Victoria's films have screened in over 200 festivals and won over 70 International awards including BAFTA and AACTA.
Her short film MIRO premiered at MIFF in 2017 and Victoria participated in the Accelerator Lab. MIRO was nominated Best Short Film in the 2017 AACTA awards and has had over 500k views on line.
Her debut feature THE FLOOD premiered at PÖFF Official Selection in 2020 and received Best Director and Best Actor awards at Sydney Women’s International Film Festival and Best Supporting Actor nomination in the 2020 AACTA awards and was the only Australian film Officially Selected Mostra 2021.
THE FLOOD released theatrically December 2020 and appeared in David Stratton’s Best Films of 2020 piece for The Australian newspaper.
“An ambitious slice of Australian history... A formidable debut for director Victoria Wharfe McIntyre …Beautifully photographed by Kevin Scott …THE FLOOD is, in many ways spectacular...With her cartridge belt slung over her shoulder Jarah (Alexis Lane) is a formidable heroine indeed ....All the production values, including the beautifully illustrated credit titles, are first class...an ambitiously conceived epic”
THE FLOOD released in UK/US/Latin America December 2022 and held the number one spot on Stan for several weeks across its Australian SVOD/VOD release in 2021.
Her film THE TELEGRAM MAN has played as part of the dawn service at ANZAC Cove Gallipoli for the last seven years including the 2016 special Centenary service. Regarded as a film of artistic, cultural and historical significance by the OSCARS Academy Awards Film Archive, THE TELEGRAM MAN is part of its permanent collection at the Pickford Centre in Hollywood and the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.