Dr Phoebe Hart
Creative Industries Faculty,
School of Media, Entertainment and Creative Arts,
Film & Screen
Dr Phoebe Hart is a writer, director and producer of documentaries, factual content and children’s television.
Dr Hart is also a lecturer in film, television and digital media at the Queensland University of Technology, and principal of Hartflicker, a video and film production company. She is known particularly for her autobiographical road trip movie, Orchids: My Intersex Adventure.
Phoebe has worked with many production companies and television networks, including Network Ten, Wildbear Entertainment, Freshwater Pictures, Vizible Entertainment, Octagon CSI, Beyond, Turner Entertainment Inc., Brisbane International Film Festival and Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Her work has been broadcast on Showtime, ARTE Germany/France, Special Broadcasting Station, Nine Network, Schweizer Fernsehen, Televisión Española, UR (Swedish Educational Broadcasting Company), DBS Israel and ArtMedia (Eastern Europe).
In 2009 Hart was awarded her doctorate from Queensland University of Technology, of which Orchids was a central element of her doctoral studies. This documentary took six years for the principal documenters (sisters Phoebe and Bonnie Hart) to film, using a variety of cameras including semi-professional digital cameras, domestic VHS camcorders, and Super 8.
ORCID iD 0000-0001-9431-2758
Australian Directors Guild; Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA)