WYHLDFISCH MAKES FRESH FILMS THAT DON'T STINK!
Wyhldfisch Productions believes every video, no matter the subject matter or budget, deserves high production values as well as a well thought out creative approach that will resonate with the target demographic. Wyhldfisch was founded by Indigenous Director Malinda Rutter, who was one of the youngest female directors to be employed full-time and Bronwyn Nicholas who was the first ever female cinematographer to be employed full time. Together they were key crew for the first all female film crew ever employed full time in the world! Bronwyn has since retired and Sharon Huston has taken her place.
Wyhldfisch prides itself in executing projects across Australia, Singapore and throughout APAC from concept to completion.
Wyhldfisch Productions is a socially responsible Company. We mentor young indigenous film makers, show our support to many organizations by working and supplying goods and services Pro bono and financially contribute to many different organizations and people to help make a difference.
“We have commissioned Wyhldfisch to make various films including a long form documentary for broadcast. Wyhldfisch always delivers far beyond our expectations. Our briefs are answered and then some, with films that embody the fun and energy that typifies Wyhldfisch and their work. Thanks for an amazing job Malinda and team.”
Director at Capital Works, Asset Management Directorate & Department of Education and Communities
“Wyhldfisch is a production company we would recommend to any company wanting to create a corporate or promotional video. We hired Wyhldfisch to produce material for our corporate video. They were professional in the way they carried out their work and did not overly disrupt our workplace with their production activities. They value added by guiding us regarding the intricacies of video production. They have a bespoke approach in the creation of their video material. Still photographs were also available if required. The project delivered was on time and on budget.”
General Manager at Plasser Australia