Bridget worked at Screen Territory where she ran the Northern Territory film agency between 2016 - 2017. Bridget moved into producing and has worked on several projects, including Finke: There and Back (Brindle Films); Oceans Apart: Art and the Pacific with James Fox (BBC); and most recently Producing Utopia Generations.
Rory McLeod is a filmmaker with a passion for nature, the environment and social justice. Rory was raised in the deserts of Central Australia. He lived in the Pitjantjatjara lands for 5 years (aged 2-6) and 12 years in Alice Springs (aged 6-18). Many of his films and videos are about the beauty of the landscape and its creatures. In a world where humans are ever expanding their concrete borders ever further; these things may diminish.
Peter has spent the last 20 years living and working in Central and Northern Australia with Aboriginal people. Peter held the role of Coordinator of Land Management at Anangu Pitjantjatjara-Yangkuntjatara in the late 1990’s, pioneering the concept of indigenous rangers and initiating discussions for the first desert IPA’s at Walalkara and Watarru.
Jeremy is a freelance sound recordist (Left of Elephant Sound), sound engineer, musician, and composer, who has had over 29 years’ experience in many facets of the music industry, and more recently the film industry. He is based in Alice Springs and been in the Northern Territory since 2003. He has recorded in diverse environments, from world class studios to burnt workers’ huts in Arnhem Land with fireside bush sessions, utilising vibrant and creatively inspiring places to capture unique sound.
An internationally awarded sound studio, Best FX provides high quality audio design and production for radio, television and film. Best FX delivers complete and original sound packages tailored to meet their client’s needs and they pride themselves on having a passion and energy that makes them the best in the bizz. As specialists in everything sound, they have an extensive original FX library and also provide in-House Foley, can deliver TV or cinema track in Dolby 5.1 surround sound.
Ian and Jennifer Richards (TV Works) are based in Darwin, Northern Territory with over 20 years of international broadcast experience. Whether it’s producing or fixing for the production crew of Top Gear, filming for National Geographic, flying drones for Google or producing untold stories for agencies and networks, TvWorks have the crew, experience and equipment to handle very aspect of film and television production.
Daniel Milne is an actor and voiceover artist, currently based in Alice Springs. A graduate of the full-time course at Actors Centre Australia, Daniel has worked across both stage and screen for the past decade. An advocate for local stories, he is proud to lend his voice to the narration of this piece about the imminent threats to one of Australia’s most iconic waterways.