Director Chantelle Murray has a passion for storytelling and a unique perspective that has gained her accolades and credits on a range of projects. With a career debut in dramatic emotive short films, 2020 My Name is Mudju screened at Bronze Lens Film Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, CinefestOZ, touring with Flickerfest nation-wide, and winning best short film at Rotorua Indigenous Film Festival. Her second film Shed opened at Sydney Film Festival, and screened at WINDA and CinefestOZ Film Festivals. Chantelle has been attached to international productions as Directors attachment to Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis biopic, Phillip Noyce, most recently, Thor: Love and Thunder shadowing Taika Waititi. She’s currently in pre-production for her debut animation feature.
SCREEN FOREVER is proudly supported by the Queensland Government, through Screen Queensland.
Screen Producers Australia respectfully acknowledges the people of the Yugambeh language region, the traditional owners of the lands on which we met. We thank the traditional custodians for welcoming us all onto their lands.
We acknowledge and pay respects to them and all their descendants both past and present. We also acknowledge the many Aboriginal people from other regions as well as Torres Strait and South Sea Islander people who now live in the local area and have made an important contribution to the community.