Professor Kathryn Millard

Professor Kathryn Millard

Professor Kathryn Millard

Professor Kathryn Millard 

Professor in film and creative arts

Professor Kathryn Millard is a filmmaker and essayist with a body of work that is internationally recognised and highly awarded.  Random 8 (2012) her semi-improvised digital feature, won awards at Mexico International Film Festival and Lucerne International Film Festival. The Boot Cake (2008), her AWGIE (Australian Writers' Guild Award) nominated feature-documentary about Chaplin imitators in India, was described by Chaplin's biographer David Robinson as 'an astonishing testament to the far-reaching influence of silent film. Kathryn's other films include the AFI (Australian Film Institute) award-winning features Travelling Light (2003) and Parklands (1996) with Cate Blanchett in her first film role.

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