Tim Marshall is an award-winning Australian writer/director with an asymmetrical curiosity and a passion for exploring our misbalanced lives. A majority of Tim's work focuses on and celebrates LGBTIQ+ stories and people and will always continue to do so.
In 2013, his short film Gorilla won the Iris Prize in the UK, awarding him £25K to make his next short film. The outcome of this, Followers, had its world premiere in competition at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival followed by a screening in competition at SXSW 2015, and as part of the Accelerator program at the Melbourne International Film Festival.
Followers is a proof-of-concept short for Tim's feature film of the same name. The feature screenplay has been developed through Screen Queensland and Screen Australia, and will be filmed in Tim's hometown of Brisbane, Australia.
Tim also has an exciting slate of feature films and TV shows currently in development. Most notably, his comedy TV series Forever Alone, co-written by Luke Tierney. In 2017, the pilot script for Forever Alone won Grand Prize in the WeScreenplay TV Script Contest, judged by Comedy Central. In 2019, Tim was also chosen for Screen Queensland's Talent Fund to develop another dark comedy series Flat Earthers - two guesses what that's about.
In 2014, Tim was also the co-curator of a unique filmmaker residency program, The Weight of Mountains held in northern Iceland over three months of winter. He also has a successful online series, TORSO, that was featured in the Huffington Post. TORSO has been presented as an interactive installation with a custom-built app at both Outfest LGBTQI+ Film Festival Los Angeles and the Reykjavik International Film Festival.
Tim was selected to attend Screen Australia's inaugural 2017 Talent USA program and was also 1 of 6 to participate in the 2018 Film Independent Directing Lab in Los Angeles, with mentors including Nicole Holofcener and Barry Jenkins.
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