Michael Du-Shane Writer/Director

pic-michael.jpgMichael made his writing and directing debut in 2011 with a short film called 26 Bullets Dead. Made in just four short weeks from conception to completion the film pit cowboys and zombies against each other in an effort to create something fun, exciting and unique. It is that short film that started the metaphorical snowball rolling and inspired the feature film Bullets for the Dead.

Joshua C Birch Writer

665824_446657035371480_588674219_oJosh’s early directing aspirations saw him and friends regularly at their local country hospital thanks to his Jackass inspired videos. After a brief dalliance with nuclear medicine, Josh studied film in Canberra, then at Griffith. His grad film, Waking Stillness, was nominated for Best Drama at the Qld New Filmmaker Awards, he finishing third place in the Movie Extra Webfest 2010, and partnered up with Michael to produce 26 Bullets Dead in 2011.

Norm Wilkinson Producer

CrewPhoto__0008_NormNorm produced Australian’s first full SFX science fiction feature film The Time Guardian (1988) starring Carrie Fisher, Dean Stockwell and Tom Burlinson. Setting up Visionquest in 2000, he’s since  been making global factual stories, most recently The Last of the Great Apes?  a 3D transmedia film including cinema, giant screen, television and attractions.

Cathy Rodda Producer

Cathy grew up on radio plays and drive-in movies in the deep north of Australia and now produces feature films with Visionquest.  Her credits include the multiaward winning Unfinished Sky (2007), Separation City (2008), Ved Verdens Ende (At World’s End) and comedy sci fi cult hit Iron Sky (2012).