Bio – Tatiana Doroshenko

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Tatiana’s Experimental film ‘CamGirl’ was screen at EMAF in 2007 and played at VAD in Spain in 2006, and The Int’l Fest of Cinema and Technology
In 2006, Tatiana wrote and co-produced with Greg Williams and Jacob Oberman, the short film ‘Last Stop’ for Tropfest. The film has since screened in over 20 International and local festivals.
Tatiana has a Postgraduate diploma in Film and TV Victorian College of the Arts. Her Interactive drama ‘Shot’, won the Poitiers International Films Schools Award for new media in France 2001, an Australian Teachers of Media Award (ATOM) in 2002, and exhibited at new media festivals including ‘Transmediale’ (Berlinale) Berlin 2002, Santiago Biennale 2003, WOW Sydney 2002, and short listed for the Evolution Art Prize, Brisbane 2002.
In 2007 Tatiana received AFC funding to develop ‘Shot’ for broadband delivery- Exploitation Cam
She currently works part time for an Aboriginal and Islander organisation as website and multi-media producer, producing in-house ads and digital stories, while developing short screen projects and a feature script. Currently she is cutting a short documentary about the environment movement in Australia.

Australian Writers guild (AWG)
The Australian Directors Guild (ADG)
Centre for Contemporary Photography (CCP)
CERES Environmental Park


Internet Movie Database – Tatiana Doroshenko
for full details of these films

2007 - 2009 : Various multimedia short production work and small documentries.

2006 Cam Girl
Short Experimental Film
(13 min)
Writer, Director, Producer
(European Media Arts Festival, Germany; VAD Spain, The Int’l Fest of Cinema and Technology, Florida. Melbourne Fringe 2007).

2006 Last Stop
Short Film
Writer, Co-Producer
Director Greg Williams.
(Tropfest 2006; Apsen; St Kilda Film festival 2006).

2000/2007 Shot -
Website and Interactive film drama
(20 min)
Writer, Director
Victorian College of the arts/ Australian Film Commission
(Transmediale Berlin 2002; WOW Sydney 2002; Santiago Biennale 2003; St Kilda. Film Festival’s ‘Fusion’ 2001;RIHL Poitiers International films schools festival, New Media award 2001).

2003 Annabelle Arbuckle
Short comedy
(3.25 min)
Director, Writer, Actor
(Melbourne International comedy festival, Comedy Channel 2003, Short Crap Film Festival, The Lab).

1986 to 2004 - a plethora of little shorts, Community Theatre, Community TV, White Gloves films, University Revues, stand-up comedy, bit-part acting gigs, and similar joyous what-not and who-ha.

Awards and Grants

ATOM award Best tertiary multimedia 2002; RIHL Poitiers International films schools festival New Media award France 2001; Australian Film Commission Postgraduate Script Award, VCA 2000; Sony Award for the most innovative production, VCA 2000; Open Channel Award for achievement in interactive Media; AFC travel grants Berlin, 2002, Cannes-MILIA, 2002, France 2001, Germany 2007

Other Shorts and Bits and Bobs (just for memories sake!)

2004 - Svetlana Writer, Actor Comedy short (3.25 min) for DVD shorts compilation “Time to Go John”; 2005 -Mother of the Hanged Director, Producer (10 min) Experimental Dance Video (Dancehouse Melbourne 2006); 2002 -Advanced Movement Principles Director, Producer (4.5 min) (Short Crap Film Festival;The Lab); 1999 - Bourgeois Boredom Writer, Director (2′24″) 8mm (White Gloves Film Festival.MUFF 2002; Open Channel Love Your Work);1996 -Sexy Politics Writer, Short Play, Stage Struck Project.

Comic performer 2004 Acts of Absurdity Old Bar/Daniel Oldaker; 2003 Comics Lounge Comic North Melbourne 2003 L’Oreal Melbourne Comic Ding Dong Bar Fashion Fest 2003 RAW comedy Comic Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2003 Lilypad Idol Singer/Comic Big Day Out
Actor in plays 1996 The third of January (Meshel Laurie, John Higginson).1996 Generation Why ( Drew Tingwell Stage-Struck Project)1996 Pulse(Angelo Salamanca),1995 Machinal (The Organ Factory), 1988 Act without Words 2, Come and Go (University of Melbourne), 1986/87 Monash Revue (Peter Rowsthorn, Warwick Dunbar),1985 One Out (Theatre Works St Kilda), 1983 The Rocky Horror Show (St Kilda Festival)