“Technology is driving vast changes to the way stories are being told and consumed.”
“As story-tellers we have to keep up with the way audiences are engaging with stories.”
Grania Kelly is a producer, writer and director of factual media, engaging with new technologies to hone her skillset for storytelling across all media.
In 2011, Grania wrote, directed and co-produced a half-hour documentary Bringing Uncle Home, which aired on ABC1 and had its world premiere at the Reykjavik Film Festival in 2012.
With a background in print media and a Bachelor of Visual Arts (in film and video from the University of Sydney), Grania is driven by a passion for real-life storytelling.
Since 2003, Grania has scripted and produced a range of screen-based works including The Sanctuary Room a new media installation for Noosa Regional Gallery, a short documentary The Promised Land which won the Spirit of Woodford People’s Choice Award (2010), a cross-platform work with Indigenous Elders from Coopers Creek which won the National Trust of Queensland Governor’s Award (Gold Level) in 2011, and Homeless(ness), seven online micro documentaries for Brisbane Youth Services.