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Robyn Grace

Director, First Assistant Director

After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Drama, Film and English Literature, Grace began working in theatre. In 2000, she got her first screen gig. Grace went on to become a first assistant director on a long line of films and TV shows  as well as a director (te reo soap Kōrero Mai, comedy Mean Mums, sci-fi show The Cul de Sac). In 2017 she wrote and directed a short film adapted from Marian Keyes story A Woman's Right to Shoes. It was invited to almost 40 festivals. In 2020, Grace followed it with award-winning Oranges and Lemons, and directed an episode of a hit Netflix series based on post-apocalyptic comic Sweet Tooth.

I’m not after going to Hollywood or being famous, I just want to tell interesting stories. Robyn Grace in The Helensville Community News, 29 May 2019