Dec 13
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About Us

 

Producer/director: Tracey Holloway

 



 

 

 

 

 

Award winning, filmmaker, Tracey Holloway, produces and directs documentary films which reflect our changing world.

Tracey's first documentary 'Arrows Against The Wind', for SBS TV, captured the plight of the tribal people in the remote region of West Papua, attracting international publicity. Due to unprecedented worldwide media coverage, this film scored high ratings. Awarded Best Documentary - National Educational Film Festival, USA. 

 Acclaimed documentary 'The Last Magician' produced and directed for BBC was broadcast on 'Under The Sun'. A clash of cultures in the Trobriand Islands, played out by three chiefs, with opposing views.  Received exceptional reviews including a nomination for Best Documentary - AFI Awards. Distributed by BBC Worldwide.

Tracey went onto direct 'Pig Tusks and Paper Money' for ABC Television. In the volcano town of Rabaul, Papua New Guinea, shell money and pig tusks can buy most things. This film is an intimate portrait of a man whose life is devoted to promoting local economies.  Distributed by ABC International.

Her focus later widened to Tibet where she was the Associate Producer on the revealing 'Cave In The Snow. Produced for SBS Television and distributed by  TVF International, London, this film is about a woman from Bethnal Green who isolated herself in a remote Himalayan cave where she engaged in twelve years of Buddhist meditation. 

As Head of Production at The Media Trust, London, Tracey developed 'Visions', a highly innovative series of social action films. Launched at 10 Downing St, this highly successful series of 25 promos was produced by the advertising industry and broadcast on Channel 5.

Published WorkAuthor of a book titled 'Fighting for Survival.' Drawing on personal stories, this book explores the traditional life of the Ikho hilltribe and their experience of  development in the remote, mountainous region of Northern Laos. Published by Reed International Books.  

Radio Programmes: Tracey has produced radio features for ABC Radio National and the BBC World Service.   

Post Production:  8 x 10 min films on Aboriginal communities across Australia / Sharing Our Stories 

In Development: One hour documentary filmed over ten years about a highly unusual street artist based in London.