I am a storyteller and an adventurer at heart, with a deep desire to share new perspectives and observations about our world. I am driven to facilitate exceptional stories, share these with an audience in a creative way, and get people thinking.
I have worked in the film/television industry for 20 years but have now turned my attention to business and financial controlling.
At the age of 10 I founded the Caufield Adventure club. There were not many adventures in the mid suburbs of Melbourne. But they came later when my passion for far horizons and social justice found its focus in documentary filmmaking.
I'm a recent Media Arts & Production (UTS) graduate and new addition to the Media Stockade team! I have a passion for filmmaking and storytelling, and I'm now taking a step into the world of documentary.
Marylou Verberne has worked in the area of social change for over two decades. Whilst her early career was in law, her professional experience spans the government, not for profit and philanthropic sectors.
I Am A Girl is playing for #InternationalWomensDay next Thursday March 8 at 1:00pm and 6:30pm at cinema's around Australia as part of Documentary Australia Foundation Doc Social Series.
Posted 1st Mar in News
When Walkley Talks return to the State Library of NSW in February 2018, join us for a screening of the new independent documentary film Disaster Capitalism, written and co-produced by independent journalist and author Antony Loewenstein, followed by a discussion about freelancing, war reporting, filmmaking, objectivity in conflict zones, the role of journalism and aid.
Posted 15th Feb in News
The first episode of Media Stockade's series The Surgery Ship premiered on NatGo People Channel last week. The series follows the courageous Australian doctors and nurses on board the ‘Africa Mercy’ surgery ship, providing lifesaving medical treatments to one of the most disadvantaged areas in Africa.
Posted 25th Apr in News