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The Team

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Bridget May


 Bridget has built on her knowledge and skills by working on several projects, including Finke: There and Back (Brindle Films); Oceans Apart: Art and the Pacific with James Fox (BBC); Produced Utopia Generations (Sandover Films), an NITV and Screen Territory Red Ochre initiative. When the River Runs Dry, Producer, Nora & R.D. Productions.   Recent projects include History Bites Back, a feature documentary as Producer, Brindle Films.   Uluru & the Magician, a feature documentary as Production Manager and Post Production Supervisor.   Associate Producer and Post Production Producer on MaveriX, a children’s television 10 x ½ hour kids drama series for ABC and Netflix.​​

Stephen Limkin


 Stephen worked for Carbon Media in Brisbane. He was one of two editors on Handball Heroes for ABC.  Stephen went on to edit White Cockatoo for Bacon Factory Films.​


During the Commonwealth, he co-produced 52 short films for the games with Bacon Factory Films.He produced and directed Fading Sands documentary.   In 2021 he produced a  documentary on Bob Tait OAM (an Aviation Hall of Fame inductee) obtaining his last ever flight licence at the age of 83.​​


Sue Schweikert ASE


Sue has had a strong focus on longform and narrative drama feature films and feature- length documentary editing. On the feature LOVE OPERA, Sue worked closely with the director Liselle Mei, and was intrinsically involved in crafting the story of the film. Sue has recently completed editing the feature documentary ALICK AND ALBERT for Freshwater Productions (Producer: Trish Lake) BOY FROM THE BUSH (Dir: Kriv Stenders) and has recently completed narrative feature films KANE, THE HEART OF THE MAN and THE GREATEST SURF MOVIE IN THE UNIVERSE with Bronte Pictures.

Simon Walbrook


  AACTA award winner Simon Walbrook has worked on over 50 films, feature documentaries and television series in Australia, Bolivia, France, Germany and Spain. ​ His music has appeared in museum shows and exhibitions including for Australia’s largest museum The National Gallery of Victoria. Most recently his score and sound design for VR project “Prison X” premiered at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. ​ ​

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