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.
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.