Meredith Garlick is a producer, writer, consultant and senior executive, with over 20 years in the film and television industry. In 2015-16 Meredith worked in the Northern Territory, first as Director of Screen Territory, delivering the report of the Ministerial Advisory Council, Charting new territory, which resulted in a significant funding increase to the local industry, and, later, also producing the arts and cultural policy for the Northern Territory Government. As Head of Development and Production and CEO at Screen Queensland, Meredith was responsible for the strategic direction of the organisation and drove the expansion of the local industry through targeted development programs. She oversaw development and production investment in over 100 domestic and international projects, of all genres and formats. Meredith has produced for film and television on three continents. Meredith’s $30M children’s film, The Secret of Moonacre, was a UK-France-Hungary co-production starring Dakota Blue Richards, Ioan Gruffudd, Juliet Stevenson and Tim Curry. It was released in over 120 territories. Meredith has an MFA (Producing) from Columbia University and was awarded the University Medal and First Class Honours from University of Queensland for her thesis on the films of Quentin Tarantino.
WINNER! 2018 ATOM Award for Best Indigenous Video!
The Aboriginal story is often buried deep beneath the accepted 247-year Australian historical narrative...