Rachel Argall is an emerging producer and artist based in Sydney.
She graduated from the Australian Film Television and Radio School in 2012 with a Graduate Diploma in Producing and a Graduate Certificate in Screenwriting in 2013. She produced the documentary Midnight Oil:1984 with her father and director Ray Argall.
As a producer, Rachel’s short films have been selected for festivals internationally and nationally, most notably – A Boy Called Su (2016) won Best Coming of Age film at Hollyshorts; Stuffed (2014) was selected for the Sydney Film Festival Dendy Awards; By This River (2013) was a finalist at Uppsala International Short Film Festival; Growing Up (2012) was in competition at Palm Springs International Short Fest and won Best Film at the Buster Film Festival in Denmark.
Rachel is also an animator of stop-motion films. Her short Iron Hands (2011), that she wrote, directed and animated screened at Seoul International Cartoon and Animation Festival, and won Best Australian Animation at WOW Film Festival in 2014. She has also animated and directed music videos for Jocelyn Moen, Mamas China and Yannick Slade.
A BOY CALLED STU