Grace Uther

Grace Uther is an award-winning director & screenwriter.

Originally from Sydney’s inner-west, Grace is based in Brisbane, Queensland, currently developing a slate of film and television projects. In 2021 she is directing a pilot for The Brothers’ Book Club television series, selected for development with Kiosk Films & the ABC through Screen Queensland’s 2020 SQ Factual Initiative. She is the founder and director of Queensland based female-driven screenwriters’ collective, The Scene, launching in 2021 to facilitate the creation and integration of more diverse screen stories through supporting underrepresented writers.

Grace wrote & directed thriller Nineteen Ninety Nine (2019), which premiered at MonsterFest in Melbourne, before screening internationally at Nightmares Film Festival (USA), picking up awards including Best International Director at the Austin After Dark Festival. She was inducted into the Pathways program as a finalist for the AWG’s Monte Miller awards.

Grace has worked on many prominent productions for the ABC, Netflix and Stan, Hoodlum and Aquarius Films. While working in the Hoodlum Script Department, she was a writer on ABC iView’s The Science of Harrow.

Grace has also worked on projects in development with Hoodlum, Like a Photon, Easy Tiger and Essential Media. Grace has worked alongside esteemed Directors such as PJ Hogan, Stefan Elliot, and Damien Power.

In 2018, she undertook a Screen Queensland supported Director’s Attachment on Kriv Stender’s feature film Danger Close.

Notetaking experience:

SCRIPT DEPARTMENT
HARROW SEASON 2 – Script Coordinator

Hoodlum Entertainment, 2018 – 2019

Script coordination, formatting, distribution, copywriting, research, notetaking

ORIGINAL COMEDY SERIES IN DEVELOPMENT – Writer’s Room Notetaker

Hoodlum, 2021

ORIGINAL COMEDY SERIES IN DEVELOPMENT – Writer’s Room Notetaker

Essential Media, 2019

ORIGINAL DRAMA SERIES IN DEVELOPMENT – Writer’s Room Notetaker

Hoodlum Entertainment, 2018

Screen Queensland supported Script Attachment

 

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