Genevieve Bailey

Director • Producer • Cinematographer • Editor

Genevieve was named as one of Australia’s ‘Top Film and TV of directors of 2012′ in the Encore and Mumbrella Annual. Melbourne Magazine also named her one of “Melbourne’s most influential, inspirational, provocative and creative people for 2011.”

Genevieve grew up in Melbourne and her love of capturing moving images began early, from age 8. Since then Genevieve has produced over 40 short films, documentaries and music videos.

Genevieve’s films have screened internationally at festivals and have picked up over 25 awards to date. I AM ELEVEN, her first feature documentary, has won awards in Australia, USA, Spain, Brazil and France. I AM ELEVEN was heralded a 'Triumph of Self-Distribution' by The Australian newspaper after a record theatrical release in Australia spanning over 8 months. The film became the highest grossing Australian documentary to be released in the US – playing for 17 months and reaching over 100 cities.

I AM ELEVEN was also named New York Times Critic's Pick on its opening weekend September 2014.  Genevieve founded production company ‘Proud Mother Pictures’ and the Melbourne documentary community ‘doco3000.’

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Henrik Nordstrom

Producer • Photographer • Cinematography

Born and raised in Sweden, Henrik Nordstrom re-located to Australia and established Proud Mother Pictures with Genevieve Bailey to produce award-winning international stories that connect with global audiences. With a background in e-commerce, photography and music Henrik has traveled the world and then some. He is passionate about sustainability and community and he is a keen supporter of causes that are good for this planet.

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Nick Huggins


Nick Huggins is a Melbourne musician and producer who loves to mess around with sounds, analogue or digital, accidental or intentional. He particularly enjoys writing to the moving image.

His credits include the Australian Music Prize nominated debut by Kid Sam, and much of the roster of Melbourne’s most exciting indie label, Two Bright Lakes. He was described by Mess and Noise’s Darren Levin as ‘one of the best pop arrangers working in Australia today.’

In November 2012 Nick Huggins was invited to perform the soundtrack live with a full band as part of Melbourne Music Weeks screening of I AM ELEVEN. A sold out audience in Melbourne’s state of the art ACMI cinema were treated to this very special screening and musical experience. One of the children from the film, Jamira now 14, performed as a guest vocalist on the closing credits song to rapturous applause.

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Tristan Meredith

Sound Design and Mix

Fateh Shams

Colour Grade and Online – Shoot Post Sweden