Sandra Fairthorne


'The Big Jump', Anglesea One Act Play Festival, Best Original Play

'The Savages of Wirramai', La Mama theatre, September 2015

'The Boy in the Boat', Mansfield One Act Play Festival, August 2015.
Best Original Play

'Small Secrets', performed 2013 Anglesea One Act Play Festival, performed by Torquay Troupe. Also performed 2015, by Ararat Theatre group.

'Making Waves', performed in Geelong and Surfcoast region 2011

'The Knowing', comedy drama, Anglesea One Act Play Festival, performed by Torquay Troupe 2011. Best Original Play, Best Actor.

'Skinbags', drama, Anglesea’s and Kyneton’s One Act Play Festival, performed by Mansfield’s MMuDs. Best Original Play, Best Australian Play 2010.

'The Proposal', comedy, performed for the Drysdale Potato Shed, Solstice plays, 2010

'Small Bites', performed in Geelong region, 2010 (Brown Fairthorne Theatre Projects)

'The Date', comedy, performed at The Anglesea One Act Play Festival by Anglesea Performing Arts. Best Original Play 2008


'Venus and Mars' and 'Bloom', two comedy pilots shortlisted and performed for The Next Laugh Comedy Competition, Melbourne Comedy Festival, 2004 (writer, director)

'Love Inc.' mocumentary series set in a dating agency, 2006 (Writer / director)

'Don't Make Me Laugh', (pilot), sketch comedy pilot, featuring Peter Rowsthorn and Denise Scot, 2003 (Writer, director)

'Immaculate' (14 mins)
Winner, IF People's Choice Award, Blue Mountains Screen Me! Film Festival, 2002. (Writer, director).

'Coffee and Catharsis' (7 mins).
screened at St Kilda Film Festival, and Canberra Film Festival, 2001 (Writer, director)

'The Summer Room', short comedy
shortlisted Cinemedia's IFF for short film, 2001

'One for Sorrow, Two for Joy', feature film screenplay
shortlisted Film Victoria's New Writer's Scheme for dramatic screenplay, 1995

Editor for Feature film (drama), 'Be Near Me' by Sally Bird.
shortlisted for the Greenlight Project (Australia), performed at ACMI by Screenplay.

THE SAVAGES OF WIRRAMAI by Sandra Fairthorne
THE SAVAGES OF WIRRAMAI by Sandra Fairthorne

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