|Occupation Film producer|
Name Rosemary Blight
Awards AACTA Award for Best Film
Alma mater Macquarie University
Education Macquarie University
Spouse Ben Grant
Role Film producer
|Notable works The Sapphires
Nominations AACTA Award for Best Telefeature or Mini Series
Movies The Sapphires, Felony, Clubland, Panic at Rock Island, Stepfather of the Bride
Similar People Tony Briggs, Wayne Blair, Matthew Saville, Deborah Mailman, Tony Tilse
Producer Rosemary Blight on The Sapphires at TIFF 2012
Rosemary Blight is an Australian film producer, credited with films such as The Sapphires (world premiere at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival and AACTA Award for Best Film), The Tree (closed the 2010 Cannes Film Festival), and Clubland (featured at the Sundance Film Festival). Her television work includes the Lockie Leonard series. She has been principal partner and company director with Goalpost Pictures since 1992, and a board member of Screen Australia since 2013.
Blight has a degree in Communications from Macquarie University.
Blight began her career working for record companies and producing music videos. Her first film was Kay Pavlou’s short The Killing Of Angelo Tsakos, which led to her securing a job with independent producer John Maynard. Blight founded RB Films in 1991 with partner Ben Grant.
RB Films became Goalpost Pictures in 2008. Its four principals are Rosemary Blight, Ben Grant, Kylie du Fresne and Cass O'Connor. Goalpost Pictures was named Media Super Production Business of the Year at the annual Screen Producers Australia Awards. Goalpost Pictures has an alliance with Goalpost Film in the UK, the international sales company run by Tristan Whalley.
Blight sits on the Board of Screen Australia.
Her films include the following: