Antony Webb is an award winning filmmaker. He is a writer and director with a strong background in cinematography, editing and producing. Antony has a keen interest in making high concept genre films that have a strong focus on character and story and are told with heart.
Graduating with 1st class honours from Curtin University; he has acted as the writer, producer, director, cinematographer and/or editor hundreds of projects including short films, feature films, documentaries, web series, music videos and commercials. He directed the inaugural Movie Extra series Henry & Aaron’s 7 Steps to Superstardom and the award winning short films The Dinner Meeting, The Fan and Carmentis among many other projects.
He has taught and mentored film production at many institutions including Curtin University, Murdoch University, Notre Dame and the WA Screen Academy.
He has won nine WA screen awards including the Best Director award for The
Fan in 2014 and the prestigious Young Filmmaker of the Year award in 2009. He has been selected for several noteworthy development workshops such as
Screen Australia’s Springboard initiative and the Directors Accelerator initiative at
the Melbourne International Film Festival.
In late 2015 Antony travelled to Vancouver where he shadowed director's Dean White and John F. Showalter across three episodes of the Warner Bros. science fiction series The 100. In 2020 he won the short film AWGIE award and received a high commendation for the John Hinde award for excellence in science-fiction writing for Carmentis.
He wrote and directed several exhibitions for the new WA Museum and recently edited twelve episodes of the ABC series 100% Wolf: Legend of the Moonstone. He is represented for commercial work in WA by Siamese and managed by Fictional Entity in Los Angeles.