Stan Grant is a Wiradjuri, Kamilaroi and Dharawal man. He is a journalist, an author and filmmaker. He was the writer of the documentary ‘The Australian Dream’, which deals with racism in Australian sport,
a film that has won numerous International Awards including the 2019 Australian Academy Award for best feature documentary. A journalist for more than
30 years, he was the first Indigenous person to present a prime-time news program on Australian commercial network television. He acts as
That’s-A-Wrap's Co-Executive Producer for the
Feature Film PEMULWUY, in conjunction with
award winning director Phillip Noyce.
Andrew Dillon is a Kamilaroi, Dhurag and Ngarabal man. An award-winning Indigenous writer-producer-director, he is the first Indigenous Australian to work as a Development & Production Executive within Screen Australia’s mainstream Production and Investment management team. His credits include ‘Battlestar Galactica’, ‘Home & Away’, ‘Heartbreak High’, ‘Shadow Trackers’, ‘Cleverman’, ‘SPEAR’, ‘Little J & Big Cuz’, ‘Servant or Slave’, ‘Alien: Covenant’, ‘Five Bedrooms’, ‘Grace Beside Me’, ‘Bluey’, ‘Goldstone’, ‘Black Comedy’, ‘The Warriors’, ‘Mystery Road Series’, ‘Danger Close’, ‘Wishmas Tree’,
‘Hearts and Bones’ and ‘Sweet Country’.
Jon Bell is a Wiradjuri, Bundjalung and Yaegl man. A writer, director and actor who is best known as the writer-creator of the ABC drama series ’The Gods of Wheat Street’ and as the Sergeant from the Black Comedy’s “Black Force” sketch. He is considered one of Australia’s most experienced, sought-after and recognisable Indigenous storytellers. Jon was the lead writer on the hit ABC television series ‘Black Comedy’ season one. His credits include the award-winning series “Redfern Now”, the “New Flying Doctors”, the Emmy Award nominated “Ready For This”, “The Warriors”, “Mystery Road” the award-winning children’s series “Little J and Big Cuz” and the critically acclaimed AMC TV series “Cleverman”.