Speaker Details

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Rae Choi
Good Apples Pictures
Development Producer
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Rae Choi is an AWGIE and SPA nominated filmmaker and lawyer, based in Meanjin (Brisbane). She produced short film MY HOME IS A DOG THAT LIVES INSIDE ME (2017) which screened at festivals such as Edinburgh International Film Festival, and worked with the same team on their first feature film PARIS FUNERAL, 1972 (2021), shot on 16mm with non-actors and on location in Australia, France and Italy.

In 2021, she wrote and directed her first film WHEN THE SKY WAS BLUE, a 16mm short funded by Screen Queensland, now available to stream on SBS on Demand. The film was nominated for an Australian Writers’ Guild Award and was a finalist at the Screen Producers Australia Awards after screening at various international festivals, and broadcast across the UK. She went on to co-write and produce VIV’S SILLY MANGO, a coming-of-age short for ABC ME and Screen Australia’s joint initiative The Kaleidoscope Project.

In 2022, Rae was selected as a participant for AFTRS’ QLD Talent Camp and was accepted into PlatformBUSAN at the Asian Contents & Film Market held during Busan International Film Festival. Following a Producer’s attachment with Singaporean-based production company Momo Film Co, Rae completed an internship with the Australian Children’s Television Foundation.

Rae is a 2023 recipient of Screen Australia's Enterprise program and currently works at Good Apples Pictures as development producer. Devoted to holding space for stories from communities she connects with, Rae is developing several of her own projects.
Production Company Profile
Good Apples is a media and production company founded in 2023 with a mission to bring good people together to tell great stories.

Based in South-East Queensland, the company is focused on those stories that can strike a balance between entertainment and wider impact, on and off screen.

We develop in house and also partner with creatives, producers and production companies.

We’re looking for authored projects with something to say and a clear sense of audience. Particularly family features and stories exploring environmental themes.