Anne Brooksbank is an award-winning screenwriter and author. Recent feature credits include co-writing the AACTA nominated Don’t Tell, for director Tori Garrett, and co-writing Heatstroke, an adaptation of Hannah Nyala’s novel ‘Leave No Trace’, directed by Evelyn Purcell, starring Maisie Williams, Stephen Dorff and Svetlana Metkina, and produced by Bold Films. Anne also wrote the AWGIE Award-winning ...Maybe This Time, for Cherrywood Film Productions, wrote additional dialogue on AFI Award-winning Newsfront for Phillip Noyce, and penned the tele-movies Archer, Army Wives, and Marriage Acts (AWGIE Award Winner Best Telefeature Script, Best Drama Script ABC Contestables Competition, and nominated for the QLD Premier’s Award and a Logie).
Anne has written extensively for television, her credits include multiple episodes of A Country Practice, G.P., Water Rats, Blue Heelers, High Flyers, Winners, Wildside, Cop Shop, and Halifax F.P., for which she received and AFI nomination.
She is also an award-winning documentary writer. Credits include The Choice, and March the Fourth, each receiving AWGIE Awards for Best Documentary Script; the short docudrama Hospitals Don’t Burn Down, which screened at Chicargo Film festival and was the sixth highest-grossing industrial documentary in USA, 1977; and On Kangaroo Island, which was a Gold Medal Winner for Brussels Festival of Nature Films and received the First Prize Jedda Gold Award, First Prize Finbar Gold Award, Cork Film Festival and the Gold Award, Chicago Film Festival.
Anne’s books include All My Love, On Loan, Sir Katherine, Marriage Acts and Mother’s Day.
Anne Brooksbank is represented by Jane Cameron.
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