TASH
(6 min) Australia


Directors/Producers:
Natasha Anderson, Amelia Phillips

Description:

Tash's first memory is of family violence. It was her father pushing her mother against the kitchen stove. She was two or three years old. This is Tash’s story, illustrated and told by her.

Biography:

Natasha (Tash) Anderson is an illustrator, director and survivor. She passionately advocates for the rights of children and young people who have experienced family violence. She is committed to telling her story about growing up in out-of-home care and overcoming the impacts of family violence so that the voices of children and young people are reflected in family violence reform. Tash has been the Youth and Young Person representative on the Victim Survivors’ Advisory Council (VSAC) in Melbourne, Australia since the council was formed in July 2016.

Amelia Phillips is a producer and director working in marketing and communucations. She began her career at Unicorn Films under the leadership of award-winning independent producer, Lizzette Atkins (Looking for Grace, Celeste) and since then, she has worked with a range of her own clients in the public and private sector, including projects for ABC Arts TV and Online.

Contact information:

e: ameliaphillips@gmail.com

 



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