Miranda Edmonds, Khrob Edmonds
Miranda and Khrob are a sister/brother directing team who create stories for the screen through their production company Cottesloe Films.
Khrob has directed a number of award winning short films and is currently developing on on-line collaborative editing software TangoEdit. Miranda practised as a commercial lawyer before completing a post graduate diploma in Film and TV Producing at the Victorian College of the Arts. She has directed and produced a number of award winning short films.
Prior to Library of Love, Miranda and Khrob directed Tango Underpants which stars Emma Booth (Gods of Egypt, Parker), was adapted for the screen by John Collee (Tanna, Happy Feet) and shot entirely in Argentina by cinematographer Denson Baker (Dark Horse, Orange and Sunshine). Tango Underpants is based on a short story published by Lonely Planet and is about a young Aussie backpacker who travels to South America where she discovers the tango and the importance of the right underwear. Tango Underpants raised $25K in 24 hours via crowdfunding and has gone on to play at festivals around the world including Palm Springs Shorfest where it was voted in audience favourites, Rhode Island Flickers, San Diego, Cinema des Antipodes San Tropez (Best Short Film), Flickerfest Australia (tour to 50 cities) and Newport Beach Film Festival.
Estelle is a publicist, producer and the founding director of Buzz Productions and Buzz Corporate Communications.
Her executive producer credits include the award-winning US feature MISSING PIECES (starring Mark Boone Jnr and Melora Walters) and US drama THE LIFEGUARD (starring FROZEN's Kristen Bell), which was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival. She also co-produced the feature-length Australian thriller FORESHADOW (starring Myles Pollard and Justin Burford).
Her film credits as international publicist include award-winning films LITTLE SPARROWS, MORE 4 ME, BITTER ART and CRUSH.
During her four years in the entertainment industry as head of the PR/Promotions for a major US video games company, Estelle was responsible for promoting major brands such as Disney (THE LIZZIE MCGUIRE MOVIE), Pixar (TOY STORY, FINDING NEMO, THE INCREDIBLES, CARS), World Wrestling Entertainment, Britney Brands Inc, Nickelodeon (RUGRATS IN PARIS, JIMMY NEUTRON: BOY GENIUS, HEY ARNOLD, THE WILD THORNBERRYS, RUGRATS GO WILD, SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS, Blue’s Clues) and Capcom (RESIDENT EVIL, STREET FIGHTER) across the Asia Pacific region, as well as various film spin-offs including EVIL DEAD and THE PUNISHER. In 2006, she established Buzz to pursue and finance her passion for film.
As a publicist, Estelle represents a number of award winning Australian actors and directors. She has also consulted to numerous documentary and film production companies including Prospero Productions, Electric Pictures, Bolderpictures, Balthazar Media, Redfoot Films, Strongman Pictures, ASAP Films, Creation Box Films, Filmscope Entertainment, SARfilms, and Fade in Films. In addition, her company has managed events and publicity for a number of film entities, including CinefestOZ, X Media Lab and Odin’s Eye Entertainment.
Estelle has a Professional Certificate in Executive Screen Production and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism.
Maya Kavanagh is a freelance producer with a background in digital marketing and extras casting coordination. She has produced web series, music videos, commercials, and short films.
Meg is an emerging filmmaker from Perth.
Her latest project is The Angry Man Series (web series, 2015), co-produced with Maya Kavanagh, the comedy web series was been well-received, with over 10,000 viewers across three online platforms. The series stars Ben Sutton (AshBecLee, Henry and Aaron) and Sian Choyce (RAW State Finalist 2014). The web series was written and directed by Aaron Moss who was a recent top 10 finalist in the ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship in LA for his first feature screenplay Holly and Tyler.
Previously, Meg has worked as a part of the production team on many other Perth-based film films, including Australia/Argentina festival award-winning Tango Underpants (short film, 2013) and the independent production Foreshadow (feature film, 2013), as well as extras casting on the indie film Broken Contract (feature film, 2014).
Meg has a Double Degree in Asian Studies and Media and Information (Bahasa Indonesia and Film & Television) from Curtin University of Technology.