Emma Hudson is a filmmaker & researcher. She has directed films screened in galleries, festivals, broadcasted, and streamed, and is a fluent production coordinator working with some of Australia's most acclaimed filmmakers. 

Emma's research attends to a vital set of questions about changing ecologies in entropies of violence, food sovereignty, the formations of indigeneity, recognition, and restitution in an ancestral world, and different modes of embodied expression as legitimate knowledge.


Master of Anthropology Advanced (Current)
Australian National University 

2023 Graduate Certificate of Arts in Yolŋu Languages & Culture
High Distinction
Charles Darwin University 

2017 Bachelor of Arts Screen
Australian Film Television & Radio School

2012 Foundation Diploma in Film
High Distinction & Awarded Graduate Program for Excellence in Studies
Australian Film Television & Radio School

Selection of Film Work:

Untitled 2025 (post-production)
Production Coordinator 

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga 2024 (148 mins)
Uncredited Assistant Production Office Coordinator - Cast

Remaking the Pathway 2020 (31 mins)

Accelerate: Climate Action in Australia 2019  (55 mins)

Vestige 2018 (75 mins)

Woven Sky 2014 (16 mins)


Cave Urban Art Contributor:

2022 Garma Dhäwu'mi Wäŋa 

Present - 2012 Woodford Folk Festival

Selection of Workshop Participation & Presentation:

2023 Puliima Indigenous Languages & Technology Conference

2018 Documentary Australia Foundation Impact & Funding for Documentary Filmmakers & DocYOU 

2014 Fest New Directors New Films Training Ground



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