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BRENDAN SHOEBRIDGE - Producer | Director | Editor | Camera

'The Bentley Effect' is Brendan's first major feature film intended for the big screen. It has already found an appreciative audience, won film festival awards and acclaim and attracted the attention of the national media.

After directing and editing  “Fractured Country – An Unconventional Invasion” for the Lock the Gate Alliance Brendan was well and truly sent down the unconventional gas rabbit hole.

In a previous life he worked for big fish such as AAV Digital Pictures, BSkyB, IMG World Media and Clemenger BBDO (Melb).

He currently works as a freelance documentary director / cameraman / editor and resides in the Northern Rivers region of NSW. He is a highly sought after independent filmmaker who is passionate about social and environmental issues and actively promotes sustainable living practices. 


ANNE DELANEY - Executive Producer


Anne Delaney is an award winning Australian documentary filmmaker and journalist. She has a First Class Honours Degree in History from the University of Sydney, a Master of Arts degree from the Australian Film TV and Radio School, where she specialised in documentary directing and producing, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts. In 1996 she was a Fulbright Fellow at New York University where she undertook a course in video production. Anne has worked as a senior journalist/producer for ABC Radio National, ABC TV, and SBS TV, and  has written, directed and/or produced several television documentaries including “All the Way”, “Dancing with the Prime Minister”, “A Well Founded Fear”, “Suburb 4 Sale”, “PAN”, “Seeking Refuge”, “The Lama of Greystanes”, “No Mess”, and “The Letter”, etc. Her films have screened at the Chicago, Melbourne, Telluride, Aspen, Tampere, Turin, Columbus, St Kilda, Sydney and Flickerfest Film Festivals, among others.



Harriet has over 40 years' editing experience, including the award winning The Burning Season (2009), the controversial Silma’s School, which had a standing ovation at the 2005 Sydney Film Festival, and the heartbreaking Losing Layla. In 1988 Harriet Clutterbuck (ASE) edited the much acclaimed environmental documentary Blowpipes and Bulldozers screening to over 70 million people world-wide. Her most recent feature documentary is The Sleeping Beauty- Behind the Curtain (Foxtel/Fremantle Media) which screened in 2015.

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