Wolfgarden is the work of multi-award winning writer and filmmaker Alexandra Edmondson, a cross-platform storyteller

working in film, theatre, television and digital media


The Passenger, short film (2014)

coming of age, fantasy


Frontier, short film (2014)

period, thriller


The Burnt Cork, short film (2010)

period, drama



Sistergirl, short film (2018)



Mountain Designs (2015)

corporate documentary


Franck Gohier at Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (2018)

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Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (2018)

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National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (2018)

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Booby Dinosaur, installation, Newtown Art Seat, Sydney (2017)

collaboration under the name Mog&Mog

Fluid, installation, Nan Giese Gallery, Darwin (2017)

Future Self, installation, Airspace Gallery, Marrickville (2016)

collaboration under the name Mog&Mog


Alexandra Edmondson is an award winning writer/director and the founder of Wolfgarden, a storytelling company which specialises in digital content creation. She began her career working in research and script development at Bazmark, Baz Luhrmann’s Sydney based production company; and as a reader for major production companies in Australia and the UK, including Universal Pictures, Focus Features and ITV. 

In 2010 Alex made her directing debut with her Metro Screen funded short film The Burnt Cork, a confronting portrayal of 1950′s rural Australia. It was nominated for Best Indigenous Film and the SBS Television Award at the St Kilda Film Festival and won the Black Shorts Award at Adelaide Shorts Film Festival. The Burnt Cork sold to a number of broadcasters including SBS Television Australia, Shorts International in Europe, Africa and the USA and the pay-per-view website Indiflix. Since then she has written and directed a number of short films across a variety of genres, which have screened at local and international film festivals including the Academy Award accredited Flickerfest and St Kilda Film Festival. Her work has also been broadcast on SBS and ABC2 in Australia. Alex is currently developing long form narrative projects, several of which have been shortlisted for awards and development labs including the prestigious Sundance Screenwriters Lab.

Alex is also a story producer for SPUN:True Stories from the Territory, a live storytelling event and podcast, and she has collaborated with artist Kate Fennell on multimedia installations for the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Beams Festival, Factory 49 Gallery and Airspace Projects in Sydney. 



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