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Bronwyn Purvis

Bronwyn Purvis is an award winning-filmmaker, theatre director and producer. She works in partnership with communities, in an inclusive creative process that often involves participants who are experiencing marginalization.

In Australia she has worked with Big hART, Australian Theatre for Young People, Outback Theatre for Young People, Arts Access Australia, Polyglot Puppet Theatre and Restless Dance Company. Her credits for Big hART include: Co- Director DRIVE (ABC TV),
Co- Director RADIO HOLIDAY (Melbourne International Arts Festival), Co -Director DRIVE IN HOLIDAY (Ten Days on the Island Arts Festival) Episode Director kNOT@HOME (SBS TV Series), Director SLEEP WELL (Bourke Young Mothers Project), Co- Director LOVE ZOMBIES (Wynyard High School), Associate Director STICKYBRICKS (Sydney Festival), Associate Director kNOT@HOME (Melbourne International Arts Festival) and Filmmaker RU&I@1 (Hazelhurst Regional Gallery).

Other credits include: Director CRAVING (Australian Theatre for Young People), Artistic Director TIES THAT BIND (Outback Theatre for Young People), Director POP'S DREAM (Redfish Bluefish Productions), Director HONEYEATERS (Adelaide Jackson Productions), Producer UP, UP and AWAY (Down Syndrome NSW), Producer COMING HOME (2SER Radio) and Producer PZ1749- 28 (ABC Radio National). Awards include: Australia Council for the Arts Kirk Robson Award for Young Leaders; Australian Theatre for Young People International Lendlease Scholarship; Best Film Bondi Film Festival; St Kilda Film Festival award.



PLEASE NOTE: Ronin advises that this film contains graphic descriptions of death and injury. ________________________________ In 1915 the biggest killer of young Australian males was Gallipoli...