Becki Bouchier is a Singaporean/Australian filmmaker based in Melbourne.
Her 2018 short film Big and Tall and Hairy won Best Director and Best Film at the Melbourne 48 Hour Film Project. Her screenplays have placed in competitions with the Australian Writers’ Guild, the Austin Film Festival and many more, and she has been accepted into the AWG’s prestigious Pathways program with two television pilot scripts. Her debut play Chasing Yesterday, which she wrote and directed, premiered to a sold-out season at the 2019 Melbourne Fringe. Becki has built a successful career as an offline editor, having contributed to many TVCs and case studies that have gone on to win international awards.
She is set to complete a Master of Film and Television (Narrative Directing) at the Victorian College of the Arts in 2020, and is hoping to make something of the mountain of scripts stuffed away in drawers all over her house. Becki is incredibly passionate about bringing her stories to the world, and with the recent push for gender equality and cultural diversity within the industry, she feels there has never been a better time to make herself heard.
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