Angie Fielder - Producer
Angie is an Academy Award® nominated producer and a founding partner of Aquarius Films. She produced Lion, directed by Garth Davis and starring Dev Patel, Nicole Kidman and Rooney Mara, which was nominated for six Academy Awards® and five Golden Globe Awards.
In 2018 Angie will commence production on Dirt Music, the film adaptation of the Tim Winton novel of the same title, to be directed by Gregor Jordan (Buffalo Soldiers, Ned Kelly, Two Hands).
Angie recently produced The Other Guy, a comedy TV series created by and starring Matt Okine, for Stan.
Angie executive produced Berlin Syndrome directed by Cate Shortland, written by Shaun Grant and starring Teresa Palmer and Max Riemelt, and Roller Dreams – a feature doc about the iconic roller dancing scene in LA’s Venice Beach, directed by Girls editor Kate Hickey.
Other recent projects include twice Archibald Prize-winner Del Kathryn Barton’s film RED starring Cate Blanchett, and Barton’s animated short Oscar Wilde’s The Nightingale and the Rose, adapted from the paintings Del Kathryn Barton and co-directed by Barton and Brendan Fletcher (Mad Bastards), which premiered at the Berlinale in 2015 and won Best Australian Short at Melbourne International Film Festival. The film features the voices of Mia Wasikowska, Geoffrey Rush and David Wenham.
Angie’s first feature film Wish You Were Here, starring Joel Edgerton, Felicity Price and Teresa Palmer and directed by Kieran Darcy-Smith of Blue-Tongue Films, opened the Sundance Film Festival in 2012 in the prestigious World Cinema Dramatic competition, and won numerous awards including the AACTA Award for Best Screenplay and the Film Critic’s Circle Award for Best Film.
Her short films Crossbow, Netherland Dwarf (written and directed by David Michod) and I Love Sarah Jane (written by Michod and directed by Spencer Susser) have screened at high profile international film festivals including Venice, Sundance, Berlin and Telluride and have won numerous awards including the AACTA for Best Short Screenplay and the Prix Canal at Clermont Ferrand.
Angie is a graduate of Griffith Film School and received their Alumni of the Year Award in 2012.