Kate Croser is a producer with a reputation for developing and producing bold film and television work. Kate’s first feature film, the Australian-Iranian collaboration MY TEHRAN FOR SALE, was shot entirely on location in Tehran in 2008 (winner 2009 IF Independent Spirit Award). In 2010 Kate was awarded Screen Australia’s inaugural producer internship at Film4, and also produced THE PALACE, an international short film collaboration between Australia and Cyprus (winner of AACTA award for Best Short Film). In 2011 Kate produced television series DANGER 5 for SBS (nominated for a Best TV Comedy AACTA award). In May 2012, Kate founded Hedone Productions with Sandy Cameron and together they produced the time travel comedy feature film THE INFINITE MAN, which launched to audience and critical acclaim at the 2014 SXSW Film Festival before its theatrical release. Most recently Kate has produced a second series of DANGER 5 for SBS (also nominated for a Best TV Comedy AACTA Award), documentary film MICHELLE’S STORY for ABC (winner 2015 Audience Award Adelaide Film Festival), and co-produced feature film BOYS IN THE TREES with John Molloy and Mushroom Pictures, which premiered in official selection in 2016 at Venice, Toronto and Pusan Film Festivals. In November 2016 Kate joined Kojo Entertainment as Head of Production and Development to build a broad commercial slate of film and TV projects for international audiences.
PRODUCER, KOJO ENTERTAINMENT