Gracie Otto

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Gracie is an accomplished Australian filmmaker.

In 2013, Gracie’s debut feature documentary THE LAST IMPRESARIO premiered at the London Film Festival and had a theatrical release in the UK, US and Australia. She also associate produced Nick Broomfield’s WHITNEY CAN I BE ME in 2016.  Gracie’s latest feature documentary UNDER THE VOLCANO has made fans of Paul McCartney, Dr Dre and others. It is about Sir George Martin’s recording studio in the Caribbean in the 1980s as well as a personal bio pic film on her father, actor Barry Otto.

Gracie has recently completed her debut feature film SERIOUSLY RED (with Krew Boylan, Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale) for Dollhouse Pictures which is set to be announced in competition at a major festival.

Gracie directed all 6 episodes of the second season of Stan’s THE OTHER GUY.  She is attached to direct the feature film adaptation of Armistead Maupin’s audacious novel, MAYBE THE MOON, currently in pre-production.

In 2015 Gracie co-founded the all-female production company Dollhouse Pictures alongside filmmakers Rose Byrne, Jessica Carrera, Shannon Murphy and Krew Boylan. Gracie has two feature dramas in development – RUE DE TOURNON and GIRLS IN HOTELS in partnership with Dollhouse Pictures.

In 2018 Gracie finished her fifth short film which she wrote, directed and edited titled DESERT DASH after winning the North American Script Competition in the US.  Gracie has produced an incredible slate of celebrity fashion films and TVCs, including recently Gigi Hadid for Maybelline NYC, as well as iconic Australian underwear brand BONDS in the outback, jungle and salt flats.

Gracie has fulfilled an ambition by completing four courses in Stand Up Comedy, Storytelling and Improv at UCB.  Gracie also starred in and edited THREE BLIND MICE which won the Fipresci Prize at the 2008 London Film Festival.

View Gracie’s work on her site here.