Both Anna Kojevnikov and Sally Storey are graduates of the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) School of Film & TV (Producing, 2009). In 2015 they formed the production company STOREY KIDS. Over the past year, the duo have not only produced their debut feature, THAT’S NOT ME, but also the Screen Australia Hot Shots funded short film A TERRIBLE BEAUTY (premiering at MIFF 2016). They were recently awarded funding under the Screen Australia Gender Matters initiative.
Independently, Anna has produced several award-winning short films, most notably Ariel Kleiman’s critically acclaimed DEEPER THAN YESTERDAY (2010 Cannes Critics Week & 2011 Sundance Film Festival Jury Prize Winner). She was also granted funding by Open Channel and Screen Australia RAW Nerve for Corrie Chen’s BRUCE LEE PLAYED BADMINTON TOO. In 2012 Anna was one of five filmmakers from Australia selected to attend the Berlinale Talent Campus.
Sally has several years of experience working as a content producer, production manager and coordinator, spanning across augmented reality mobile content, documentary, film and television. Sally has worked in Australia, NYC and across the UK with her work screened on SBS Television, UKTV, National Geographic, BBC Knowledge, BBC America, Channel 7 and Discovery Channel. Sally’s short films have screened at several film festivals both domestically and internationally.← BackNext →