Rosemary Blight is a founding partner at Goalpost Pictures and one of Australia’s most experienced producers. She produced Black Snow, the internationally acclaimed Stan Original Series, for Sundance Now and All3 Media. She served as Producer for Benjamin Millepied’s debut feature film Carmen, a drama with music and dance, with original songs by Academy-Award nominated Nicholas Britell, co-produced with Chapter 2 and starring Melissa Barrera, Academy-Award nominated Paul Mescal and Rossy de Palma. Rosemary is Executive Producer of Five Blind Dates, the first Local Amazon Original feature film directed by Shawn Seet.
Her credits include I am Woman, the story of Australian international singing superstar Helen Reddy, directed by Unjoo Moon; and as Executive Producer on Universal’s The Invisible Man, written and directed by Leigh Whannell and starring Elisabeth Moss; and Goalpost Television revisionist western New Gold Mountain for SBS and All3 Media.
Rosemary is known for producing distinctive film and television including Top End Wedding, co-written and starring Miranda Tapsell and directed by Wayne Blair; The Sapphires which premiered at Cannes; the internationally acclaimed drama series Cleverman & the feature film Felony, directed by Matthew Saville and starring Joel Edgerton & Tom Wilkinson. She has served as executive producer on; Leigh Whannell's Upgrade, co-produced with US independent production powerhouse Blumhouse; the screen adaptation of Timothy Conigrave’s bestselling novel Holding The Man and The Tree starring Charlotte Gainsbourg which was the closing night film at the Cannes Film Festival 2007.
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Screen Producers Australia respectfully acknowledges the people of the Yugambeh language region, the traditional owners of the lands on which we met. We thank the traditional custodians for welcoming us all onto their lands.
We acknowledge and pay respects to them and all their descendants both past and present. We also acknowledge the many Aboriginal people from other regions as well as Torres Strait and South Sea Islander people who now live in the local area and have made an important contribution to the community.