Anne Brooksbank is a screenwriter and author. Her films include Newsfront (co-writer with Bob Ellis & Phillip Noyce), Archer, Maybe This Time and Army Wives. She has also written long form television including Marriage Acts (winner of Best Drama Script ABC Contestables Competition, AWGIE for Best Telefeature Script, nominated for the screenwriting category of the QLD Premier’s Award and nominated for a Logie in the Peer Category), Halifax fp (Nominated for six AFI Awards including Best Screenplay in a Television Drama, Best Miniseries or Telefeature, Best Leading Actors in a Television Drama, both male and female, Best Direction in a Television and the Award for Open Craft in Television, as well as a Logie for the Best Television Film in the Peer Category and was nominated for an AWGIE) and episodes of most major television series. She is also an award winning documentary writer. Her work has been screened at the Chicago and Brussels Film Festivals and she has won 1 AFI (nominated for several) and 5 AWGIE’s for her writing. Her books include All My Love, On Loan, All My Love, Marriage Acts and Mother’s Day.
Anne co-wrote the recently released feature Heatstroke based on the novel ‘Leave No Trace’. The film was directed by Evelyn Purcell, produced by Bold Films and stars Masie Williams, Stephen Dorff and Svetlana Metkina.
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