Bridget develops and produces high quality screen content with a fresh and innovative approach. She searches out stories across the globe and her work has taken her from Australia to Afghanistan. For her debut film as producer, she collaborated with writer/director Christopher Weekes on the feature film 'Bitter & Twisted', which received 14 award nominations from 19 international festival screenings, including two AFI’s. Under the banner Midwinter Films she has recently developed a new slate of films; attracting significant investment deals, strong cast and market attachments and several script lab and award nominations for these projects such as Equinoxe, Binger and AWG awards. She currently has projects in development with Screen Queensland, Screen Australia and Film Victoria and was recently awarded production investment support from Screen Queensland as well as the first of these projects progresses to full finance.
In 2014 Bridget was selected as 1 of 30 producers from over 4000 applicants worldwide to become a Berlinale Producing Talent 2014. Her project 'The Insect King' was also 1 of 10 projects selected by an esteemed international jury for the exclusive Talent Project Market 2014 residing as a showcase within the Berlinale Co-Production market. Later that year she was 1 of 3 producers at MIFF 37 South to be awarded a place at the Film London Production Finance Market, as voted by attending financiers, and subsequently was also selected as 1 of 10 producers to attend Ausfilm London. And in 2015, she has been selected for the Screen Producers Australia 'Ones to Watch' programme, to be mentored by Vincent Sheehan of Porchlight Films.
As well as developing feature projects, she is currently undertaking a Masters of Screen Arts and Business at AFTRS, through which she has become involved in Screenfutures, an industry consortium of producers, distributors and researchers brought together as a thinktank to tackle screen content sector issues such as piracy. Her own masters research is concentrated on marketing and distribution of Australian feature films.