writing and Editing Associate Degree at RMIT in 2011, and then moved on to the Advanced Diploma of Professional Screenwriting, graduating in 2014. Since then, she has spent her time gaining experience in writers’ rooms, building a strong network of support and further developing her own work. Alica has a passion for relationship dramas and is currently working on several new projects for film and television.