Yet later again!
No police, no evidence, no desire to communicate. The Screen Australia Board is, it seems, going to stick to its guns. The ban remains in place but I am not entitled to be provided with evidence of the crimes that have led to the ban being placed on me in the first place. An extraordinary state of affairs. As I have said many times (too many!) my own travails are of little consequence to anyone but myself. it is the dynamic in place here that should be of concern to my fellow filmmakers - a CEO who does not need to justify her actions and a Board that is quite happy for this state of affairs to prevail.
Yet again, if there is evidence that I have intimidated and placed at risk members of Screen Australia staff, why don't Ruth Harley and the Board make it public and prove me to be a liar?
People come and go and I remain invisible. Kafkaesque indeed!