Kristian Moliere

In 2007, Kristian produced his first feature film, Boxing Day, with writer/director, Kriv Stenders. The award winning film was screened at over 20 festivals and was recently named as 11th on FilmInk magazines’ 25 Best Australian Films of the Decade.

As a producer, Kristian received funding for the production of Kafkamesto (2005 – online game produced under the ABC/SAFC Game On initiative), the ATOM Award winning short film The Bully (2009), and The Moment (2011), which was nominated for an AACTA for Best Animation Short and was a prize winner at the 2012 Palm Springs International Short Film Festival.

Kristian reunited with Kriv Stenders for the thriller Lucky Country (2009), executive produced by John Maynard and Robert Connolly. The film had its world premiere at the 2009 Adelaide Film Festival and was released theatrically in Australia in July 2009 by Footprint Films/Paramount/Transmission.

For television, Kristian produced the one hour television program, SA PoliceFile (2005), was a series producer on the SBSi/SAFC/ScreenWest documentary series, mY Generation (2008) and was executive producer on two 6 part factual entertainment series for ABC Television, Croc College (2012) and Jillaroo School (2013).

In 2013, Kristian produced the feature film, The Babadook (writer/director, Jennifer Kent), which had its’ world premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, to great acclaim.