David Bradbury

David Bradbury is one of Australia's best known and most successful documen-tary filmmakers. His films have been shown on all the major Australian commercial and public broadcast networks as well as overseas. He has won countless inter-national film festival prizes and been the winner of five AFI awards and two Academy Award nominations (Frontline, which profiled war cameraman Neil Davis, and Chile: Hasta Cuando?, about the military dictatorship of General Pinochet).

Bradbury began his career in l972 as radio journalist with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation after graduating from the Australian National University with a BA in Political Science and History. After post graduate studies in broadcast journalism on a Rotary fellowship in the USA, he worked as a freelance journalist covering the Spring Revolution in Portugal in 1974 as well as the overthrow of the Greek military junta in Athens that same year and covered the final days of the Shah of Iran in l976.

David Bradbury é um dos documentaristas mais conhecidos e bem sucedidos da Austrália. Seus filmes têm sido mostrados no grande circuito comercial australiano e em redes públicas de radiodifusão, bem como no exterior. Ele já ganhou inúmeros prêmios em festivais de cinema internacionais e foi o vencedor de cinco prêmios AFI e duas indicações para o Academy Award: “Frontline”, que destacou o cameraman de guerra Neil Davis, e “Chile: Hasta Cuando?”, sobre a ditadura militar do general Pinochet.

Bradbury começou sua carreira em l972, como jornalista de rádio com a Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Após estudos de pós-graduação em jornalismo em uma bolsa Rotary nos EUA, ele trabalhou como jornalista freelance cobrindo a Revolução da Primavera em Portugal, em 1974, bem como a derrubada da Junta militar grega em Atenas no mesmo ano e cobriu os últimos dias do Xá do Irã, em l976.

“Meu último trabalho Quando a poeira baixar é um drama/comédia sobre os perigos da mineração de urânio para os trabalhadores e par as comunidades próximas à mina de urânio”.

David Bradbury

Australia, 2011, 12 min, English Documentary Produktion Frontline Films Wake up is a must-see short movie about nuclear power & uranium mining in Australia. The film is presented by famous Australian actor Tony Barry www.youtube.com/watch?v=3shJ8I66Yyk
Australia, 2011, 12 min, Englisch Dokumentarfilm Produktion Frontline Films Uranabbau und Atomindustrie in Australien, Sandstürme mit radioaktivem Staub. WAKE UP mit dem australischem Filmstar Tony Barry als Komentator ist ein "atomarer" Kurzfilm zum Aufwachen!  www.youtube.com/watch?v=3shJ8I66Yyk
Australia, 1997, 63 min, English Production: Frontline Films Latin American Premiere Jabiluka tells the story of the Mirarr Aboriginal people's opposition to another uranium mine on their country in World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park. It was pivotal in mobilising public opposition to the mine. The mine was halted.  
Australia, 2005, 62 min, English Production: Frontline Film Foundation Documentary Latin American Premiere Blowin' in the Wind examines the secret treaty that allows the US military to train and test its weaponry on Australian soil. It looks at the impact of recycled uranium weapons and the far-reaching physical and moral effects on every Australian. The film's release has been timely as the government currently moves to approve more uranium mines while arguing the contrary - that by going nuclear we are being both 'safe' and 'green'. The film reveals that Iraqi babies are now being born with major birth defects. Bradbury wonders whether Australians living downwind from the military testing ranges will be next. He argues that we were lied to by the British over the Woomera and...
Australia, 2010, 35 min, English Documentary The film combines comedy and serious content to explain the dangers of uranium mining, the nuclear fuel cycle and the use of depleted nuclear materials – much of which originates in Australian uranium mines – in weapons production. The message is simple and clear: Despite assurances from the mining companies, there is NO SAFE LEVEL of radiation exposure, below which there is no risk of cancer or birth defects occurring. "When The Dust Settles" is a must-see educational presentation for workers contemplating working in the uranium industry and for Electrical Trades Union members and workers across Queensland and the Northern Territory. www.youtube.com/watch?v=774sqs34VCM