Helen Carter
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Helen Carter is an award-winning, masters-educated, cinematographer with 20 years' experience in the film and television industry. She has been recognised by her peers, winning eight awards from the Australian Cinematographers Society as well as numerous awards from the AFTRS, Kodak and the Sydney Film Critics Circle. Helen began her film career as a clapper loader on television series and went on to work on many documentaries, commercials, short dramas and feature length films. She is a graduate from the AFTRS, receiving the highest achievement in her year. Her film-making passion lies in the area of documentary. In 2011, Helen shot her first feature film, Double Happiness Uranium.

Research Interests

Publication: the Transition by Emerging Filmmakers From the Short Film to the Longer Format Feature Film or TV Project (2017) in Arts and Humanities as Higher Education. http://www.artsandhumanities.org/journal/the-transition-by-emerging-filmmakers-from-the-short-film-to-the-longer-format-feature-film-or-tv-project/

Discovering Agnes Varda; published by AFC website, Senses of Cinema online journal http://archive.sensesofcinema.com/contents/directors/02/varda.html

Gillian Armstrong; published by AFC website, Senses of Cinema online journal http://archive.sensesofcinema.com/contents/directors/02/armstrong.html

Screen and Shipwrecks: Bridging the Divide. Paper presented at the Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Underwater Cultural Heritage in Manilla. Refereed conference proceedings published by the Museum of Underwater Arcaheology at http://www.uri.edu/mua/

Our World War 1: remembering Mitcham Camp - Trove


The Climate Reality Project


Australia: Unlikely Activists - Cinematographer

Link to AFTRS films


Education/Academic qualification

Master of Arts, Cinematographer of the Year 2002, Australian Film Television & Radio School

Award Date: 20 Mar 2003


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