Erin Good is an award-winning director represented by RGM Artists. Before moving into film she graduated from UTS with a Business degree. Erin then went on to complete the Graduate Diploma in Directing at AFTRS in 2013 and has directed short films that have screened and won awards at numerous national and international film festivals. Festival acceptances include the prestigious Montreal World Film Festival, Academy accredited LA Shorts Fest and Toronto International Short Film Festival. Erin’s recent short film The Wonderful (starring Max Cullen and Richard Green) was nominated for an Australian Director’s Guild Award and won the ATOM Award (2014). Erin was awarded Best Director at St Kilda Film Festival (2015).
In early 2014 Erin directed a scene on children’s series In Your Dreams for Endemol Entertainment and Seven2 during her Director’s Attachments with Ralph Strasser. More recently she was awarded Talent Escalator Funding by Screen Australia to complete a Director’s Attachment with Kriv Stenders on the Essential Media and Entertainment production The Principal. During this attachment Erin directed the EPK for SBS.
Erin is a 2014 recipient of the Emerging Filmmakers Fund from Screen NSW for her short film Alone (Starring Shari Sebbens, Charlotte Best and Nathaniel Dean).
Erin has just completed production on original online series Jade of Death (Starring Bernie Van Tiel) with producer Taylor Litton-Strain. She was selected for the 2016 Berlinale Talent Campus and Jade of Death was one of ten projects selected for the shorts project lab. Jade of Death received funding from Screen Australia and Queer Screen and is distributed by leading short-form international sales agent Rockzeline. Visit the Facebook page for updates on Jade of Death.
Erin has worked with some fantastic Australian actors on her films including Ashleigh Cummings, Susan Prior, Max Cullen, Sara West, Richard Green, Charlotte Best, Nathaniel Dean, Shari Sebbens, Leeanna Walsman and Nicholas Hope.
Erin is in development on her first feature film Please Help with writer Huna Amweero, and a television series Squatters with writer Chris Squadrito. Squatters was shortlisted for Fremantle Media's Blue Sky Initiative. For regular updates on her projects see News & Press and to see which festivals her films have screened at see Awards & Distribution.
Teaching Work: Regular directing and performance tutor at the International Screen Academy Sydney and regular directing lecturer at JMC Academy; Young filmmaker workshop for year 8 & 9 students at Centennial Park School, 24/7 Youth Film Festival Competition Judge 2012; Designer & Facilitator of a Directing Workshop for 24/7 Youth Film Festival, Aug 2012; Panelist at PiLAB discussion forum ATYP: Video, The Internet & Social Media, April 2012; Metro Screen discussion forum panelist: Colour Blind Casting, Nov 2011; Guest Speaker at AFTRS Foundation career day, 2010, 2011, 2012.