Omar Todd: Filmmaker

Omar Todd is a filmmaker and the founder of the WikiLeaks political party in Australia. A few of the films he has worked on in his career have appeared at the Cannes Film Festival. In 2013, he helped Julian Assange and others found the WikiLeaks Party in Australia as a platform for Assange’s failed Senate bid there.

Todd today works in Los Angeles as a social media and cyber security executive and expert. He helps businesses and non-profit organizations create and grow their brands with social media marketing. He has helped bring the brands and messages of many of these organizations to new audiences and customers with excellent marketing skills and useful connections.

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Omar Todd worked as a producer on the documentary Confessions of an Eco-Terrorist, which takes viewers from the perspective of Peter Jay Brown, self-proclaimed animal savior, and sea rebel. Brown and others featured in the documentary are widely attributed to creating the green movement as we all know it today.

Brown’s fleet of ramming vessels takes on illegal seal hunters, drift-netters, and illegal whalers all over the world. The documentary is an intense account of these seafarers boarding other vessels, ramming them, and fighting animal killers on the high seas.

Omar Todd has helped produce three films, including Confessions of an Eco-Terrorist. Omar Todd was an Executive Producer for the short film Waiting for Gorgo and a producer for Defend, Conserve, and Protect. Todd has used his experience producing these films in his career helping companies expand their social media and marketing spheres over time.


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