Talent Guide

Annika Glac

  • Discipline:Director, Writer
  • Program Year:Fast Track 2017, Grants and Awards 2017


Annika Glac arrived in Australia from Poland and studied at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne – Australia. After her training, she directed and produced six theatre works which won several awards and critical acclaim and inspired her to create her first short film “The Kiss” based on Gustav Klimt’s painting. The film premiered at the International Biennale of Films on Art Centre George Pompidou and was sold to Australian TV and US distributor. Soon after followed another four short films all which she directed wrote and produced one of which was sold to North America. In 2009, she wrote directed and co-produced her debut feature film “Belladonna,” an Australian Polish Co Production. The film participated in Shanghai Film Festival, Off Camera Film Festival, Indian International film festival and saw its Theatrical Release in 2010. “Bunny,” her second feature film, was shot in Warsaw in the Polish language and in 2014 won the Jury Prize at the Cannes film festival Cinephiles section. The film was sold throughout Europe ( Canal+) and released on ITUNES Australia/ New Zealand. She is currently working on “Radiant” a feature film about Marie Curie which she has written and will direct.

Current Project



Paris 1900, a pretty physics prodigy glimpses a future world of unseen energy. Now she must battle the male scientific academy. The closer she gets to recognition, the more she realizes the battle is not with the male establishment but with the unleashed power of her own radioactive discovery.