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Bridget May

While Bridget ran Screen Territory, she secured $9 million in additional funding for Northern Territory filmmakers. Since then, Bridget has moved into screen productions on projects including ‘Finke: There and Back’ (Brindle Films); ‘Oceans Apart: Art and the Pacific’ with James Fox (BBC); ‘Utopia Generations’, an NITV and Screen Territory Red Ochre initiative; and ‘When the River Runs Dry’, a Nora & R.D. Production. Recent projects include ‘Uluru & the Magician’, a feature documentary, ‘History Bites Back’, a feature documentary, ‘MaveriX’, a children’s television drama series for ABC and Netflix, and ‘Lost Flowers of Alice Hart’, drama series for Amazon.

Website: https://www.norard.com/

IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm9253301/?ref_=fn_al_nm_2

Last updated: 21 Jun 2021

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