Josie Hess
Josie hess

Josie Hess is an award-winning filmmaker working across multiple formats. Josie’s work has included co-directing their first feature documentary ‘Morgana’, which premiered at Melbourne International Film Festival. Josie produced ‘The Grave of Saint Oran’, a short stop motion film based on a poem by Neil Gaiman which premiered at the Sydney International Film Festival.

Josie’s work has also made waves in the porn world, with experimental short ‘Labia of Love’ winning ‘Hottest Artful Porn Award’ at the Toronto International Porn Awards. Josie’s latest projects include directing ‘All of Me’, a short documentary about a sex worker with cerebral palsy and ‘The Valley’ which was selected to take part in The Pitch Lab, an initiative by AFTRS, The Doc Society and AIDC to support non-fiction talent with a social impact project in development or production.