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Camille Hardman

Camille Hardman is a tenacious filmmaker who developed a thirst for filmmaking while living in New York in 1993, working as a runner on a feature film. The following year she did work experience in the Channel 10 news room and the Stables Theatre for the Griffin Theatre Company.

Camille soon landed a job with Grainger Television holding various positions as Director, Principal Camera and Production Manager and researcher, maintaining responsibility for some twenty animal and travel documentaries for Discovery USA & UK, Travel Channel USA & UK, Channel 7 (Aust), RAI (Italy) to name a few.

In 1997 Camille established BarkingCat Productions - specialising in corporate and promotional videos for many well known international companies. In 1998 Camille worked with Robyn Kershaw as Assistant Producer on the award winning and distinctly Australian international feature Looking for Alibrandi

Camille is now diecting her focus on pure documentary making. Concentrating on stories that express and showcase the human condition in all its forms. She is extremely enthusiastic about BarkingCat Productions and developing a strong and solid reputation worldwide.

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Big Dreamers - DOWNLOAD

$9.99 | 55 minutes

(2007)

Once upon a time there was a tiny sugar town in tropical north Queensland called Tully. Tully was a very prosperous town until one day Brazil decided to dump its sugar stockpile on the global market. The townsfolk called a meeting to save&hellip…

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Big Dreamers

$24.95 | 55 minutes

(2007) - Director

Once upon a time there was a tiny sugar town in tropical north Queensland called Tully. Tully was a very prosperous town until one day Brazil decided to dump its sugar stockpile on the global market. The townsfolk called a meeting to save&hellip…

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Big Dreamers - ON DEMAND

$2.99 | 55 minutes

(2007)

Once upon a time there was a tiny sugar town in tropical north Queensland called Tully. Tully was a very prosperous town until one day Brazil decided to dump its sugar stockpile on the global market. The townsfolk called a meeting to save&hellip…

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