Atalanti Dionysus is an award winning screen content producer who has produced content across a range of projects; high end television commercials, music videos, documentaries, short films and feature films. Atalanti lectures across various Universities in Melbourne teaching Screen Media Studies.
She is currently involved as a producer in the female horror anthology feature film in collaboration with Unicorn Films currently in development. She produced the independent feature film, The Five Provocations with Angie Black, which is currently in post-production and due for anticipated release in early 2017.
Her web series The Journey of Documentary (2012) was the outcome of her Master of Arts by Research degree completed at AFTRS Sydney, it received seven international awards, including Best Interactive Documentary, Best Web Series, Best Educational Interactive Website.
Atalanti has been a recipient of Film Victoria’s Producers’ Attachment scheme and she is also the recipient of the Inaugural Hazel Hawke Arts Award for her contribution as an artist and her support of female artists within the arts community.
She is the producer of the short film Sir Dance-a-lot (2014 ) which has screened at over 10 international film festivals. Atalanti has over twenty years production experience working as producer and in various other roles, including line producer, production manager and production coordinator on a number of award winning films and documentaries.
Atalanti was awarded a scholarship by La Trobe University 2017, to undertake her PhD, looking at Augmented and Virtual Reality Storytelling for narrative and documentary projects. The PhD will be completed by 2021, with a practised led component. She has started a blog Augmented And Virtual Reality Storytelling, which will feature her research as she progress, on all things VR/AR.