Kirsty de Garis


Kirsty studied in Sydney and London and worked as a journalist at The Observer newspaper in London for several years before returning to Australia as an interviewer at The Australians at War Film Archive. Kirsty then wrote, directed and produced a feature documentary about Vanity Fair columnist Dominick Dunne, which screened at festivals, in cinemas and on television in more than 30 territories worldwide. She has worked in documentary and print journalism for many years in Europe, the USA and Australia.



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