With over 28 years in the film industry, Christopher Darlington works
as an editor, animation and effects artist. An outstanding audiovisual
storyteller, he is equally adept in short and long format drama,
documentary and comedy. Selected credits include My
Ancestors Were Rogues and Murderers (dir. Anne Troake), Crackie
(dir. Sherry White), Safe Home (dir. Rosemary House). His most
recent completed feature documentaries I Heard the Birch Tree
Whisper in the Night, Immaculate Memories: The Uncluttered
Worlds of Christopher Pratt, and It Was All So Wonderful: The
Everyday Magic of Mary Pratt, in collaboration with director Ken
Harvey have been garnering acclaim across the country. When not
locked in a small dark edit room, Christopher enjoys locking himself
in his apartment watching movies, reading books and, when lucky,
venturing outside to see local dance and theatre. And the sun.