Peter Spann returned to his passion of film and television in 2016.
He was selected to study at the prestigious AFTRS (Australian Film, Television and Radio School), one of only 8 people completing the Graduate Diploma in Directing that Semester.
Peter Directed “Open Hearts” and “Mammon” as major projects. He has worked as First Assistant Director on a number of other films.
Prior to that, Peter Spann studied at Sydney Film School (SFS) and was nominated as Best Director for his first film, “Heavy Heist“.
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 "Undertow" filmed in Byron Bay in 2017 which premiered at the Byron Bay Film Festival. It has gone on to be selected in 19 international film festivals and won 27 category awards. Peter is currently seeking distribution to develop the pilot into a series.
The "Mammon" web series was shot in November 2017 is due for release in September 2018.
Peter's latest project, the drama short film "Sydney" was shot in Sydney in early 2018 and is in post-production.
His next project "Zebra" is in preproduction and is scheduled to be filmed in late 2018.
Peter looks to collaborate with creatives in all disciplines.
"Undertow" filmed in Byron Bay in 2017 which premiered at the Byron Bay Film Festival.
It has gone on to be selected in 19 international film festivals and won 27 category awards.
Sydney - short film - drama
Undertow - TV pilot - official selection in 27 film festivals with 27 category wins
Mammon - web series - releasing Sept 2018
Heavy Heist - comedy short film
Surfer Girl - proof of concept
No Shortcuts - documentary