Pat Fiske is an experienced director, producer and sound recordist and a prominent member of Australia's independent filmmaking community. Her two-part series about private prisons in Australia and the United States, Business Behind Bars, won a 2001 Walkley Award. In 2001, she was awarded the prestigious Stanley Hawes Award for her outstanding contribution to the documentary industry.
Some of the films she has directed and produced are the award-winning documentaries Doc (1995), a portrait of Herbert Vere Evatt; For All the World to See (1992), a portrait of Professor Fred Hollows; and Rocking the Foundations (1986), a history of the NSW Builders Labourers Federation.
Her recent production River of No Return, written and directed by Darlene Johnson, was selected for screening at the 2008 Sydney Film Festival.
Fiske is co-head of the documentary department at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School for the past six years, and works part time as a curator for Australian Screen.
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