Annabel Osborne on The Dialogue Wednesday 28 March
Annabel Osborne is a writer, award winning director and photographer. She’s a very busy woman, with two feature films and a series in development. Her short film “Mama always told him” took out the first prize at the prestigious Rhode Island International Film Festival and she comfortably moves between making shorts and feature films, in both comedy and horror.
Annabel was a Tropfest finalist with “Chipman” – a mockumentary proving that great things can come from 20 packets of Birdseye chips and a guy dressed as a giant French Fry.
Her heart warming feature film, “Lucky Dog” is currently in the works.
Annabel Osborne has travelled the world in search of adventure and captures striking locations in haunting infrared photographs.
“Call of the Wild Pet Photography” combines her love of photography and dogs, where four legged family members are captured in celebratory photo shoots involving cake.
Annabel speaks to Claudia Chan Shaw about inspiration, absurdism, black humour and a Croatian dog named Gregor.
Tune in to The Dialogue at 6pm Wednesday 28 March.
Film making http://annabelosborne.com/
Pet photography https://www.callofthewildpetphotography.com.au/