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Paula manages Olympic athletes

Paula has been asked to manage the Australian Taekwondo Olympic team members going to London and Rio. The three athletes are Carmen MartonSafwan Khalil and Caroline Marton. Paula has known these three since she was managing Carlo Massimino. Paula is honoured to be of assistance to these athletes and is available for all media and sponsorship enquiries.

Good Times Update

Paula recently had the pleasure of producing a TVC for charity Heartkids with Kevin Rudd for ZG Productions. Have a look!

Paula also directed and produced a series of videos for Bulla Cream with celebrity chef George Calombaris for production company The Money Shot.

George and Paula

Paula was asked to direct the Melbourne Fringe Festival 2012 play Just Us but Not Really – The Lost Episode. 

The Blue Flag, a documentary about the United Nations, is still in post production and we are applying to get final funding needed to finish the project. If you know of anyone that may want to donate to a documentary as a tax deduction please direct them to this website!

Paula Gleeson has started freelance writing and has just completed her first novel and is starting on her second. Paula latest feature articles include: Inside Sport Magazine and Blitz Martial Arts Magazine. Paula is also writing reviews for publisher Hardie Grant.

Paula has also been writing a blog about anything and everything that is happening in her life, mostly with humorous undertones. Check it out at:

A Sporting Chance

A Sporting Chance will finally be released on DVD! Release date will be the 14th of July 2008 and you can order your copy on this website or in person at Carlo Massimino’s club at 506 High Street Preston Victoria or Melbourne Sports Books 80 Flinders Street Melbourne.


See latest article on DVD release:


Trimmy will screen at the International Day of Sharing Life Stories on Friday the 16th of May at ACMI here in Melbourne at 4pm. See: for more details.

Trimmy has been selected for the Uruguay International Film Festival and will screen in Uruguay’s capital Montevideo on the 15th and 22nd of March 2008. Paula will be attending the festival and looks forward to representing her documentary in her first visit to South America. See link for more details:


A Sporting Chance

A Sporting Chance has won top honours at the 24th Milano International FICTS Festival held in Milan, Italy! The film won its category (Documentary, Great Champion) and then went on to win the grand prize for the best film!

A Sporting Chance wins in Milan

A Sporting Chance will now participate in the 1st Warsaw International FICTS Festival in Warsaw, Poland in February 2007 due to the win.

The Blue Flag

Paula is just about to embark on another leg of filming, this time to UN missions in Democratic Republic of Congo and Palestine and back to HQ in NY. Don’t forget you can make a tax deductable donation to the project by filling out a form on the The Blue Flag page.

UN sunset

We have just returned from an amazing trip filming some of the missions of the UN in China and Liberia, as well as interviewing some of the UN most prestigious employees.
Interviews included: Deputy Secretary General Mark Malloch Brown, President of Liberia Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, UNIFEM Director Noeleen Heyzer, UNMIL (United Nations Mission in Liberia) Special Representative of the SG Alan Doss, Survivors of the UN bombing in Iraq, Djibril Diallo Director, United Nations New York Office of Sport for Development and Peace. These are just to name a few.

UN missions included in the final documentary will be Liberia, Palestine, Lebanon, DRCongo and UN HQ in New York. Release date TBC.


Trimmy has just been selected for the Chicks with Flicks film festival in New York and screened at the Pioneer Theatre on 18th July 2006.

Trimmy was selected for the 2006 WIFT (Woman in Film and Television) Victorian Short Film showcase and screened at ACMI, Federation Square on the 1st of May 2006. The documentary has also screened on ABC Stateline and local Canberra network Channel Vision.