Miranda is an Australian film producer and director. Her most recent film Tango Underpants was written by John Collee (Happy Feet, Master and Commander) and stars Emma Booth (Gods of Egypt, The Boys are Back, Cloudstreet). Tango Underpants has played at festivals around the world including Flickerfest International Film Festival 2014 (Opening Night) and Tour to 50 Australian cities (Best Australian Shorts), Palm Springs Shortfest 2014 (voted in Audience Favourites), San Diego International Film Festival 2014, Cinema des Antipodes 2014 (Best Short) and won the Jury Prize at the Heathcote Film Festival 2014. It has also sold to SBS Television, Qantas Inflight Entertainment, Pacific Voice (Japan) and KQED in San Francisco.
Whilst practicing as a lawyer, Miranda completed a post graduate degree in Film and Television Production at the Victorian College of the Arts. Here she produced a number of successful short films including Snow (production manager) that was selected for Cannes Cinefondation 2006. Through her production company Cottesloe Films Miranda has directed a low-budget feature film The Course, the short film The water was dark and it went forever down, based on a Tim Winton short story which premiered at the Rhode Island International Film Festival 2009 and has played around the world. Her first short animation, Chat Noir, funded by Screen Australia, won Best Animation at the Western Australian Screen Awards 2011 and played most recently at the Palm Springs International Short Film Festival 2011.
Miranda completed an attachment with the Director of Development at Exclusive Media in Los Angeles (Ides of March, Woman in Black, Rush) and on her return to Perth was appointed Head of Development at Impian Films (The Drowner, Shallows, Black Honeymoon).
Miranda and Khrob are continuing to make short films whilst developing a slate of feature films for the International market.