Tsu Shan, is an Actor/Writer/Producer, who is passionate about bringing awareness to issues that matter through telling provoking stories.
She was recently elected to the SPA Council, picked as one of the Producers on IF Magazine's Rising Talent List 2023 and was included in the inaugural AA122 list - recognising Asian Australians who have had the most impact on Australian culture, society and institutions over the past year. Tsu Shan was previously one of SPA’s “Ones to Watch” in 2018. She was also awarded the Charlies Grant Residency with Australians in Film in 2021.
In 2022, Tsu Shan was selected in the AWG/Create NSW's "First Break" , and her latest feature, MY EYES, that she co-wrote and is producing , obtained development support from VICScreen. She has also been selected to be on numerous industry committees, including the inaugural Diversity Justice Lens group for screen equity and inclusion and the AFTRS Alumni Advisory Group.
Tsu Shan produced the romance drama feature, UNSOUND, about deaf culture and pride. It won and was nominated for a raft of key industry awards including 'Best Indie Film' at the AACTA awards in 2020 and has obtained distribution in multiple international territories, including Netflx in ANZ and Fuse TV in the US. She has recently completed her latest feature length project, SUKA, a multi-cultural action drama, supported by Screen NSW.
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