Maggie was co-director of Burrundi Pictures based out of Darwin in Australia’s Northern Territory, a co-producing entity on Stephen Johnson’s debut feature ‘Yolngu Boy’ which played at Telluride in 2000. After relocating to Melbourne she produced Jonathan auf der Heide’s debut ‘Van Diemen’s Land’, which premiered at the Adelaide Film Festival and Edinburgh Int. Film Festival and received a Special Mention at Sitges, 2009. Alongside Robert Connolly, Maggie produced ‘The Turning’ with a eighteen amazing directors, Marieka Walsh, Warwick Thornton, Jub Clerc, Robert Connolly, Anthony Lucas, Rhys Graham, Ashlee Page, Tony Ayres, Claire McCarthy, Stephen Page, Shaun Gladwell, Mia Wasikowska, Simon Stone, David Wenham, Jonathan Auf Der Heide, Justin Kurzel, Yaron Lifschitz and Ian Meadows, which had Melbourne Int. Film Festival and Berlinale Gala Screenings in 2014 and received a 2013 nomination for the APSA Best Film. With Robert Connolly and Liz Kearney, Maggie produced Robert’s ‘Paper Planes’, which had a Kids Gala at Melbourne Int. Film Festival, and screened at numerous festivals including Toronto Int. Film Festival and Busan Int. Film Festival 2014. Paper Planes was the Opening Film for the Generation Kplus, Berlinale 2015, and won the inaugural CinefestOz Film Prize 2014. With Mark Patterson, Maggie produced the late Paul Cox’s ‘Force Of Destiny’, Opening Night film of the Melbourne Int. Film Festival 2015. Maggie was the Asia Pacific Screen Awards Academy Children’s Film Fund recipient 2015 for her first screenplay ‘Stanley V’s The Hairyman’, a project with author and consultant Boori Monty Pryor. Maggie also produced and directed the documentary ‘Dare To Be Different’ including a special version for ABC Compass, 2015. Maggie is co-writer/impact producer on the Good Pitch documentary ‘Guilty’ about Bali-9’s Myuran Sukumaran which screened at the Adelaide Film Festival 2017 and the Human Rights, Arts and Film Festival 2018, winner of the ATOM Award for Best Docudrama 2018. Maggie is producing Stephen Johnson’s ‘High Ground’ with David Jowsey, Witiyana Marika, Greer Simpkin and Stephen Johnson.

Accolades

Robert Connolly and Maggie Miles
Best Feature Film, 2013

The Turning

Best Feature Film, 2013

The Turning

Seventeen Australian directors from diverse artistic disciplines each create a chapter of the hauntingly beautiful novel by multi award-winning author Tim Winton. The linking and…

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Films

The Turning
2013

The Turning

Australia
2013

The Turning

Seventeen Australian directors from diverse artistic disciplines each create a chapter of the hauntingly beautiful novel by multi award-winning author Tim Winton. The linking and…

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