"I TELL STORIES FOR THE WORLD TO SEE, TO GENERATE CHANGE AND UNDERSTANDING."
Diana Fisk first picked up a video camera at the age of 15 and has had a true love for all things screen related ever since.
A producer who specialises in bringing real stories to life, Diana is passionate about projects that lead with human connection.
For the past three years Diana has been producing projects both within Australia and internationally, including feature documentary 'The New Hustle', the story of three successful tech start-up companies in Australia, which premiered at ACMI and enjoyed exclusive online distribution through iTunes.
Diana’s career has seen her work collaboratively with Emmy Award-winning companies and international award winning cinematographers.
In 2018 Diana was the proud recipient of Film Victoria's 'Key Talent Producing Placement' with Film Art Media, an opportunity that will allow Diana to expand her knowledge and skills within both documentary and narrative work, alongside industry leaders Sue Maslin and Charlotte Seymour.
Diana is a strong supporter of gender equality in the industry. She is a board member of Women In Film & Television, Victoria and a Founding Member for NOW Australia. She recently presented the event 'Time's Up - A Forum For Change' for WIFT Victoria, supported by Film Vic and Arts Centre Melbourne and is committed to continue working towards change.
THE NEW HUSTLE
The story of three of Australia's fastest growing startups—SafetyCulture, Vinomofo, and Canva as they scale from garage to millions of users and worldwide impact.
The New Hustle follows the personal journeys of the founders as they develop and iterate on their idea, attempt to bring it to market, raise capital, and face countless challenges along the way. Explore what motivates each founder and how they're attempting to overcome the massive odds against any startup in today's world.
FROM FARM BOY TO HOLLYWOOD CINEMATOGRAPHER (2017)
DO IT IN A DRESS (2015)
Non profit short film
66 million girls around the world will never get the chance to go to school, just because they were born a girl. This October put on a school dress for those that can’t. Doesn’t matter if you wear it to mow the lawn, do the shopping or skydive. When you put on a dress and raise money, you can educate a girl!
A non profit film created to support the Do It In A Dress campaign with One Girl.