Kylie Boltin has written, directed and produced documentaries for TV and Online, and currently leads the slate of Interactive documentaries at SBS as commissioning editor. Her projects as writer/producer include the PXN International prize winning, Missing and as producer/ commissioner: the multi-award winning interactive graphic novel, The Boat.
In 2018, Kylie wrote and directed the world’s first live documentary for Instagram, She Called Me Red which was nominated for a Walkley in the category of Innovation and won the Nikon-Walkley award for Best Feature or Photographic Essay. Kylie also produced the Walkley award winning interactive documentary: Cronulla Riots: The Day That Shook the Nation
A 2019 Our Watch Fellowship recipient, Kylie holds a PhD in Creative Media and a Master of Arts in Creative Writing and has taught fiction and non-fiction writing at University of Melbourne, Film and TV at RMIT University and social justice cinema in the film department at Dartmouth College, USA.
14 September 2019
16.15 - 17.15 Activism: Different ways of writing social justice
Roanna Gonsalves, Kylie Boltin and Donna Abela with Nicole Abadee