Eva Di Blasio recently completed The Chinaboy Show (ABC2 & ABC iview) starring YT star John Luc (aka mychonny) directed by Trilby Glover and Let’s See How Fast This Baby Will Go (Screen Australia Hotshots short film) written and directed by Julietta Boscolo, starring Liv Hewson (Santa Clarita Diet, Top of the Lake) and Tara Morice (Strictly Ballroom and Dance Academy) which is based on Gloria Harrisons true story, originally heard on This American Life.
Eva has a number of works in post-production/development such as Sleepwalking, (AFTRS fellowship short film) which is a tonal proof of concept for the feature film Bluebirds both written and directed by Melissa Anastasi. And Sunshine written by Lou Sanz and directed by Julietta Boscolo which was the recipient of Screen Australia's Gender Matters funding.
Eva Di Blasio joined RKPix as company director in 2014 to work as a producer on the webseries mychonny moves in directed by Kate Woods and the feature film Sucker directed by Ben Chessell, co-written by Lawrence Leung and starring Timothy Spall and John Luc.
In 2013 Eva was the recipient of the highly coveted Screen Australia LA Internship working with Village Roadshow and The Gotham Group.
From 2011-2013 Eva worked as a post producer for twodogs.tv on titles which included Jack Irish, Rake, Undercover Boss and Beauty and the Geek.
In 2010 Eva produced her debut feature film Little Sparrows directed by Yu-Hsiu Camille Chen which premiered at the Rome International Film Festival, Palm Springs, Cleveland, Chennai and Taipei Film Festivals and at Australia’s Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide Film Festivals. Little Sparrows received rave reviews and went on to win a number of awards including the 2010 DigiSPAA Spaartan Award for Best Digital Feature Film, WA Screen Award for Outstanding Drama and a nomination for Inside Film’s Independent Spirit Award.
Eva has produced a number of short films and co-produced the web series Low Life (Dir: Luke Eve 2014) which was awarded the Grand Jury Prize and Best Comedy at Melbourne’s Web Fest, Photocopier (Dir: Louise Alston 2013), which premiered at MIFF and Los Angeles Reel Festival winning first place for Best Foreign Film and Best Original Score. Working closely with the Australian Theatre for Young People, Eva co-produced the short films Bat Eyes and Boot directed by Damien Power for The Voices Project. Bat Eyes screened at the Venice Film Festival as one of the top ten finalists in YouTube’s - Your Film Festival. In 2009 Eva produced and directed her debut documentary short Taxi which was nominated for a West Australian Screen Award.
Eva graduated from Curtin University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts in Film and Television. And in 2012 she graduated from the Australian Film and Television School with a postgraduate diploma in Producing and Screen Business.