Bill Bennett is a writer, producer and director of feature films and documentaries.

In a career spanning more than thirty years, he’s made sixteen feature films, four dramatized documentaries and five feature length documentaries. Most recently he’s made a widely acclaimed film on intuition: PGS – Intuition is your Personal Guidance System.

Bill Bennett is also an author. Penguin Random House is currently publishing his Young Adult trilogy of supernatural thrillers, Palace of Fires.

Bio

Bill Bennett is a writer, producer and director of feature films and documentaries.

In a career spanning more than thirty years, he’s made sixteen feature films, four dramatized documentaries and five feature length documentaries.

His feature films have won numerous awards, both in his home country of Australia, and internationally. In Australia, Bill has won Australian Film Institute Awards and Australian Film Critics Circle Awards for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Writer.

He’s had three major retrospectives – at the Chicago Institute of Art’s Film Centre in the US, at the Hof Film Festival in Germany, and at the Mumbai Film Festival in India.

His films have been distributed through most of the major Hollywood studios, including Warner Bros, Paramount, Universal, and the Samuel Goldwyn Co.

In his early television work he won two Logies – Australia’s Emmy – for Television Reporter of the Year, and Most Outstanding Documentary.

He is also an Adjunct Professor of Screen Studies at one of Australia’s largest universities, Queensland University of Technology.

Latest News

“Today we announced the release date of the film - PGS Intuition is your Personal Guidance System. It will release globally at 4:44pm on April 4th next year. So that's 4:44 @4/4”

30 April 2017

“Young adult trilogy Palace of Fires will be published by Penguin Random House in 2018. ”

28 Feb 2017

“Late yesterday on salt pans in remote South Australia, we completed the PGS Intuition shoot - after two and a half years shooting all around the world.”

11 March 2017

“Back in the editing room at Big Bang Sound with Rishi Shukla. 40 weeks cutting to look forward to, not including sound and picture post!”

13 March 2017