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Bernadette Murray is a filmmaker and editor of narrative, documentary, art installation and music videos with over 15 years of experience and a passion for storytelling.
Bernadette is best known for her work on the award winning feature films ‘The Opposition,’ ‘China Love’ and soon to be released drama ‘Lone Wolf.’ Other works of note include ABC’s ‘Benjamin Law’s: Waltzing the Dragon’ and more recently the gently subversive ‘Back to Nature’ starring Aaron Pederson and Holly Ringland; National Geographic's ’The Sugary Ship,’ and stand up comedy release 'Dylan Moran: What it is.’
Bernadette has extensive short film and music video credits both as editor and director. She has collaborated with artists both for live shows and art installation pieces. Musical acts include Katalyst, Hermitude, Jaala, David Brydie, The Herd, Laneous, Tilman Robinson and Children Collide. Her installation work has explored collaborations with visual artists Victora Hempsted for Art Pharmacy, experiments in movement with dancer Holly Durant and an upcoming residency in 2021 for the Substation with Carla Zimblar.
She has assisted on a number of projects for film and television; including the AACTA award winning TV series ‘Redesign My Brain,’ Ben Briand’s short film 'Blood Pulls a Gun' and feature documentary 'Black Panther Woman' produced by Blackfella Films.
Bernadette holds a Graduate Diploma in Editing from the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS), a Graduation Diploma in Animation (RMIT) and a Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies (UNSW.) Bernadette has also taught editing workshops at National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA) and at the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS).