Tim Marshall is an award-winning Australian writer/director with an asymmetrical curiosity and a passion for exploring our misbalanced lives, from the joy to the pain.
His short films have screened at numerous notable film festivals the world over, including Sundance, SXSW, MIFF & Palm Springs. In 2013, his short film 'Gorilla' won the Iris Prize in the UK.
Tim also has an exciting slate of feature films and TV shows currently in development. Most notably, his feature film script, 'The Love Division', which was 1 of 4 finalists in the Screen Queensland and Stan (Australia's largest SVOD platform) Fully Funded Features Initiative and his comedy TV series 'Forever Alone', co-written by Luke Tierney. The pilot script for 'Forever Alone' recently won Grand Prize in the WeScreenplay TV Script Contest, judged by Comedy Central.
In 2014, Tim was also the co-curator of a unique filmmaker residency program, 'The Weight of Mountains' held in northern Iceland over three months of winter. He also has a successful online series, 'TORSO', that was featured in the Huffington Post. 'TORSO' has been presented as an interactive installation with a custom-built app at both Outfest Los Angeles and the Reykjavik International Film Festival.