"A potent and passionate documentary, profoundly relevant in these #MeToo, Trump and COVID-19 Times."
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"I’m so proud of The Leadership’s strong and powerful message to audiences: we must accelerate change by having more women leaders in STEMM to create a better future for the planet. That initial voyage was audacious, complex and without precedent. It was glorious and mightily challenging, and not always comfortable viewing. But it shows the leadership model that Homeward Bound believes the world needs: collaborative, inclusive and legacy minded, open to feedback, ready to listen, grow and change."Fabian DattnerCEO, Homeward Bound
"The Leadership demonstrates in moving and gritty terms what leadership can entail... I would screen this film to my undergraduate classes, to my postgraduates, and to my colleagues in environment studies."Elspeth ProbynProfessor in Gender and Cultural Studies
"The Leadership has a lot to tell us about the systemic inequality within the STEMM world, as well as the shocking events that plague women within the industry. The film also teaches us a lot about resilience, the power of sisterhood and that even the best leaders can make mistakes and need help from others. This film should be required viewing for not just the STEMM world, but every leadership course."Mark DrummondCool Australia
The Leadership stimulates essential discussion around what systemic changes are necessary to facilitate participation and leadership of diverse women in STEMM; this is vital to tackle wicked social and environmental challenges around the world. The value in having women – and more broadly a host of diverse perspectives -- in scientific research is that it can shape what questions get asked and importantly how they are answered.”Janelle WeissmanUN Women
"The Leadership is a rare insight into what the beginning of systemic change looks like. We are privileged to be able witness the courage of leaders that lean into discomfort, in service of a greater cause. We used this as a case study on McKinsey’s Executive Leadership Program and it gave our group rich stories to wrestle with and unique lessons in adaptive leadership."Mike VierowMcKinsey
"The Leadership Documentary brought a new lens to the global conversation on women in leadership roles in science. We used the film to deliver an event for women in science in Australia which broke down the concept of Leadership through shared stories of failures, successes and bold actions towards an inclusive science sector."Dr Melina GeorgousakisFounder, Franklin Women
Her television work has previously been reviewed as 'extraordinary ... powerful and potent, a real emotional revelation'; 'brave and essential viewing' and 'unforgettable'. The Leadership is her debut feature documentary.
Greer has produced a number of documentaries including the feature documentary Sanctuary, the television documentaries The Troublesome Priest & Blue Water Empire for the ABC and the VR film Every King Tide for SBS.
Greer has previously held roles in public broadcasters. She was Deputy Head of Fiction at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation for 5 years and a Programme Finance Executive at Channel 4 in the UK.
Sweet Country directed by Warwick Thornton premiered at the 2017 Venice Film Festival winning the Special Jury Prize. The film then screened in Platform at the Toronto Film Festival where it won the Platform Prize.
David more recently produced both series of the award winning television drama Mystery Road as well as the feature film High Ground, starring Simon Baker, which screened in a Gala Presentation at the 2020 Berlin Film Festival. He is currently producing Leah Purcell’s The Drover’s Wife The Legend of Molly Johnson and Ivan Sen’s Loveland.