Catherine Millar has directed many of Australia’s most critically and commercially successful TV dramas. Her credits are numerous and diverse, spanning drama, crime, comedy, fantasy, young adult and children’s drama.
Catherine’s recent credits include Series 4 and 5 of A Place to Call Home (Seven Network/Foxtel, 2016-17), Series 3 of Janet King (Screentime, 2017), Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries (Every Cloud Productions, 2013), episodes of three seasons of Wentworth (Seven Productions, 2013-16) and House Husbands (Playmaker Media, 2012-13).
Darlings of God (ABC, 1989), which Catherine developed and directed, won an AWGIE for Best TV Adaptation. Catherine was also nominated for an AFI for Best TV Director for her episode of Twisted Tales (Nine Network, 1996). Her other credits include Packed to the Rafters (2009-10), All Saints (2004-06) and Always Greener (2003), Mumbo Jumbo (1999) Sword of Honour (Seven Network, 1986) all for the Seven Network, Water Rats (Nine Network, 1997), The Lost World (Coote Hayes, 1999-2002), BeastMaster (Coote Hayes, 2001), Special Squad (Crawford Productions, 1984), Farscape (Jim Henson Productions, 2000-01), Sleepover Club (Burberry Productions/Disney, 2003), 13 Gantry Row (Ten Network, 1998), Every Move She Makes (ABC, 1984), Without Warning (JNP, 1999), Darlings of the Gods (ABC, 1989), The Long Way Home (ABC, 1985), The New Adventures of Black Beauty (Isambard Productions, 1990-1991), Heartbreak High (Ten Network, 1995-98).
Catherine held the position of Head of Directing at the Australian Film Television and Radio School from 2007-2010 and was Deputy Director of Screen Content at AFTRS from 2010-2012.
She is currently developing a number of original TV drama concepts.
For enquiries regarding Catherine Millar please contact us via email or on (02) 9319 7199