Jub Clerc (Australia)
Authorial (Screen Director) Board Director

Jub is a Nyul Nyul/Yawuru filmmaker from the Kimberley in WA, whose feature debut Sweet As won numerous awards on the international festival circuit.

A WAAPA graduate, Jub spent many years in theatre before working on shows such as The Circuit 1 & 2, Bran Nue Dae, Mad Bastards, Satellite Boy, Jandamarra’s War, Jasper Jones and Mystery Road – S1.

She has written and directed shorts Storytime, Music Men, Min Min Light and multiple ICS’s (Indigenous Community Stories – mini docs), documentary Struggling Songlines, episodes of TV series The Heights and Turn Up the Volume. Jub also wrote/directed her chapter Abbreviation of the feature anthology The Turning. Jub has reported/produced for Around the Traps, hosted Mugu Kids for NITV and was a Soprano in Pecan Summer, the world’s first Indigenous Opera. Her play The Fever and the Fret debuted at Yirra Yaakin and won the prestigious 2017 ‘Kate Challis Award’.

Jub’s debut feature film Sweet As won the Blackmagic Design and Innovation award at MIFF 2022, the NETPAC award at TIFF 2022, the Crystal Bear in Generation KPlus at Berlinale 2023, best feature at Maoriland 2023 plus many other international awards and selections.

Jub recently directed three episodes on Total Control S3 and is currently prepping for web series Warm Props.