Isabel Peppard
Isabel peppard

Isabel Peppard is a highly skilled multidisciplinary artist who works across the mediums of film, sculpture and stop-motion animation.

Her multi-award winning work has screened at top-tier festivals, including MIFF, Sitges and Annecy, as well as at institutions such as GOMA (QLD) and MOMA (Rio De Janeiro) ACMI (Melbourne) and The National Film and Sound Archive.

Her short film Butterflies (starring Rachel Griffiths) won the Dendy award at the Sydney Film Festival and was broadcast nationally on SBS Television.

In 2014 Isabel received the 'Directors Acclaim Fund' from Screen Australia allowing her to undertake a mentorship in Los Angeles with director Jennifer Lynch (The Walking Dead, Chained).

Isabel's hybrid feature documentary 'MORGANA' (co-directed by Josie Hess) had it's world premiere at Melbourne International Film Festival 2019, it's North American premiere at Fantasia International Film Festival and received a national cinema release through The Dendy cinema’s in 2020.

Isabel’s work uses gothic fairytale and handmade symbolic elements to tell humane stories of existential horror and personal transformation.

  • Isabel Peppard Directors Reel 2020