As If Productions
University of Technology Sydney
Margot Nash is a practising filmmaker and an Honorary Associate – Teaching and Research at the University of Technology Sydney. Her credits include the feature dramas Vacant Possession (1994) and Call Me Mum (2005), and the experimental shorts Shadow Panic (1989) and We Aim to Please (1976). She has worked as a consultant and mentor for Australian Indigenous filmmakers and worked in the Pacific running documentary workshops for Pacific Island women producers. Her 2015 personal essay documentary The Silences screened nationally and internationally and in 2016 she won an Australian Writers’ Guild AWGIE Award for the screenplay.