Based in Alice Springs, Brindle Films was founded in 2011 by producer/writer, Rachel Clements, and actor/writer/producer, Trisha Morton-Thomas. They have worked together for over 10 years and have collaborated on over 80 hours of television. Producer/cinematographer, Anna Cadden, joined the team having successfully worked together on the groundbreaking TV comedy series '8MMM Aboriginal Radio' and 'Finke: There & Back'. The company’s name reflects a commitment to relating unique and diverse Australian stories through collaborations with filmmakers of all ethnic backgrounds, be they black, white or brindle.
Creating high quality and innovative documentary and narrative content for television and theatrical release, Brindle Films has risen to be the Northern Territory’s most respected production company in just a few short years.
Brindle Films has a diverse slate of feature films, documentary and television drama projects in development. Our unique slate of projects reflects our ongoing commitment to tell stories that encompass an attitude where the ideals of reconciliation manifest in narrative form, embedded within the ethics of production and in the projects themselves. Utilising humour to close the gap of misunderstanding and pierce the barriers of ignorance, Brindle Films presents the faces of Australia that are rarely seen on screen.
Brindle Films collaborates closely with leading Indigenous, Territorian and Australian filmmakers. We are constantly developing new and exciting projects for national and international broadcasters and distributors.