Trisha Morton-Thomas is an Anmatyerr woman born in the Northern Territory of Australia. She is a writer, producer, director and actor who has worked in the Australian film industry since 1998 when she appeared in Radiance playing the lead Mae, the first feature film by director Rachel Perkins.

Numerous TV and film credits followed including key roles in Redfern Now series 1 and 2, 8MMM Aboriginal Radio, Occupation Native, Total Control, True Colours, Ten Pound Poms, History Bites Back Copying it Black, The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart, and the upcoming High Country.

Morton-Thomas and Rachel Clements co-founded filmmaking company Brindle Films in 2011.  Produced credits include 8MMM Aboriginal Radio, Occupation Native, History Bites Back  and in 2020 ABC and Brindle Films partnered to produce MaveriX  a drama TV series which would be the largest ever local productions for the NT. It was shot in Alice Springs in 2021 and premiered on the ABC in 2022.

Morton-Thomas and Rachel Clements co-produced the feature documentary Audrey Napanangka, made by filmmaker Penelope McDonald, her son Dylan River and others. The film took around 10 years to make and was released in 2023.

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