Belinda Mravicic has collaborated with many experienced and up and coming filmmakers over the years. Prior to 2017's Water, she has produced The Deep End with emerging director, Clare Young, and Line Produced Warwick Thornton’s We Don’t Need A Map, David Wenham’s Ellipsis and Collisions, a Virtual Reality project for Lynette Wallworth. Collisions premiered at Sundance and screened at the World Economic Forum this year.

Belinda also Produced Black Chook (2015) with Dylan River, written by Bruce Pascoe which premiered at Sydney Film Festival (2016), Alone (2015) with Erin Good, an Emerging Filmmakers Fund film selected by Screen NSW and Into My Arms with Angus Stevens, St Kilda Film Festival premiere (2010), Special Prize, In The Palace Film Festival (2010).

Belinda has also Line Produced several other films including Wayne Blair’s The Sapphires (2012); and Stephen Page’s Spear (2015) and Sand for The Turning (2013). She was also Associate Producer on Jane Campion’s The Water Diary for 8, Sélection Officielle, Festival De Cannes (2006).