Born in the Northern Territory, Trisha Morton-Thomas is a writer, producer, director and actor who has worked in film and television for over 25 years. She has a background in teaching, radio broadcasting, journalism and theatre. She is an Aboriginal woman from the Anmaterr People in Central Australia.
Trisha has become one of Australia's most renowned Aboriginal actors, recently starring as Lola in 8MMM Aboriginal Radio (2015), the first Aboriginal narrative comedy series which she also wrote and produced. Trish also appears in the award winning Redfern Now and Total Control.
Trisha wrote, directed, produced and presented Occupation: Native for NITV/SBS, which won the Screen Producers of Australia Award for Best Documentary, an ATOM Award and a Capricornia Award (Darwin International Film Festival). Trisha produced The Song Keepers, a feature documentary which premiered at Melbourne International Film Festival in 2017 and had a strong theatrical release in 2018.
Recent projects include Finke: There and Back, a feature documentary for Madman which was released into cinemas in 2019, and Uluru & the Magician, a feature documentary currently in production. She is also producing Audrey and Me, a feature documentary in production, and MaveriX, a children's television drama series scheduled for production in 2021 for ABC and Netflix. She is in development on a number of feature drama and television drama projects.
See also www.roninfilms.com.au/person/17428/trisha-morton-thomas-with-craig-anderson.html for films made by Trisha Morton-Thomas in collaboration with Craig Anderson.
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