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Advisory Board

Mountain of Youth has inlisted a fantastic group of people to form our Advisory Board.

Read more about this great team below.

Catherine Scott has worked as a documentary filmmaker for over 25 years. Her credits include;  Producer/DOP – Dancing On the Inside  (COMPASS –ABC TV), Story Producer/DOP – Missing Persons Investigations (Channel Nine/ STAN),  Producer/Director/ DOP - Country Town Pride (Untold Stories SBS TV & On Demand) Producer/Director/Cinematographer of the award-winning documentary feature - Backtrack Boys, Being Me - Four Corners (ABC TV), Director/Co-Producer/Cinematographer of the award-winning documentary feature - Scarlet Road (SBS TV) and Director/Co-writer of Selling Sickness (SBS TV). She was Senior Producer SBS Dateline, Producer/camerawoman for ABC’s Foreign Correspondent, and a Director/ producer on documentaries broadcast internationally including SBS TV, ABC TV, CBC Canada, PBS Television, Channel 4, Arte and France 2. Catherine was a member of the Paper Tiger TV collective co-producing over 30 productions including Breathless and Drawing the Line at Pittston. 

Catherine Scott

Documentary Filmmaker 


David is a passionate advocate for Indigenous Culture and land management and holds a Graduate Diploma in Natural Cultural Resource Management from Deakin University and a Cert 4 Indigenous Leadership from Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre (AILC). A well known Blue Mountains Bush carer, Land carer and Swamp carer, David has been awarded titles for BMCC NAIDOC Recognition Award, Hard Yakka, Bushcare Legend and winner of the Blue Mountains Stories: A Year Like No Other with Gunai Dhaura Mulangaabout Bushfires in the Blue Mountains. Most recently, Garguree Swampcare has been awarded Regional and NSW Landcare Indigenous Land Management Awards for restoration and reconnection.  Currently, David is known for his Education and Group Facilitator work with Universities, TAFE, Schools, Corporate and Community groups. 
He continues to remain strongly focused on Country, Culture and Community.

David King/Dingo Darbo
Mitzi Goldberg

CEO Documentary Australia

Mitzi has been working in the film industry for over 35 years as a documentary

director, producer and editor. Alongside her production career she has worked in the

academy teaching documentary production and screen studies and Murdoch

University WA before being employed as Co-Head of Documentary at the national

film school, AFTRS for 6 years. Mitzi's credits include: as Producer - KaChing! Pokie

Nation; Night Parrot Stories; Memoirs of a Plague; End of the Rainbow. As Director

- Jez: A Letter for life; A Common Purpose; Chinese Take Away; Hatred and as

Executive Producer - Knowing the Score, How to Thrive, Incarceration Nation;

Backtrack Boys; Undermined: Tales of the Kimberley; Leunig Fragments; Zach's

Ceremony; Constance on the Edge; I Am a Girl; Surgery Ship.

Mitzi has a Phd in Cultural Studies. She co-founded and is the CEO of Documentary

Australia, which has developed a new paradigm for funding and outreach of social

impact documentary films. Documentary Australia is a not for profit organization that

connects philanthropy and filmmaking to inspire social change.

She has served as a board director of the Film and Television Institute in Western

Australia and AIDC (Australian International Documentary Conference where she

served as co-chair for 3 years). She was Jury President at APSA in 2018 and has

participated on juries of film festivals in Australia (SFF, AACTA, ADG, Walkleys,

Logies, the Persian International Film Festival), in Iran (Tehran International

Documentary and Experimental Film Festival) China (Guangzhou Documentary Film Festival).

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