Daryl Dellora is an award-winning documentary filmmaker. He is the recipient of an Australian Human Rights Award for his film Mr Neal is Entitled to be an Agitator, about the life of High Court justice Lionel Murphy, and a Gold Plaque at the Chicago International Television Festival for The Edge of the Possible – a film about Sydney Opera House architect Jørn Utzon.
Daryl has been an Australian Film Commission documentary fellow, and in 2005 was awarded a residency at the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Study Centre. He wrote and directed the film Michael Kirby: Don't forget the justice bit (2010) for ABC-TV, has made films about the Governor-General of Australia and the High Court, and has worked for Film Australia and SBS-TV. Daryl co-produced the 2006 feature film Hunt Angels (winner of the AFI Award for Best Documentary) and was an executive producer of Celebrity: Dominick Dunne (2008).
He is a director of the film production company Film Art Doco and filmartmedia.com, and lives in Melbourne. Michael Kirby: Law, Love and Life is his first book.