Madeline Miller: from Screen Australia to production attorney on the new Bond film

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A passion for social justice and good storytelling need not be at odds with smart brand partnerships says this Aussie expat, telling us how she's navigating Hollywood.

I first met Madeline Miller about ten years ago at a boring luncheon full of lawyers and film industry execs. Laughing and lively she was a burst of sunshine at the table, but not a lightweight. We talked about her time in Cambodia as a lawyer assisting in the United Nations' prosecution of members of the Khmer Rouge; and later, as legal council at Screen Australia, drafting distribution and financing contracts, dealing with IP, copyright and tax, and all those other bits of scary paperwork that make the world go round. But it was clear her passion was for people and ideas, and she loved the movies.

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