Alice Taylor

Alice Taylor

Filmmaker in Canberra, Australia

About Alice

Producer/Director with 15 years experience in the TV and film industry. Some drama, mostly documentary. Interested in creativity and the art of filmmaking. Vice President of the Canberra International Film Festival.

Name: Alice Taylor

Lives in: Canberra, Australia

Occupation: Filmmaker

Unique traits: Specialised knowledge of Indigenous filming protocol and a passion for creative documentary.


  • Who We Are: Brave New Clan

    Who We Are: Brave New Clan (2014)
    TV Movie by Leah Purcell (Documentary) Producer Who We Are: Brave New Clan is a one hour television special following the lives of six exceptional young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, showing how they engage with their communities, history and cultures, in modern Australia. Their unique journeys span Indigenous cultures across the country from the bustling streets of Sydney to the aquamarine vistas of the Torres Strait. Written by CAAMA Productions

  • Locks of Love

    Locks of Love (2014)
    Film (Comedy, Crime, Drama, Romance and 1 More) First Assistant Director Locks of Love is an anthology of eleven short stories each exploring the theme of love. From Florence to Paris, Melbourne to Seoul, public places abound with padlocks connecting people forever through love. This Canberra-made film tells the tales behind eleven padlocks. The dynamics of love play out in romance, friendship, family and heartbreak - charting a course across comedy, drama and even the supernatural. Centred around a gate of padlocks in a Canberra Park, almost 300 locals were involved in the making of the film. Written by Rebecca Filipzyk

  • Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont

    Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont (2005)
    Film by Dan Ireland (Comedy and Drama) Production manager Mrs. Palfrey, recently widowed after a long happy marriage, moves into a London residential hotel more lively and elegant on line than in fact. She determines to make the best of it among an odd assortment of people, and she particularly hopes her grandson, a London resident, will visit. When she slips on a walk and is aided by a penniless young writer, she invites him to dine at the Claremont and plays along when her dining mates assume he's her grandson. A friendship develops giving her a companion with whom she can talk about memories and poetry and giving him ideas and support for his writing. But what of her actual family? How it plays out is the movie's story. Written by <>

  • Beyond Tomorrow

    Beyond Tomorrow (2005)
    Television (Documentary) Editorial department

  • EarthPulse

    EarthPulse (2002)
    Television (Documentary) Editorial department


  • University of California-Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)

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