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Dr Bruce Redman is an award winning Australian film director, film critic and radio personality. He currently appears on ABC Local Radio 612 in Brisbane as resident film reviewer and fill-in presenter. Redman was born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on 25 April 1960 and lived his early life in Bulleen and Templestowe before moving to sunny Brisbane Queensland in 1972. His early interest in Film and Television was inspired by his appearance on a gameshow with his Grandmother called "It could be You" with Tommy Hanlon Junior and his stumbling across a film crew shooting "Homicide" at his local TAB. After his schooling at Everton Park State High School (the same school as Geoffrey Rush and Glen Wheatley) he studied as a Teacher at QUT majoring in Music and Photography. After teaching for just over two years he began work at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation as a Trainee where he learnt film, television and radio technical and operational skills over three years. After working as an editor and sound recordist on ABC Current Affairs such as Nationwide and the 7.30 Report and ABC documentaries, Redman worked for Education Queensland as a producer/director/writer of video material for teachers and students. The opening of the Warner Brother's Movieworld Studios saw Redman working on the International TV series Mission Impossible as a Production Manager and First Assistant Director of 2nd Unit before he started a career as First assistant on several Feature Films and TV series. He spent five years shooting commercials all over Australia and also in the USA and parts of Asia. He produced the feature film "city loop" in 1999 which screened at Toronto International Film Festival in 2000 as well as NHK Sundance, Mumbai and Sydney Film Festivals. Redman wrote, produced and directed the short film "Seed" in 2000 and is has been awarded numerous Australian and International awards. In 2005 he made the highly acclaimed observational documentary "Family First - A Federal Crusade" for ABC-TV. It has been hailed as the most important political documentary of 2005 as it followed the formation of a new Christian values based political party. Redman has taught at Bond University and Griffith University and had a recent stint as a project manager for the Pacific Film and Television Commission (Queensland Government Film Office). Redman currently teaches at the School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Queensland. He has a PhD from UQ in Documentary. Filmography 2005 [Family First - A Federal Crusade ] - Producer/Director/ Writer/DOP ABC Documentary 2004 Horem Padem (Up & Down) - Line Producer (Australia) International Feature Film Dir: Jan Hřebejk 2001/2002 Big Brother - Producer/Director/Writer - Reality TV Series 2000 Seed - Producer/Director/Writer - Short Film 1999 city loop - Producer - Feature Film 1995 Black Man Down (Sand to Celluloid) - Producer 1992 Something Wicked - Producer / Director 1992 Broken Highway - First Assistant Director 1991 Animal Park - First Assistant Director 1990 Dead Sleep - First Assistant Director 1989 Bloodmoon - First Assistant Director References Red Movies