Maree Delofski

Maree Delofski

Maree Delofski is a creative practitioner with particular interest in non-fiction and its borderlands. Her work spans screen and audio and has screened locally and globally at film festivals, in cinemas, on television, and in exhibition spaces.

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Maree began filmmaking in the UK with the groundbreaking film collective Cinema Action. Works from that period include Arise Ye Workers - The Dockers' Film (Silver Dove, Leipzig). In Australia she has made the award winning feature documentary Tanaka-san Will Not Do Callisthenics (2008); The Trouble with Merle (2002) (winner NSW Premier's History Award & shortlisted NSW Premier's Literary Award); multi-award winning AFI-nominated A Calcutta Christmas (1999); award-winning AFI nominated documentary feature Philippines My Philippines; ATOM-Award-nominated short comedy Every Little Breeze. Her audio documentaries include NSW Premier's History Award shortlisted Isle of Denial - William Cuffay in Van Diemen's Land (2011) and Frank the Poet - A Convict's Tour to Hell (2012).

Maree has been Head of Documentary (AFTRS), Program Director for the Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC), Program Manager/Senior Project Officer with Australian Film Commission (now Screen Australia) and a member of the Fulbright Scholarship NSW Selection Committee.  She is currently researching a personal essay film exploring political idealism, Maoism and memory.

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