Whether it be producing feature films, TV or multi-platform drama for worldwide audiences, Wise Goat Productions partners with people in the industry who are passionate about working on the craft, dare to be different, work with integrity and strive to make a positive difference, one life at a time.
Wise Goat Productions operates with three hearts: that of the companion, which is a loving heart characterized by friendship, cooperation and inspiration; that of the guide, which is a patient heart characterized by exploration, empowerment and self-evolvement; and that of the guardian, which is a fierce heart characterized by integrity, courage and justice.
Wise Goat Productions is a member of Screen Producers Australia.
Tsu Shan Chambers
Having grown up in Darwin and worked in many third world countries as an Optometrist and Educator, Tsu Shan has always been passionate about women’s well-being and minority groups. She was Young Territorian of the Year and semi-Finalist for Young Australian of Year in Community Service. With 3 young children, she founded Yin Health, an integrative health centre for women and in 2013, she was awarded Sunshine Coast’s Outstanding Business Woman of the Year and 2014 was a QLD Telstra Business Award Finalist.
Later, Tsu Shan drew awareness to issues that matter through telling provoking stories as an actor, writer and producer. Founder of Wise Goat Productions, she originally trained at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and was selected as one of Screen Producer’s Australia’s “Ones to Watch” in 2018. Tsu Shan holds Graduate Certificates in University Learning and Teaching and Creative Producing at AFTRS and a Master of Public Health.
She is the creator and producer of coming of age drama feature UNSOUND about deaf culture and pride that was nominated for ‘Best Indie Film’ at the AACTA awards. It also won ‘Best Australian Feature Film’ at the Melbourne Queer Film Festival and ‘Best Fiction Feature’ at the ATOM Awards. Internationally, it was selected in competition for the UNICEF Award at the 32nd festival for Children and Youth in Vienna and the UNESCO-Gandhi Medal at the International Film Festival of India, among others.
Tsu Shan’s latest screenplay for romance drama feature BLIND LOVE was a semi-finalist in the WeScreenplay Diverse Voices competition and quarter-finalist for ScreenCraft’s Film Fund. She continues to develop her slate across TV, Features and Online formats to create unique and bold stories with underlying social impact thematics.
- Screen Producers Australia’s 2018 “Ones To Watch”
- Won 2 out of 9 awards at 2018 LA WebFest for ‘The Wild Orchards’, including most Outstanding Drama, Outstanding Actress (Tsu Shan Chambers).
- Golden World Award for ‘Best Producer’ and World Awards of Merit for ‘Best Ensemble of Cast’ for Tragic Enough at the 2016 World Film Awards
- 2015 – Finalist for The Actors Process Mentoring Scholarship
- 2014 QLD Telstra Business Award Finalist (Micro‐business category)
- Winner ‘Outstanding Business Woman of the Year 2013’ Sunshine Coast Business Woman of the Year Awards.
- Northern Territory Young Achievers Awards 2003 – Winner of Parmalat Community Service Award
- 2002 Young Territorian of the Year for the Darwin Region
- Young Australian of the Year 2002 Semi‐Finalist for The Pacific Access Community Service Award
- 2018 – Graduate Certificate Screen – Creative Producing – Australian Film & Television School (AFTRS)
- 2005 – Master of Public Health – Curtin University of Technology
- 2004 – Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching – University of New South Wales (UNSW)
- 2001 – Bachelor of Optometry (Hons) – University of New South Wales (UNSW)
Brian is an editor and data wrangler with a 20 year background in the IT industry. Having completed a Graduate Diploma in Editing at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School, (AFTRS), he strives for perfection in the work he does, whilst meeting the often changing needs of the production team.
Brian was the editor of Tropfest short film ‘The Rose’ and assistant editor and Data Wrangler on web-series ‘The Wild Orchards’. He was also the assistant editor on Eva Acharya’s “The Legacy”. Brian works to extend his specialisation in editing and colour grading. Brian has a talented eye for detail and is a professional and reliable team member.
Being a Microsoft Certified Professional, Brian is passionate about being up to date with modern computing trends and technologies – many of which apply to our dynamic entertainment industry. He can offer advice and expertise on varying technologies as applicable.
AVID Media Composer (MAC and PC Compatible)
Adobe Premiere Pro
Data Wrangling Package (MAC or PC)
Flat Bed Trolley
Unrestricted Full Driver’s License
Unrestricted Full Motorcycle License
Current Australian Passport
Current Working with Children Check (WWCC)
- 2000 Olympic Torch Bearer – for service to the NT Government
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