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Paul Roy

A highly regarded director, writer and producer, Paul Roy has been the principal cameraman on all Iguana Films documentaries and series over the last decade. Paul is also an award-winning filmmaker and in 1997 received the coveted Dendy Award at the Sydney Film Festival for his Aboriginal health film A Dying Shame. More recently Riddle of the Bradshaws was selected for competition in the 21st International Television Science Festival in Paris

Paul is co-director, with Jenny Ainge of Iguana Films Pty Ltd. (Australia) and Iguana Films Ltd (NZ). As well as Paul's respected technical and artistic skills, his outstanding rapport and sensitivity when dealing with people of all generations has given him access to some incredible stories and situations around the world.

Paul has just returned from location in Zimbabwe shooting his new SBS series Journos on Australian foreign correspondents.



A DYING SHAME examines the plight of Aboriginal health in Australia. Through the personal stories of families and individuals within the Aboriginal community in Borroloola in the Northern Territory, this film reveals the human tragedy behind the bald statistics of Aboriginal health...


This story of the Bradshaw rock paintings or Gwion Gwion as they are known to the Aboriginal traditional owners, unfolds in the vast and beautiful Kimberley region of Australia’s far north west...


After his award-winning film, A DYING SHAME (available from Ronin Films), about health services in a remote community in the Northern Territory, filmmaker Paul Roy continued to focus on the frontiers of the supply of medical services...