PRODUCER / MANAGING DIRECTOR
Ben McNeill is the Managing Director of Intrinsic Story, and has worked across feature films, mini-series, television projects, and interactive & documentary specials.
Most recently, Ben produced the theatrical feature film 'Dying to Live', a look at organ transplantation in Australia, which screened at festivals such as BIFF, MIFF, Sydney Film Festival and CinefestOz, and was released to cinemas in 2019.
Ben previously served as Production Executive for Freshwater Pictures across projects such as the co-production feature 'Early Winter' and feature coal seam gas documentary 'Frackman'. With three-time Emmy award-winning producer Mark Lewis, Ben collaborated on the PBS animal series The Standard of Perfection, and again on the Sundance success 'Cane Toads: The Conquest' with Participant Media and Discovery Studios.
Ben has worked as a Production Accountant on numerous drama projects, including Universal Pictures’ Angelina Jolie-directed biopic Unbroken, Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Thor: Ragnarok, and the locally-produced NEST.
Katrina has extensive experience across all genres of Production over the last 15 years working on a range of diverse content, all with a strong focus on engaging entertainment and Australian stories. Turning her hand from scripted drama and large scale reality to small and intimate documentaries, she has a unique and broad knowledge of all areas of screen production and management.
Her credits include juggernaut series such as I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here for both the UK and German markets, as well as the local productions of Survivor and Big Brother to name a few. Her experience in drama ranges from blockbusters to small Australian series, with a focus on physical production. Along with her extensive work in natural history and documentary, Katrina now brings these skills as a Producer to Intrinsic Story with the development of 'Drop'.