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Champion: The Franz Stampfl Story

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Cinematographer
Shaun Herbertson
A full Australian Cinematography Society Member (ACS), Shaun Herbertson works nationally and internationally, shooting for television, film, news, corporate films & music videos, Shaun’s varied credits include Fashion Asia (F.A.D. Group), Inside MMA (Spike TV), Highway Cattle (documentary), 36 Questions (feature film), The Journey (feature film), Blood, Sweat & Tears (documentary) and the multi award-winning web series Chris & Josh and Shakespeare Republic (for which he won Best Cinematographer at the Indiepossible International Film Festival).
Executive Producer
Robert Galinsky
Robert Lewis Galinsky was born in Iowa in the United States. Once he was old enough, he hightailed it out of there, going on to study at the University of Colorado (Boulder), before continuing his journey West to the bright lights of Los Angeles to pursue his passion for the motion picture industry. This produced successful stints at DDB Advertising and Touchstone Pictures (Walt Disney Company), as well as several professional screenwriting gigs for Hollywood films.
Producer
Ben Steel
Ben Steel is a producer, director and writer for television and feature film. He has produced successful film and television projects in the USA, UK, Czech Republic,Aruba, and Australia,as well as working in production crew roles for international hit movies including The Matrix, Moulin Rouge!, Babe: Pig in the City, Dark City, Doing Time For Patsy Cline,Oscar and Lucinda, Two Hands, Bootmen and the Aaron Eckhart movie I, Frankenstein.
Executive Producer
Phil Craig
Emmy nominated Executive Producer, Phil Craig, most recently held the position of Executive Vice-President and Chief Creative Officer for Discovery Networks International in the UK, a division of Discovery Communications. Prior to joining Discovery, Phil held the post of Head of Factual at ABC TV in Australia, where he led a team that was responsible for over 100 hours of original content per year.
Writer/Producer/Director
Sally McLean
Sally McLean is a writer/director whose credits cross drama and factual. Beginning her production career at the BBC in London, she went onto form her own production company Incognita Enterprises under the Honorary Patronage of Oscar nominated actor Sir Nigel Hawthorne - an association that continued until his passing in 2001. Since then, Sally has gone on to helm several screen projects - her most recent being the multi award-winning series Shakespeare Republic, starring Nadine Garner, Michala Banas, Alan Fletcher, Christopher Kirby & Dean Haglund among others.