Sophie makes provocative and intimate drama and documentary work. Her short films My Last Ten Hours with You (2007), Elephantiasis (2010) and Necessary Games (2009) and documentaries have screened widely at film festivals internationally and won numerous awards. In 2010 Sophie Produced feature documentary Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure, which premiered at Sundance 2011. That year she also produced and co-directed the critically acclaimed feature documentary Life in Movement. Sophie was Executive Producer on projects including Stunt Love (2011) and I Want to Dance Better At Parties (2014) as well as the online sensation Wastelander Panda. She is a recipient of the Sidney Myer Creative Fellowship

Accolades

Bryan Mason and Matthew Cormack and Rebecca Summerton and Sophie Hyde
Best Youth Film, 2014

52 Tuesdays

Best Youth Film, 2014

52 Tuesdays

Teenager Billie thinks she knows everything about her mother so she is surprised when she learns of her mother’s plan to transition from woman to…

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Films

52 Tuesdays
2014

52 Tuesdays

Australia
2014

52 Tuesdays

Teenager Billie thinks she knows everything about her mother so she is surprised when she learns of her mother’s plan to transition from woman to…

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