Christopher Walker has been producer, director and associate producer of over 20 documentaries for international television.
His most recent film The Dreamers of Arnhem Land tells how Aborigines ensure their cultural survival in northern Australia. Previous films for European television include Regopstaan's Dream, the story of how the last surviving South African Bushmen are reclaiming their land in the Kalahari Gemsbok National Park, The Cow Jumped Over the Moon, presented in ten international film festivals and winner of four major prizes, and Hard Drive, a documentary on the cyber-information war for Channel Four (UK).
His film Trinkets and Beads, the story of one small Amazon tribe's fight against international oil companies, was completed for HBO/CINEMAX and has been broadcast in 20 countries. The film has received numerous awards, including Best Independent Film at the North-South Media Encounters, Geneva1997, Best Film at the Windy City International Documentary Film Festival, Chicago, 1998, Golden Spire, San Francisco International Film Festival 1997, Golden Apple, USA National Educational Media Network 1997 and was selected as an "outstanding documentary of the year" by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.