Beth Armstrong
Beth Armstrong

Originally trained as an actor, Beth has amassed an impressive portfolio of work since moving behind the camera. Her eye for talent and performance has resulted in global success for her drama work, and demand for her commercial work.

Beth has made a number of highly successful short films and has received government funding to develop her feature film. Beth’s Masters film, Danya screened in over 20 international festivals, receiving thirteen awards, five of them Best Film awards including the Boston Motion Picture Award, and the Jackson Hole Film Festival. Beth’s latest short was nominated for an Australian Director’s Guild (ADG) award, toured Australia with Flickerfest Film Festival and was broadcast in Japan.

Beth was selected over a competitive field for director’s attachment to Mel Gibson on the Oscar-winning, feature film, Hacksaw Ridge, funded by the ADG and Screen Australia.

Beth has recently directed ten episodes of an Australian/Irish co-production, comedy series, Drop Dead Weird, to be released late 2017 on Channel 7.

Beth’s commercial clients include Gold Lotto, the Indian Ministry of Tourism, Queensland Workplace Health and Safety, Walls, Golden Casket and Weight Watchers amongst others.

Beth is an actor’s director, and has achieved her success not only by drawing remarkable performances from her cast, but also creating a beautiful frame for them to work in.