Tim Carlier is a filmmaker from Adelaide, Australia. Since graduating from the screen and media course at Flinders University in 2016 he has been working in the local film industry in a variety of roles, primarily in camera departments. He has credits on the TV series Wolf Creek, Pine Gap and Gymastics Academy as well as the feature films Cargo, A Month of Sundays, Escape from Pretoria and Monolith. In 2019 he undertook an artist’s residency in Sofia, Bulgaria, as well as an experimental film course in Berlin, Germany as part of a Helpmann Fellowship. He has directed several short films including Times of Zoe and Farmers, which was nominated for the Dendy award for Best Australian Short film at the Sydney Film Festival and won best Australian film at the Australian Independent Film Awards. He is a co-founder of the House of Spaghetti filmmaking/theatre collective in Adelaide with whom he’s written and performed in 12 musical comedies at the Adelaide Fringe, including tim&TIM’s FrEaKy fRiDaY!, Unturnoffable and Charles DePoopier. In 2021 he was announced as the winner of the annual Hanlon Larsen Screen Fellowship, using the funds to make his debut feature film ‘Paco’, an experimental comedy.