Glendyn Ivin / Nightmares
Known for strong visual and performance driven work, Glendyn has received many accolades as a director for his work in commercials, feature films and television series.
Glendyn came to attention with the short film CRACKER BAG, winning the Palme d’Or in 2003 at the Cannes Film Festival. Glendyn’s first feature film, LAST RIDE, starred Hugo Weaving and premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and won Best New Director at The Abu Dhabi Film Festival and the Jury Prize at the Rome International Film Festival. For television, Glendyn’s credits include OFFSPRING (TEN), BEACONSFIELD (Nine), PUBERTY BLUES (Series 1 & 2, TEN) for which Glendyn was set up director, winning the 2012 AACTA award for Best TV Drama Series. Glendyn most recently directed the World War I drama GALLIPOLI (Nine, 2015) and THE BEAUTIFUL LIE (ABC, 2015). Glendyn is currently working on 7 TYPES OF AMBIGUITY (ABC)