Film Biographies Australia (FBA) is an innovative videography, photography and editing company, that is committed to telling stories with purpose. FBA works with Government agencies, NGOs and private clients to bring important issues to life. It has developed video content for a range of campaigns including the world heritage listing of Koongarra in Kakadu National Park, the national Indigenous Broadband campaign and more recently, the AECSL early Aboriginal childhood campaign.
James is supported in the business by his wife Yatu Widders Hunt, who is an experienced communications professional having worked in both the government and private sectors as a media advisor and communications manager. Yatu has worked across portfolios including immigration, sustainability and mental health. She was the inaugural communications manager of Australia’s first National Mental Health Commission. Yatu’s Indigenous heritage fuels her passion for social justice and she is also a writer and advocate for a range of social issues, including Reconciliation.
Areas of Expertise
Founder James Widders Hunt has worked for over 10 years as a visual storyteller in Australia and the UK and is an experienced vidoegrapher, photographer and editor. He brings his successful background as a visual artist, having been selected as a finalist in the Archibald Prize in 2002 with his well-known portrait of Anthony Mundine, to represent issues and ideas in exciting and engaging ways. James has extensive experience in working with Indigenous communities and has spent time living and working in remote and regional communities across Australia.
Examples of work produced with Cox Inall Ridgeway
• Aboriginal Early Childhood Education Support and Learning Incorporated – Awareness Raising video
• Dad and Partner Pay – Case Study
• National Broadband Network – Case Studies