Bronwyn Ketels

General Manager
The Post Lounge
Company Profile
The Post Lounge has been recognised both internationally and domestically for its exceptional post production capabilities and technical excellence for almost 45 years. As an independently-owned, full service post production company with facilities in Brisbane, Melbourne and a recently opened state of the art studio in Sydney’s Redfern, TPL has the in-depth understanding of film and video editing processes and systems that is required for even the most complex productions.

Servicing feature films - both independent and studio pictures of all budgets and scales - through high end TV drama, theatrical documentaries, factual broadcast programming, plus short-form and commercials, The Post Lounge offers end-to-end post services including digital dailies, editorial crew and facilities, DI and video 4K/UHD/2K/8K, HDR/SDR, motion graphic design and title sequences, visual effects, full sound post production including Dolby Home Atmos, screening rooms, deliverables and post supervision.
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A specialist film and television post production producer and post supervisor, Bronwyn has 20 years professional experience within top post houses in the UK and Australia, project managing a range of television, film and digital content, including award-winning feature documentaries, theatrical features, factual, comedy and sketch shows, live events such as music concerts for cinema & DVD, awards shows and light entertainment, as well as commercials and high-end television drama.
Bronwyn spent 10 years with The Farm Group in London, working as GM of Uncle, The Farm Group's five-storey full post facility in Soho, supervising technical and production staff and managing a variety of projects including dozens of BBC factual programmes. After a move to Melbourne in 2010, Bronwyn post produced TVCs, feature films, TV drama and branded content at three major post studios before joining independent company The Post Lounge in 2016, to launch their new Melbourne boutique studio. A relocation to Brisbane in 2018 sees Bronwyn post supervising from TPL’s headquarters in Woolloongabba, where she oversees their longform slate.
Bronwyn’s feature credits include Never Too Late, Streamline, Bloody Hell, Escape and Evasion, Blood Vessel, The Butterfly Tree, Holding the Man, Lion, The King’s Daughter and Truth. Recent documentaries include Slim and I, and Brock: Over the Top, and Love Opera. TV credits include Ten mini series Trial in the Outback: The Lindy Chamberlain Story, Retrograde, Reef Break, The Family Law, Molly, Hunters, The Beautiful Lie, Gallipoli and Louis Theroux.
Bronwyn Ketels