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Julia de Roeper

Following ten years in arts administration and marketing, Julia de Roeper began working in film and television in 1989, when amongst other things she produced the pioneering food travel series A Taste of Africa which screened on ABC, SBS and Channel 4 in 1993/4. She later spent five years as Director of Industry Development with the South Australian Film Corporation, then completed a PhD on narrative and was Chair of the Media Resource Centre from 2000-2005 before returning to independent production in 2008. She recently completed the short documentary Magic Harvest, commissioned by the Adelaide Film Festival, and has several projects in late development and financing, including Love from Afghanistan, Waste Warriors and Mr McGee. Julia has recently been
appointed to the ACT Screen Investment Fund Committee, and is a Director of the Institute of Backyard Studies.



All over the world, new suburbs are being built on good agricultural soil. Global warming and suburban sprawl are causing water supply problems and a decline in soil nutrients...


Adelaide-born actress and elocutionist Muriel Matters has been neglected by mainstream history, but in the early 1900s was a pivotal figure in the fight for women’s rights in Britain and was renowned for her daring escapades to draw attention to the cause...


A powerful documentary about the healing of Australia’s greatest river and its diverse peoples through ancient ceremony of culture and spirit...