After 20 years of Corporate life and as a Public Speaker, Peter Spann returned to his teenage passion of film, television and theatre in 2016.
Peter Spann studied at Sydney Film School (SFS) and was nominated as Best Director for his first film, “Heavy Heist“, which was selected to be shown in their Film Festival on the Graduating night.
His second film, “No Shortcuts” is a crowdfunded docu-drama highlighting indigenous youth who found a source of inspiration in boxing.
His test film "Surfer Girl" has been developed into a 23 minute TV Pilot and recut as a 10 minute short film for submission to film festivals.
While at SFS Peter also completed a number of student films including “China Town” and “Possum”.
After completing his studies at SFS, Peter was selected to study at the prestigious Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS), one of only 8 people completing the Graduate Diploma in Directing that Semester.
Peter Directed “Open Hearts” and “Mammon” as major projects and also “Billy” as a student project. He worked as First Assistant Director, Continuity, Sound, and Second Assistant Camera on a number of other student Films.
Peter has just completed "Undertow" which is being submitted to festivals and is working on the "Mammon" web series.
Peter looks to collaborate with creatives in all disciplines.