Wolfgarden is the work of Alexandra Edmondson, a cross-platform storyteller

working in film, theatre, television and digital media

FILM
 

The Passenger, short film (2014)

coming of age, fantasy

writer/director/co-producer

Frontier, short film (2014)

period, thriller

writer/director

 

The Northerners, short film (2019)

cli-fi/drama

writer/co-director/co-producer

The Burnt Cork, short film (2010)

period, drama

writer/director

DOCUMENTARY

Amye Number 1 (2021)

documentary

producer

Sistergirl, short film (2018)

documentary 

writer/director/co-producer

 
COMMERCIAL

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (2018)

30 second advertisement

director/editor

National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (2018)

30 second advertisement

director/editor

 

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

30 second advertisement

director/editor

ART & INTERACTIVE
 

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

collaboration under the name Mog&Mog

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

Loonstruck, installation, Casula Powerhouse, Sydney (2019)

collaboration under the name Mog&Mog

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

collaboration under the name Mog&Mog

AUDIO

SPUN: True Stories from the Territory (2021)

Podcast and live storytelling event at Darwin Festival

story producer

SPUN: True Stories from the Territory (2018)

Podcast and live storytelling event 

story producer

ABOUT

Alexandra Edmondson is an award winning creative and the founder of Wolfgarden. She is based in the far north of Australia and tells stories that explore the world through a female and queer lense. Alex began her career working in script development at Bazmark, Baz Luhrmann’s Sydney based film production company; and as a reader for major production companies in Australia and the UK, including Universal Pictures, Focus Features and ITV. 

Most recently Alex produced Amye Number 1, which is available worldwide on Al Jazeera. Previous films include, The Burnt Cork, a confronting portrayal of 1950′s rural Australia, which 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 was broadcast on SBS Television in Australia; and The Passenger, which screened at festivals and was broadcast on 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, she has produced work for The Darwin Festival; and she has collaborated on multimedia installations for the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Casula Powerhouse, Beams Festival and Airspace Projects in Sydney. 

CONTACT

alex@wolfgardenfilms.com

+61 403 014 612