Talent Guide

Christina Radburn

  • Discipline:Producer
  • Program Year:Fast Track 2017, Producing Lab 2016


Christina Radburn is an award-winning independent film producer based in Melbourne,
Australia. Having worked with diverse communities for over 15 years, she is a storyteller with a
strong commitment to creating content for the screen about the human condition that is honest
and representative of the world we live in today. Her short films have screened at notable film
festivals, including Sundance, SXSW, Melbourne International Film Festival, and Palm Springs.
Her short film, “Gorilla”, directed by Tim Marshall, won the prestigious 2013 Iris Prize, awarding
the team £25K to make their next short. The outcome of this, “Followers” was a proof of concept
of a feature screenplay project of the same name. “Followers” had its world premiere in
competition at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival followed by SXSW 2015.
Christina has a slate of feature projects in development. Followers, written (and to be directed)
by Tim Marshall, was a semi-finalist in the 2014 Academy Nicholl Fellowship and was selected
for the 2014 Outfest Screenwriting Lab. The project was selected in Screen Queensland’s
(Australia) inaugural 2015 SQ Projector Development Initiative. The Love Division, also written
by Tim Marshall was a finalist in the 2015 Queensland Originals Fully Funded Features
Program, in partnership with Stan (Australia’s SVOD platform).
Radburn is a 2016 Film Independent Producing Lab Fellow (USA). She is an alumna of the
2015 Screen Producers Australia Ones To Watch program, for early career Australian
producers. She graduated with First Class Honours in a Master of Producing from the Victorian
College of the Arts in 2014.

Current Project

Followers (Black Comedy)


A lonely woman, who has lost all faith in God, becomes obsessed with her aqua-aerobics instructor after seeing the face of Jesus on his swimming shorts.