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Paul Roberts

Paul is an acclaimed documentary filmmaker whose work includes the award winning films LAND OF THE LITTLE KINGS, DON'T SAY SORRY and most recently MOBILE. Other films include BLACK MAGIC, BUFFALO LEGENDS and SOMETHING CLOSE TO HELL. Paul mentors and shares his knowledge with many early career filmmakers.

Paul has been honoured by the West Australian Screen community with an Outstanding Contribution to Industry Award at the 2003 WA Screen Awards and is a Life Member of the Film and Television Institute.

Filmography

SOMETHING CLOSE TO HELL »

Lorraine McArthur suffered burns to 75% of her body in a fuel fire. She spent ten months in hospital and, by comparison, feels childbirth is easy...

LAND OF THE LITTLE KINGS »

Archie Roach was about three years old when he was taken from his family. He talks about the value of 'joining the circle' - his metaphor for the recovery that can be achieved by those who have been separated from their families, as they link up again...

MILLI MILLI »

In MILLI MILLI Aboriginal director Wayne Barker takes the viewer on a cultural travelogue through the three regions of the Kimberleys: the coast, the rivers and tablelands, and the desert...

BLACK MAGIC »

Although about top Aboriginal sportsmen, BLACK MAGIC is more than a film about sport. It is an account of the creative use of sport made by the Noongar people of Western Australia's south-west to advance their people's standing...

BUFFALO LEGENDS »

'The Legends' were a group of men who formed the Buffaloes Football Club and championed fair play on and off the sporting field...

LIFE OF THE TOWN »

DISC ONE 1 | MEET THE TOWN Coach Shane Woods and local football legend, Brendan “Jibba” Deering share what it’s like living in a small Australian country town, like Ongerup...