‘Australia’s Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig.’
– The Guardian
Married filmmakers Alice Foulcher and Gregory Erdstein have been working together for the better part of a decade, after meeting in 2008 at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) School of Film & TV in Melbourne, Australia. They most often co-write, with Erdstein directing and Foulcher performing. They have collaborated on several short films including the 2014 Tropfest finalist short A Bit Rich (2014), and the critically acclaimed Picking Up At Auschwitz (2012). Their debut feature film That’s Not Me (2017) was written during an eight-month writing residency in Paris at the Cité Internationale des Arts, where they also (ate over two hundred croissants, drank a lot of 3€ wine and) made the short film Paris Syndrome (2016).
Ranked #5 of the Guardian’s Top 10 Australian Films of 2017, That’s Not Me was met with widespread critical acclaim and a Rotten Tomatoes approval rating of 87%. It garnered Foulcher a Best Actress nomination at the 2017 Australian Film Critics Association awards, was top ten in the audience awards at both the 2017 Melbourne International Film Festival and the Sydney Film Festival, and won Best Film Under $200k at the 2018 Ozflix Independent Film Awards. They are currently in development on two feature films and a TV show.
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