Daryl Karp has worked as a senior executive in broadcast, digital and cultural industries for over 20 years including as CEO of Film Australia and Head of Factual Programs for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. She is an internationally recognised, award-winning Executive with a passion for science media, and provides consulting services to broadcasters and producers internationally. She is a director of Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) Australia and Childrens Television Foundation. Her recent programs include Making Australia Happy and Making Couples Happy for the ABC, Lost Diggers of Fromelles for Channel 7, and Life at 7 for ABC TV.
Leading businessman and lawyer Geoff combines over 20 years experience in the corporate advisory environment where he is regarded as an expert in mergers and acquisitions, capital raisings and general corporate commercial law. Formerly Executive Chairman and CEO of Investec Bank (Australia) Limited, Director of Ten Network Holdings Limited, Chair of the Film Finance Corporation with a a range of directorships, his recent executive producer credits include the award winning documentary Tackling Peace for Channel 10 and the feature film Kokoda.
Geoff was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2005.
Writer, Director, Editor
Specialising in socio-political and cultural character driven subjects, Marc Radomsky has 18 years experience as a producer, director/DOP and writer of international television. The recipient of nine awards including the Silver logie , Marc’s work has also screened at numerous international film festivals. Marc continues to direct and produce television programs and series screened locally on Channel Ten, ABC, SBS, ABC Asia Pacific, Foxtel and internationally.
He combines an outstanding documentary sensibility with an understanding of the issues explored in Rewriting History - ‘Choosing Exile’ (ABC 2002) Marc explored his own personal journey, leaving South Africa to migrate to Australia, also tracing back a parallel journey to his family roots in Lithuania. “Claiming the Memory” for ABC Compass, following the descendants of Holocaust survivors to the camps of Europe, His films have won many awards locally and internationally.
Producer and Co-Director
Danny Ben- Moshe
Danny Ben-Moshe is a recent addition to documentary film making, combining an outstanding academic career with a growing body of documentary films. His most recent film as co-producer and co-director, Carnaby Street Undressed, will screen on UK TV Yesterday channel later this year. Danny’s other credits include The End of The Rainbow for ABC TV, and The Buchenwald Ball for SBS Television. Danny is currently Associate Professor and Principal Research Fellow, Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation, Deakin Uni. He has published widely on anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial for which he is recognised as an academic authority.
Brendan Higgins brings a diverse range of skills to production having worked on both sides of camera. As a NIDA graduate he carved out a highly successful career as an award winning actor. As a producer and co-owner of a post production facility in the 1990s he honed both his production, business and IT skills establishing a highly succesful post facility at the cutting edge of digital technology, trialling and beta testing one of the first hard disk recorders.
Associate Producer and Researcher
Tracy Alexander is a recent arrival to the documentary industry. As a journalist with a degree from University of New South Wales in cognitive psychology and theatre, she combines an analytic ability with an understanding of the human condition. She has worked as associate producer on a range of non broadcast programs for the corporate sector. As researcher and associate producer on Rewriting History she was responsible for managing the complex information flow, sourcing original material, archives and setting up international shoots. As online co-ordinator she is responsible for the online strategies and content for the Rewriting History website and facebook. In her spare time she produces and hosts a weekly arts and entertainment radio program for community radio, is a freelance journalist and is an on-air intern at 2UE radio in Sydney.