Kelly Hucker is an Australian filmmaker who completed her studies at Brighton Bay school of Art, Design & Photography in Melbourne. In 2010, Kelly completed her BA in Film and Television at the Victorian College of the Arts, and her award-winning graduation film, Kwik Fix, has since shown at over 15 local and international festivals. Ghost Train is Kelly’s first foray into documentary filmmaking. James Fleming is an Australian filmmaker living in Melbourne who became interested in film whilst watching ethnographic films about far away tribal societies. He then worked as a community lawyer and started making documentaries about things closer to home, exploring how people and society tick.
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