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Murray Enders

Director, Stills Photographer

Career Summary

Murray Enders is a dynamic filmmaker from Jindabyne, NSW, with a passion for storytelling that originated from his early adventures in creating films with friends. He studied Media Arts & Production at the University of Canberra and later honed his skills under Elissa Down at AFTRS. Murray has directed a diverse range of short films, including "Different Things," "Not Diggin' It," and "Stingray." His collaborative directorial style, combined with a penchant for action, thriller, and science fiction genres, reflects his commitment to bringing his creative vision to life. Through his involvement with Filmonik Melbourne and the Kino movement, he actively contributes to the filmmaking community, embracing collaboration and creativity along the way. Murray aspires to build a successful career making international blockbuster movies while leaving a lasting impact on audiences, fostering connections with individuals who find joy and inspiration in his work.

Video

Director Showreel

Stingray

Overwritten

Professional Credits

Festivals, Awards, Nominations

  • 2020, Longbranch Second Batch Film Festival, Australia, The Blue Man
  • 2020, Oregon Scream Week, USA, The Blue Man
  • 2015, Focus On Ability Short Film Festival, Australia, I Am Steve
  • 2015, Cause Film Festival, Australia, I Am Steve

Professional Memberships

  • Australian Directors' Guild, 2020

Education & Other Accreditation

  • 2020, Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS), Australia, The Director’s Journey: Online
  • 2014, University of Canberra, Australia, Bachelor of Media Arts & Production
  • 2011, Jindabyne Central School, Australia, High School Certificate

Special and Technical Skills

Director, Assistant Director, Video Editor, Production Assistant, Assistant to Producer, Director's Assistant, Plate and Matte Painter, Graphic Designer, Chaperone

Direct URL

https://vicscreen.vic.gov.au/choose-victoria/industry-directory/7125/murray-enders