About Stefan


Return to Australia. Freelance cameraman/ director/ editor: TCN9, ABC2, TEN10, Lintas, The Galloping Gourmet, Film Australia. Ampol, Vincent APC. Series of documentaries for NINE Network’s Project ’66

shooting a TCN9 documentary on Gold at Hill End, Australia. The presenter, Rolf Harris, has the Sennheiser MD421 mike and Nagra III recorder.

1967 Bandstand goes to New Zealand. Stefan is on a speedboat losing his balance.

1968 “The Change at Groote” Won Australian Film Institute’s Best Film, Australian Film Editor’s Guild Best Editor

Committee member of The Australian Arts Council for the Arts. Offered Harkness Fellowship.

1969, return to UK. Made films for BP, Esso, Mobil, Barclays Bank, IBM, Xerox,

1971, shooting a documentary on Arab horses at Guinness Estate, UK

1972 Tricia on Nagra – shooting Graham Kerr “The Galloping Gourmet”

1973 Founded Molinare with Tricia Rose and Robert Parker

1979 Press release mug shot for Molinare share placement


2 Responses to About Stefan

  1. Jennifer Debenham says:

    Hi Stefan,
    Liked seeing your exploits on this website. I am a post doc at the University of Newcastle (NSW) I am writing a book about the changes in how Aboriginal people have been represented on documentary film. I have selected The Change At Groote as an example of a film made at the time of assimilation. CAG is also significant because it was made at a time of important changes and approaches to film making in Australia, particularly in the genre of documentary film.
    I was wondering if I could have permission to use the image of yourself and Keith Gow from this website filming the documentary in the book.
    Any other comments or information about making the film would be warmly welcomed.
    Jennifer Debenham

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