Tanith Glynn-Maloney / Film Practitioner
Tanith Glynn-Maloney is a filmmaker based in Sydney and Alice Springs. She hails from a creative family and has always had a passion for Indigenous film.
Tanith began her career like many indigenous filmmakers including Warwick Thornton, Steven McGregor and Rachel Perkins at CAAMA (Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association) in Alice Springs.
Tanith produced Nulla Nulla, a short film that had its world premiere at the prestigious Berlin International Film Festival in February 2015, the film went on to win the AACTA Award for best short film in the same year.
Tanith was a Development and Investment Manager with the Indigenous Department of Screen Australia for an emerging practitioners’ initiative, Songlines to Screen.
Tanith has just completed She Who Must Be Loved the bio documentary on her grandmother, Freda Glynn, Aboriginal Film and Television pioneer.
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