Kim Ho

Kim is a Melbourne-based writer, performer, note-taker and dramaturg.

His short film The Language of Love screened at over thirty film festivals worldwide, including the Sundance Film Festival. Kim co-wrote an episode for the upcoming ABC drama series The Newsreader with creator Michael Lucas and acted as note-taker and script coordinator on the production. He is a skilled and thorough note-taker with a keen eye for detail and an intuitive process.

Kim is also an award-winning playwright. In 2018 his debut work Mirror’s Edge won the Patrick White Playwrights’ Award, and his satire The Great Australian Play premiered at Theatre Works in 2020. Kim’s newest play Buried Kingdom received a staged reading at the Typhoon Festival in London and was shortlisted for the Queensland Premier’s Drama Award. He is currently working with his collaborator Michelle Ny on adapting it into a limited series set between Sydney and Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

In 2020, Kim participated in AFTRS’ National Talent Camp to develop his crime comedy web series Melbourne Vice. A passionate advocate for marginalised voices, Kim aims to create and promote culturally diverse Australian stories.

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