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Tsu Shan Chambers

Graduate Certificate Screen: Creative Producing, 2018

Sydney-born, Darwin-raised Tsu Shan Chambers is an optometrist turned actor/writer/producer, passionate about bringing awareness to important issues through powerful storytelling.

Named as one of Screen Producers Australia (SPA)’s ‘Ones to Watch’ in 2018, and was awarded the Charlies Grant Residency with Australians in Film (AiF) in 2021. Tsu Shan holds a Graduate Certificate in Creative Producing from AFTRS and a Masters in Public Health.

She is one of the members of the inaugural A2K Media Disability Justice Lens group, that will develop a training program focusing on solutions to the intersectional experience of disability within the screen industry.

Tsu Shan is the producer of feature film Unsound, about deaf culture and pride. It has been nominated or won a raft of awards including ‘Best Indie Film’ at the AACTA awards and has obtained distribution in multiple international territories, including Netflx in ANZ and Fuse TV in the US.

In 2022, Tsu Shan was selected to participate in SPA’s inaugural Leadership Diversity Mentorship program, and the Australian Writer’s Guild’s inaugural ‘First Break’ cohort.

Her latest feature screenplay, My Eyes, ranked in Coverfly’s top 7% of scripts from around the world and obtained development funding support from VIC Screen.

Tsu Shan continues to develop her slate across TV, feature and online formats to create unique and bold stories with underlying social impact thematics.



Meeting other similarly-aligned collaborators whom I now call friends.



Attending the sold-out world premiere of my first feature Unsound at the 2020 Sydney Mardi Gras Film Festival – it was a very surreal and nerve-wracking moment after so many years of incredibly hard work. I couldn’t have been prouder of my team and supporters at that moment.