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Lisa Hoppe Lisa Hoppe i(A144477 works by)
Gender: Female
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Film and television script-writer.

Lisa Hoppe's work in children's and young adult television includes scripts for Heartbreak High, Flipper & Lopaka, Blinky Bill's Extraordinary Balloon Adventure, Master Raindrop, Gasp!, The Woodlies, Hi5, and Guess How Much I Love You.

Her work for adult drama includes scripts for All Saints and White Collar Blue; for both of these series, she was also script editor for part of their run.

Hoppe was both script writer and producer (with Bobbie Waterman) for the short film Heck, which won an AWGIE Award and was selected for screening at the 2011 Palm Springs International Short Film Festival, the Temecula Film Festival, WOW Film Festival, Australian Film Festival, and the Newport Beach Film Festival.

Hoppe was also associate producer on Andy X, Jim Sharman's online film about the death of Andy Warhol.

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Awards for Works

form y separately published work icon H is for Happiness ( dir. John Sheedy ) Australia : Cyan Films , 2019 14352717 2019 single work film/TV

'H is for Happiness is the story of Candice Phee, a relentlessly optimistic and hilariously forthright girl on the cusp of her 13th birthday. Candice’s family is in disarray: her mum has been living with depression since the death of Candice’s baby sister, while her dad and his brother – Candice’s beloved Rich Uncle Brian – are not on speaking terms. As she faces the uncertainties of impending adolescence with the help of her new friend Douglas Benson, Candice hatches a variety of outlandish schemes to make her nearest and dearest happy again.'

Source: Melbourne International Film Festival.

2020 nominated Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Best Film
2020 nominated AWGIE Awards Feature Film - Adaptation
2020 shortlisted New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards Betty Roland Prize for Scriptwriting
form y separately published work icon Heck ( dir. Tanya Goldberg ) Australia : 2010 Z1832145 2010 single work film/TV

'An elderly couple decide to take fate into their own hands, but their planned trip to Mexico to end their lives unravels in an unexpected way.'

Source: Screen Australia.

2011 winner AWGIE Awards Film Award Short Film
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