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Edge Of The Bush
Camera department supplied and supported by VA
Director of Photography: Geoffrey Simpson ACS
Line Producer: Sally Clarke

Cargo is a thriller starring Martin Freeman (Lord of The Rings, Sherlock). Pre production 18th July with shoot from August 29th – 7th October filming in studio, local and outback. Line Producer/Production Manager – Sally Clarke, Costume Design – Heather Wallace, Assistant Production Coordinator – Emma Marshall.

SOUTH Australia is reclaiming its title as a major film industry location, with three major movie projects and big stars expected here from mid year.

Acclaimed British actor Martin Freeman, who played Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit and Dr Watson to Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock Holmes, will spend up to six weeks in Adelaide from late August filming a zombie thriller set in the Australian outback.

Called Cargo, the Hollywood-backed project is one of three films expected to be made in South Australia, bringing an influx of industry jobs and showcasing the state-of-the-art Adelaide Studios, and outback locations.


Hear Come The Habibs
Hear Come The Habibs
Season 2 Camera department supplied and supported by VA
Production Company: Jungle Pty Ltd
Director of Photography: Nicholas Owens
Line Producer: Michelle Russell.
Network: Nine
Creators: Tahir Bilgic, Rob Shehadie, Matt Ryan-Garnsey, Phil Lloyd, Ben Davies
Executive Producers: Jason Burrows, Ben Davies, Phil Lloyd, Trent O'Donnell, Andy Ryan, Jo Rooney
Producer: Chloe Rickard Writers: Phil Lloyd, Gary Eck, Sam Meikle, Trent Roberts, Steve Walsh
Director: Darren Ashtonn

House Husbands
House Husbands
Seasons 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Camera department supplied & supported by VA
Produced by: Playmaker Productions
Director of Photography: Dan Maxwell
Line Producer: Sue Edwards
Creators: Ellie Beaumont, Drew Proffitt
Executive Producers: Jo Rooney, Andy Ryan (Nine), David Maher, David Taylor Sue Seeary (Playmaker)
Producer: Sue Seeary
Directors: Geoff Bennett and Shirley Barrettt
Script producer Jo Martino and directors Grant Brown, Ian Watson, Fiona Banks and Sian Davies.
Network: Nine

THE CODE - Political Thriller - ABC1
Season 1 & 2 Camera department supplied & supported by VA

Produced by Playmaker Media Pty Ltd
Director of Photography: Bruce Young
Producers: David Maher, David Taylor, Shelley Birse
Writers: Shelley Birse, Blake Ayshford, Justin Monjo
Director: Shawn Seet
Network: ABC1

A fictional thriller set between the remote Australian desert and the corridors of power in Canberra. A murder in the Outback thrusts two unlikely brothers into an international political conspiracy.

Cast: Dan Spielman, David Wenham, Adam Garcia, Lucy Lawless, Dan Wylie, Aden Young

Please Like Me
Please Like Me
Season 2 & 3 Camera department supplied & supported by VA

Produced by Pigeon Fancier Productions and John & Josh International for ABC TV
Director of Photography: Matthew Temple
Executive Producers: Todd Abbott, Josh Thomas, Kevin Whyte
Producer: Todd Abbott
Director: Matthew Saville
Writers: Josh Thomas, Liz Doran, Thomas Ward, Hannah Gadsby
In season three, new characters arrive, complications ensue, and a cast of extraordinary performers compete for screen time with John the cavoodle. Here we go again. 10x30min Cast: Josh Thomas, Debra Lawrance, David Roberts, Thomas Ward, Renee Lim, Keegan Joyce, Hannah Gadsby
Hide & Seek
Fancy Boy
Camera department supplied & supported by VA

December Media
DOP: Matthew Temple
Produced by Mark Conway
Written by John Campbell, Mark Conway, Greg Larsen, Mike Nayna
Directed by Mike Nayna, John Campbell
Network: ABC

Fancy Boy is plucked from the depths of the disturbed minds of the winners of the prestigious Golden Gibbo Award at the 2014 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. The team's sketches are pithy, unapologetic comedy rooted in dark perspectives and uniquely bold premises. Fancy Boy is an oddly enjoyable back-hand to the face from a distinctive new comedy collective.

Cast: Luke McGregor, Jonathan Schuster, Celia Pacquola, Mark Conway, Greg Larsen, Ben Russell, Anne Edmonds, Jack Druce, Peter Jones, Mike Nayna, John Campbell, Stuart Daulman...
Hide & Seek
The High Road
Camera department supplied & supported by VA

Produced by Shine Australia
DOP: Bruce Young
Network: Seven

Production is underway on The High Road, a sequel to the acclaimed 1995 miniseries Blue Murder, for the Seven Network. Richard Roxburgh is recreating his role as Roger Rogerson, the former NSW detective who was yesterday found guilty of the 2014 murder of university student Jamie Gao, with ex-cop Glen McNamara. Director Michael Jenkins is returning for the project, produced by John Edwards for Endemol Shine. The sequel to the ABC series was first rumoured in 2014.

Hide & Seek
Hide and Seek
Camera department supplied & supported by VA

Produced by Matchbox Pictures
Executive Producer: Andy Ryan, Jo Rooney and Debbie Lee
Producer: Stephen Corvini
Creators/writers: Rachel Lang, Gavin Strawhan
Directors: Peter Andrikidis, David Caesar, Daniel Nettheim
DOP: Nic Owens
Network: Nine

When his best mate is killed in a seemingly random attack, Detective Gary Hyde (Matt Nable) vows to bring the killers to justice. Together with his new partner Claire McKenzie (Emma Hamilton), Gary uncovers a criminal underbelly that will threaten his life, endanger his young family and cause him to question everything he believes in. In a world where crime has no borders and everyone has something to hide, Gary and Claire might catch the criminals but will they lose their loved ones in the process?

Cast: Matt Nable, Emma Hamilton, Deborra-lee Furness, Mandy McElhinney, Zoe Ventoura, Tai Hara, Claire Lovering, Andrew McFarlane, Aaron Fa'aoso, Stephanie Panozzo

Deep Water
Deep Water
Camera department supplied & supported by VA
Produced by Blackfella Films
Executive Producer: SBS's Sue Masters
Producers: Miranda Dear, Darren Dale
DOP: Bruce Young
Writers: Kris Wyld, Kym Goldsworthy
Director: Shawn Seet
Network: SBS

Deep Water follows detectives Tori Lustigman (Yael Stone) and Nick Manning (Noah Taylor) as they are assigned a brutal murder case. They begin to uncover mounting evidence to suggest the killing is connected to a spate of unexplained deaths, "suicides" and disappearances throughout the 80s and 90s. Is this the result of shoddy police work, indifference, or something far more sinister? Haunted by the disappearance of her teenage brother, Tori's fascination with the case soon turns to fixation. And when more ritualistic murders occur with the same bizarre signature, Tori and Nick will need to put their relationships, their careers and their lives on the line to finally reveal the truth. Airing October 2016

Cast: Yael Stone, Noah Taylor, William McInnes, Danielle Cormack, Jeremy Lindsay Taylor, Craig McLachlan, Dan Spielman, Ben Oxenbould, Simon Burke, John Brumpton, Victoria Haralabidou, Simon Elrahi, George H. Xanthis, Renee Lim, Julian Maroun

The Wrong Girl
The Wrong Girl
Camera department supplied & supported by VA
Produced by Playmaker Media
Executive Producer: David Maher, David Taylor
Producers: Tom Hoffie and Judi McCrossin
DOP: Simon Chapman
Head Writer: Judi McCrossin
Network: Ten (2016)

Jessica Marais stars as Lily, the producer of a successful cooking segment on a daily morning television show. Lily and her flatmate Simone are taking a sabbatical from men, but Lily falls in love with Jack, the show's gorgeous new chef. Based on the best-selling book by Zoe Foster Blake.

Cast: Jessica Marais, Ian Meadows, Rob Collins, Craig McLachlan, Hamish Blake, Kerry Armstrong, Madeleine West, Christie Whelan Browne, Hayley Magnus, Doris Younane, Hamish Blake

The Secret Daughter
The Secret Daughter
Camera department supplied & supported by VA
Produced by Screentime
Executive Producers: Greg Haddrick and Bob Campbell
Writers: Justin Monjo, Sam Meikle, Shawn Seet, Kristen Dunphy, Fin Edquist
DOP: Joe Pickering
Director: Peter Andrikidis
Network: Seven

Jessica Mauboy portrays a part-time country pub singer whose chance meeting with a wealthy city hotelier triggers a series of events that will change her life forever. A feel-good drama which explores the very different Australian worlds of 'the haves' and 'the have nots', The Secret Daughter is full of heart, humour, romance and plenty of music. They say you can't choose your family, but what happens when a family chooses you?

Cast: Jessica Mauboy as Billie Carter, Bonnie Sveen as Layla, Colin Friels as Jack Norton, Matthew Levett, David Field, Rachel Gordon, Salvatore Coco, Jared Turner, Jordan Hare, Erin Holland, JR Reyne, Libby Asciak, Johnny Boxer, Terry Serio, Harriet Gordon-Anderson, Jeremy Ambrum, Amanda Muggleton


Filmed with VA's Arri Alexa camera package

Produced by Endemol Shine Australia
Director of Photography: Bruce Young
Producer: Kerrie Mainwaring
Executive Producer: Rory Callaghan
Writers: Justin Monjo, Adam Todd
Director: Geoff Bennett
Network: Ten

Cast: Matthew Le Nevez, Ella Scott Lynch, Brendan Cowell, Natalie Bassingthwaighte, Steve Bisley

This is the true story of a man who was a hero to a generation of Australians, winning the Bathurst 1000 nine times and dominating motorsport for more than two decades. Loved and admired by many, but few knew the real Peter Brock -- what made him tick?

Indigo Lake, Feature Film
The Ex-PM
Filmed with VA's Arri Alexa camera package

Production Company: Cordell Jigsaw Productions
Director of Photography: Dan Maxwell
Producer: Nick Murray
Writer/creator: Shaun Micallef
Director: Sian Davies

Cast: Shaun Micallef, Nicki Wendt, Lucy Honigman, Nicholas Bell, Kate Jenkinson, Francis Greenslade, Jackson Tozer, Ming-Zhu Hii, John Clarke.

As our third longest-serving prime minister, Andrew Dugdale (Shaun Micallef) was a man who mattered. He dined with presidents and kings, co-hosted world summits and changed the lives of millions of his fellow Australians. But since his publicly-mandated retirement, this not-so-elder statesman has far too much time on his hands and no one to waste it on. What's a former Man of the People to do? (6x30min)

Indigo Lake, Feature Film
Filmed with VA's Arri Alexa camera package

Production Company: Cobbstar Productions
Director of Photography: Rodrigo Vidal-Dawson
Producer: Brian Cobb
Executive Producers: Martin Fabinyi, Karen Power

Indigo Lake tells the story of a tortured artist, ordered by a crime boss to make a portrait of the crime boss’s beautiful wife. As the artist paints, he and his subject fall passionately in love. Fearful of what the crime boss will do when he finds out about them, the lovers plot to murder him by drugging him and driving him in his car into the lake. But the crime boss survives. Murder is not so easy as it’s painted…

Boys In The Trees
Boys In The Trees
Filmed with VA's Arri Mini camera package
Produced by: Mushroom Pictures
Director of Photography: Marden Dean
Writer/ Director: Nicholas Verso
Producer: John Molloy

When you’re a kid, you want to explore and see what’s hiding in the shadows, even if it scares the shit out of you. But when you grow up, you lose that. Scary things aren’t fun anymore. Just scary. So you shut them out.

Halloween night, 1997. Corey, a teen skater, goes off on his own and encounters Jonah, a former childhood friend. What starts off as a normal walk through empty suburban streets descends into something darker and magical as they tell each other ghost stories, drawing upon their fears of the world around them. As they walk through their memories and ghosts of the past, they are forced to confront a tragic truth about the changing nature of friendships.

Janet King
Janet King
Season 2 filmed with VA's Arri Alexa camera package
Produced by Screentime
Director of Photography: Joe Pickering
Executive Producers: Des Monaghan and Greg Haddrick
Producer: Karl Zwicky
Co-Producer: Jane Allen and Lisa Scott
Writers: Greg Haddrick, Jane Allen, Kris Mrksa, Shaun Grant
Network: ABC

An 8-hour legal/political thriller that is a spin-off of Crownies featuring Marta Dusseldorp reprising her role of Crown Prosecutor Janet King. The series will look at the dilemmas of a contemporary woman who returns to work after a year's maternity leave and is flung into a shocking prosecution that involves layers of intrigue played out at the highest levels of power. Janet King's case leads her through some astounding twists and revelations that impact on her life on every level.

Cast: Marta Dusseldorp, Vince Colosimo, Damian Walshe-Howling, John Howard, Sonia Todd, Jessica Napier, Deborah Kennedy, Tiriel Mora

THE CODE - Political Thriller - ABC1
Filmed with VA's Arri Alexa camera package

Produced by Redman Entertainments
Director of Photography: Justin Brickle
Line Producer: Heather Macfarlane

There is nothing on earth like an Australian Bachelors and Spinsters Ball, hundreds of Ute's invade the outback for a weekend of fishtails and spin-outs. Spin Out finds two best mates, Lucy and Billy, going in circles - very fast - It can't last. They've got one night to wake up to their love or they'll be lost for life.

Sony Pictures Australian rom-com Spin Out starring Xavier Samuel and Morgan Griffin is set for a Shepparton, Victoria shoot. The film, originally titled Circle Work, will start shooting in the Victorian country town from August 18. Samuel (Fury, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, A Few Best Men) will star alongside Griffin (San Andreas, Louder Than Words, Charlie & Boots) and be supported by a talented group of actors that include Lincoln Lewis (Gallipoli, Tomorrow When the War Began), Melissa Bergland (Winners and Losers, Relative Happiness), Tessa James (Love Child, Home and Away) and Brooke McClymont, of Australia¹s number one country group, The McClymonts.

The film follows a relationship between two long-time friends, Billy (Samuel) and Lucy (Griffin) who are both in denial over their desire for each other. But as change beckons, they must confront their feelings amidst the backdrop of their town’s Ute Muster and annual B&S Ball…or go their separate ways.

Love Child
Love Child
Seasons 1,2 & 3 filmed with VA's Arri Alexa camera package

Produced by Playmaker Media
Director of Photography: Nicholas Owens
Producers: David Maher, David Taylor, Sarah Lambert, Sue Seeary
Writers: Tim Pye, Liz Doran, Sarah Lambert
Director: Shawn Seet, Shirley Barrett, Geoff Bennett, Ian Barry
Network: Nine

Set in Kings Cross in the 1960s, Love Child will tell the story of a handful of people caught in the crossfire as they live, work and play at the very centre of the cultural and sexual revolution. (8 x 60min)

Cast: Jonathan LaPaglia, Jessica Marais, Ryan Corr, Mandy McElhinney

Open Slather
Open Slather
Season 1 filmed with VA's Arri Alexa Camera Package

Produced by: McWaters Productions
Director of Photography: Laszlo Baranyai ACS HSC
Executive Producers: Laura Waters, Rick McKenna
Producers: Paul Walton, Laura Waters, Rick McKenna
Creative Consultant: Glenn Robbins
Head Writers: Nick Weller, Phil Dan Bruchem
Directors: Natalie Bailey, Steven Saussey
Aired: Sun, May 24, 2015... (Comedy Channel)

Combining the talents of comedy legends with a new wave of performers, each episode of Open Slather parodies popular culture, politics, sport, music, media — all the things that capture the imagination of the public and get people talking. It's the landmark comedy show that Australia has been waiting for. Subversive, energetic and risqué, everything is up for grabs — it's literally Open Slather. (20x60min)

Peter Allen
Peter Allen: Not the Boy Next Door - Filmed with VA’s Arri Alexa Package
Produced by Shine Australia Pty Limited
Executive Producer: Rory Callaghan
Producers: Kerrie Mainwaring
Director: Shawn Seet
Director of Photography: Bruce Young
Writers: Justin Monjo, Michael Miller
Network: Seven

There are few Australian stories as remarkable as Peter Allen's. The boy from the bush whose talent, determination and drive made him Hollywood royalty and an international household name. The only Australian to win an Oscar, a Grammy and a Golden Globe, Allen wrote some of our most iconic songs. He died in 1992 at 48, but his songs and spirit live on — whether on the stage as part of The Boy from Oz or as part of Coldplay's no. 1 worldwide hit 'Every Teardrop is a Waterfall'.

Cast: Joel Jackson, Rebecca Gibney, Sigrid Thornton, Rob Mills, Henri Szeps, Nick Farnell, Sara West

UNindian - Filmed with VA’s Arri Alexa & CODEX camera package
Director: Anupam Sharma
Writers: Devendra Gupta ... (presenter)
Thushy Sathi ... (as Thushy Sathiamoorthy)
Producers: Lisa Duff Anupam Sharma
Stars: Sarah Roberts, Gulshan Grover, Pallavi Sharda, Brett Lee

Alex & Eve
Alex & Eve - Filmed with VA’s Arri Alexa camera package
Director: Peter Andrikidis
Producer: Murray Fahey
Director of Photography: Joe Pickering
Production designer: Felicity Abbott
Line Producer: Ann Folland
Stars: Richard Zoe Carides

Last Cab To Darwin
Last Cab To Darwin
Produced by: Pork Chop Productions.

Eight years on from Last Train To Freo, Jeremy Sims is now catching the Last Cab To Darwin, a road movie, which stars Michael Caton and Jacki Weaver, and has just commenced shooting in Broken Hill, with the seven-week production to then move to South Australia and conclude in Darwin.

The stellar crew on ‘Last Cab to Darwin’ also includes: Steve Arnold (Disgrace, Red Obsession) - Director of Photography; Clayton Jauncey (Beneath Hill 60, Kill Me Three Times) - Production Designer; Kirsty McGregor (Animal Kingdom, Beneath Hill 60) - Casting Director; Steve Andrews (Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, The English Patient) - First Assistant Director; Marcus D’Arcy (Babe, Tomorrow, When the War Began) – Editor; Jane Johnston (Life after Beth, Stealth) - Costume Designer; Beverley Freeman (Charlie’s Country, Ten Canoes) – Hair and Make-up Designer and Sally Clarke (Wolf Creek 2, Beautiful Kate) – Production Manager.

Produced by Brindle Films and Princess Pictures in association with ABC TV
Producers: Rachel Clements, Trisha Morton-Thomas, Anna Cadden
Writers: Trisha Morton-Thomas, Danielle MacLean, Sonja Dare
Director: Beck Cole
Network: ABC2

8MMM Aboriginal Radio in Alice Springs runs on the smell of an oily rag, the enthusiasm of its motley Indigenous crew and the misguided intentions of the whitefellas in charge. For the 3M's of Alice Springs - the missionaries, mercenaries and misfits - saving Aboriginal people from themselves is hard work. Especially Aboriginal people who expect to be heard on the radio and in the office. Princess Pictures and Brindle Films bravely step into the vortex of Aboriginal Australia, where truth and comedy collide.

It's A Date
It's A Date
Produced by: Princess Pictures in association with ABC TV and Film Victoria.
Producers: Laura Waters, Andrea Denholm
Co-Producer: Peter Helliar
Series Producer: Paul Walton
Director: Jonathan Brough
Lead Writer: Peter Helliar
Network: ABC

(Season 1 & 2 Camera department supplied by VA Digital Hire)
IT’S A DATE, is a narrative comedy series that explores the tension, expectation and complication of finding true love. Each episode thematically links two self-contained dates as they bravely head toward desire or disaster. Series creator and lead writer Peter Helliar has assembled some of Australia’s leading comedy writers – Phil Lloyd, Jess Harris, Ryan Shelton, Justin Hamilton, Tony Moclair, Lawrence Mooney, Steven Gates and Kate Langbroek – to share the journey.

The Secret River
Secret River
Produced by Ruby Entertainment
Producers: Stephen Luby, Mark Ruse
Writers: Jan Sardi, Mac Gudgeon
Director: Fred Schepisi
Network: ABC

The ABC has committed to the development of acclaimed Australian novel, The Secret River, by author Kate Grenville, as a television mini-series. The novel won the Commonwealth Writers Prize in 2006 and was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize in the same year.

Through the deeply personal story of a young couple, William and Sal Thornhill, The Secret River dramatises the colonisation of Australia and the escalating conflict between the original Indigenous inhabitants and the newly arrived white settlers. In this epic tragedy, Will Thornhill, a former convict, brutally treated and impoverished in England, is lead by desperation, fear and ambition towards a crime of terrible savagery.

The story of Will and Sal Thornhill is at once an enthralling adventure, a compelling character journey, and a compassionate insight into the Australian soul.

The project has been developed by producers, Stephen Luby, and Mark Ruse of Ruby Entertainment (Crackerjack, the Murray Whelan telemovies, Bed of Roses), Oscar nominee screenwriter, Jan Sardi (Shine, Mao’s Last Dancer) and acclaimed director, Fred Schepisi (Chant of Jimmy Blacksmith, Six Degrees of Separation), and will now be adapted into a television mini-series by Sardi with Mac Gudgeon.

Teenage Kicks
Teenage Kicks
Produced by: Azure Productions Pty Ltd
Producer: Annmaree J Bell

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TEENAGE KICKS, currently in production, is the passion project of award-winning writer/director Craig Boreham and producer Annmaree J Bell. Between them the team has won numerous international awards for their work and their films have screened in prestigious film festivals all over the world including Berlin, Palm Springs, New York and Montreal. TEENAGE KICKS is based on the award winning short DROWNING and will star up and coming Australian actor Miles Szanto in the role of Mik. DROWNING has so far been selected to screen at Cinema des Antipodes at the Cannes International Film Festival, St Tropez Film Festival, Outfest Los Angeles, Flickerfest, Saint Kilda Film Festival, Dungog Film Festival and won Best Film at both The Sydney Mardi Gras Film Festival and the Melbourne Queer Film Festival.

Catching Milat
Catching Milat
Produced by Shine Pty Ltd
Producer: Kerrie Mainwaring
Director: Peter Andrikidis
Writer: Justin Monjo
Network: Seven

Catching Milat is a period drama on the Backpacker Murders coming soon to Channel Seven.

Over two compelling episodes, Catching Milat will tell the true story of how the NSW Police Taskforce Air, and in particular Detective Paul Gordon, tracked down and caught Ivan Milat – the man responsible for the infamous Backpacker Murders.

Set against a backdrop of a public alarm, high level government pressure and an international press demanding a result, Catching Milat will be a pacy, physiological thriller – real life whodunit wi real heroes and villains.

House Husbands
In Your Dreams (Season 1 & 2 shot on VA Digital Hire Arri Alexa Camera’s)
TV drama
Director: Ralph Strasser
Writers: John Armstrong, Tim Gooding, Kym Goldsworthy, Julie Miller
Producer: Noel Price
Executive producers: Noel Price, Sue Keating, Ole Kampovski
Production company: Southern Star Entertainment Pty Ltd
International sales: Endemol Southern Star
Genre: Children's
Network: Seven Network
Cast: Tessa de Josslyn, David Delmenico, Soma Pysall, Jorn Knebel
Synopsis: Australian teenage twins Samantha and Ben Haselton discover what ‘culture shock’ is all about when they spend the summer with some eccentric, aristocratic and accident-prone relatives who live in a remote German castle.

The Killing Field
The Killing Field
Executive Producer: Julie McGauran
Producers: Bill Hughes and Sarah Smith
Co-Producer: Rebecca Gibney
Director: Samantha Lang
Writers: Sarah Smith and Michaeley O'Brien
Network: Seven

Rebecca Gibney plays the leader of a task force that's sent to a country town to investigate a shocking crime. Filming began November 2013

Cast: Rebecca Gibney, Liam McIntyre, Peter O'Brien

Produced by FremantleMedia
Producer: Stephen Corvini
Executive Producer: Jason Stephens
Executive Producer / Producer: Jo Rooney
Writer: Katherine Thomson
Director: Khoa Do
Network: Nine

Not since Lindy Chamberlain has there been a criminal case that has intrigued Australians as much as Schapelle Corby's. On October 8, 2004, Corby, a beauty therapist from the Gold Coast, was caught in Bali with a boogie board bag full of marijuana. Her arrest captivated and intrigued a nation. But what really happened on that fateful day? Why did she do it? And who was behind it all?

Schapelle lifts the lid on what went on behind the headlines. It’s a story packed with amazing characters, bizarre twists and intrigue at the highest level. Inspired by the bestseller Sins of the Father by investigative journalist Eamonn Duff, Schapelle will bring to the screen the captivating story behind Schapelle Corby’s ill-fated trip to Bali. Schapelle is a must-see telemovie from FremantleMedia, producers of the critically acclaimed The King, Killing Time and Devil’s Dust.

Fat Tony & Co
Produced by Screentime
Producers: Peter Gawler and Elisa Argenzio
Network: Nine

Australia had a drug problem and that problem was Tony Mokbel. When it looked like Australian police were finally going to send him to prison — he disappeared. What followed was an intense manhunt that lasted 18 months and dismantled a drug empire. Airing 2014

Cast: Robert Mammone, Vince Colosimo, Gyton Grantley, Les Hill, Madeleine West, Simon Westaway, Gerard Kennedy , Kevin Harrington, Shane Jacobson, Stephen Curry, Debra Byrne, Steve Bastoni, Richard Cawthorne, Simone Kessell, Nicholas Bishop, Hollie Andrew

Power Games
Power Games, The Packer–Murdoch Story
Produced by: Southern Star Entertainment
Producer: John Edwards
Network: Nine
Cast: Lachy Hulme as Frank Packer, Patrick Brammall as Rupert Murdoch

1960-1973 is a period where the Packers go from ascendency in the Sydney newspaper world to being out of it altogether, but have grown to dominate television in Australia. Murdoch comes from being the owner of minor provincial newspaper to dominating newspapers in this country, moving ambitiously into the UK and US and with TV interests growing, then shrinking, then ready to spring forward again. It's a story of two families clashing, cooperating and colliding in an ambivalent dance that has continued to the present day.

Produced by Story Ark Productions
Executive Producers: Carole Sklan, Christopher Gist
Producers: Riccardo Pellizzeri, Lara Radulovich
Director: Samantha Lang
Writer: David Hannam
Network: ABC

Carlotta is based on the extraordinary life of iconic Les Girls headliner and Australian transgender pioneer, Carlotta. Spanning forty years of groundbreaking social and sexual upheaval, Carlotta lays bare the life of the sexually confused teenager Richard Byron and his flight from a neglectful and abusive household into the turbulence of the hedonistic Kings Cross of the sixties and seventies. We witness the birth of the transsexual underworld against the threat of criminal prosecution as well as social rejection and with it, the emergence of the all conquering drag queen and performer, Carlotta. (90min)

Cast: Jessica Marais, Anita Hegh, Caroline O'Connor, Alex Dimitriades, Paul Capsis, Eamon Farren, Socratis Otto, Andrew Lees, Ryan Johnson, Gigi Edgley, Damian de Montemas, Warick Young.

The Outlaw Michael Howe
The Outlaw Michael Howe
Produced by Cordell Jigsaw Zapruder and Outlawed Films.
Producers: Nial Fulton and Michael Cordell
Writer: Brendan Cowell
Director: Brendan Cowell
Network: ABC

Based on the book, Michael Howe: The Last and Worst of the Bushrangers of Van Diemen's Land.

Cast: Damon Herriman, Matt Day, Damon Gameau, Rarriwuy Hick, Mirrah Foulkes and Darren Gilshenan:

Never Tear Us Apart
INXS - Never Tear Us Apart
Produced by Shine Australia
Producers: Rory Callaghan, Mark Fennessy
Writers: Justin Monjo, Dave Warner
Director: Daina Reid
Network: Seven

Never Tear Us Apart tells the uncensored story of Australia's most successful band, INXS. This big, brash and colourful TV drama will chart the rise of six Sydney boys who became the biggest band in the world. A story of mateship, a story of success and excess, talent and sheer bloody will, set to a pulsating soundtrack including all of INXS's greatest hits. (180 mins)

Cast: Luke Arnold as Michael Hutchence, Hugh Sheridan as Garry Gary Beers, Alex Williams as Kirk Pengilly, Ido Drent as Jon Farriss, Andy Ryan as Andrew Farriss, Nicholas Masters as Tim Farriss, Damon Herriman as Chris Murphy, Samantha Jade as Kylie Minogue, Georgina Haig as Paula Yates, Mallory Jansen as Helena Christensen.

Better Man
Better Man
Produced by FremantleMedia Australia, Bravado Productions
Executive Producer: Jason Stephens
Producers: Stephen Corvini, John Wild
Director: Khoa Do
Writer: Khoa Do
Network: SBS

Exactly how much risk would you take to save your brother? For Van Nguyen the answer was whatever it takes, and the devastating consequence of his attempt to traffic heroin from Cambodia to Australia via a change of planes in Singapore was that the 396 grams of drugs that he was discovered carrying was enough to incur the death penalty — 26 times over.

The Gods of Wheat Street
The Gods Of Wheat Street
A new 6 part Indigenous drama for ABC1 has begun filming in northern NSW.

The Gods of Wheat Street written by Jon Bell, a Wiradjuri and Bundjalung man, centres around the Freeburn clan, “a legendary modern local Aboriginal family.”

Filming on location in Coraki, Casino and Lismore, the series tells the story of Odin Freeburn (Kelton Pell), head of the family, who is being pulled in all directions as he tries to keep the family together. The series is produced by Jon Bell and Lois Randall (East of Everything, Air, New Boots) with Every Cloud Productions’ Fiona Eagger and Deb Cox (Miss Fisher’s Mur Mysteries) [pictured] as Executive Producers, along with ABC TV’s Head of Indigenous Sally Riley.

Paper Giants: Magazine Wars / Southern Star
Paper Giants: Magazine Wars / Southern Star
Produced by John Edwards and Mimi Butler, Magazine Wars tells the story of two women, Nene King and Dulcie Boling, who started a circulation war that totally rewrote the rules of journalism in Australia.
It’s 1987. Hair is big. Shoulder pads are wide. The Royals are still a family.
Flamboyant deputy editor Nene King storms out of New Idea to become editor of Women’s Day, determined to overthrow the immaculate queen of women’s magazines, Dulcie Boling.
The ‘new’ journalism was a potent mix of celebrities, gossip, clairvoyants, paparazzi and gave rise to cheque book journalism in Australia.

Written by Justin Monjo and Keith Thompson, the series will be directed by Daina Reid (Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo, Offspring).

Puberty Blues
Puberty Blues
Produced by Southern Star John Edwards
Producers: Imogen Banks, John Edwards
Directors: Glendyn Ivin, Emma Freeman
Network: Ten

Under belly “Badness”
Underbelly 5: Badness
TV drama | 8 x 60mins
Produced by Screentime
Producers: Peter Gawler and Elisa Argenzio
Executive Producers: Des Monaghan, Greg Haddrick, Jo Rooney, Andy Ryan
Directors: Tony Tilse, David Caesar, Ian Watson
Writers: Peter Gawler, Felicity Packard, Jeff Truman, Niki Aken
Network: Nine

Produced by Southern Star John Edwards
Producers: John Edwards and Mimi Butler
Director: Daina Reid
Writer: Christopher Lee
Network: Nine

The Rocket
Funded by Screen Australia
Producer: Sylvia Wilczynski
Executive Producer: Bridget Ikin
Writer/Director: Kim Mordaunt
Script Editor: Miro Bilbrough
Synopsis: A boy who has lost his twin brother struggles to find his value in a homeland that believes him cursed. When a dam construction forces his family to leave their village, he leads his family and some ragged misfits through Laos to find a new home. After his calamity-filled journey, he tests his fate by building a giant rocket to enter the most dangerous competition of the year: the Rocket Festival.

Tricky Business
Produced by Screentime
Executive Producers: Des Monaghan, Greg Haddrick, Jo Rooney, Andy Ryan
Producers: Denny Lawrence
Writers: Greg Haddrick, ...
Directors: Shawn Seet, ...
Network: Nine
Brothers In Arms
Produced by Screentime
Executive Producers: Des Monaghan, Greg Haddrick, Rick Maier
Producer: Roger Simpson
Co-Producers: Louisa Kors, Peter Andrikidis
Writers: Greg Haddrick, Roger Simpson, Jo Martino
Director: Peter Andrikidis
Network: Ten

A Southern Star John Edwards Production
Created by: Debra Oswald with John Edwards and Imogen Banks
Executive Producers: Rick Maier, Rory Callaghan
Producer: Imogen Banks, John Edwards
Directors: Kate Dennis, ...
Writers: Debra Oswald, ...
Network: Ten

Produced by Southern Star John Edwards
Producers: John Edwards, Jane Liscombe
Director: Glendyn Ivin
Writers: Judi McCrossin
Network: Nine

Dripping in Chocolate
Produced by Southern Star Entertainment Pty Ltd
Producers: Julie McGauran & Sarah Smith
Director: Mark Joffe
Screenplay: John Ridley & Sarah Smith

Wish You Were Here
An AQUARIUS FILMS production in association with BLUE-TONGUE FILMS
Producer: Angie Fielder
Director: Kieran Darcy-Smith
Writers: Kieran Darcy-Smith, Felicity Price

The Reef
Executive Producer: Janine Pearce
Producer: Andrew Traucki, Michael Robertson
Co-Producer: Tiare Tomaszewski
Associate Producer: Dean Toovey
Director: Andrew Traucki
Writers: Andrew Traucki, James M. Vernon (script editor)

Wild Boys
Produced by Southern Star Entertainment
Executive Producers: John Holmes, Rory Callaghan
Producer: Julie McGauran, Sarah Smith
Writers: John Ridley, Jeff Truman, James Walker, Dave Warner, Michelle Offen, Margaret Wilson
Directors: Jeffrey Walker, Ken Cameron, Arnie Custo, Chris Martin Jones, Ian Watson
Network: Seven
Penelope k, by the way BBC
Penelope K, by the way
Penelope K, by the way is a British–Australian television program for pre-school children (aged 4 to 6). The program is produced by Blink Films and Freehand for CBeebies, the BBC's children's television channel.
A gURL's wURLd (AKA Chatroom Chicks)
A Southern Star Entertainment, Southern Star Singapore, and TV Plus Production
for Nine Network Australia and North German Radio and Television
Executive Producers: Noel Price, Angelika Paetow, Jo Rooney, Jacqueline Chan
Producer: Noel Price
Director: Ralph Strasser
Writers: John Armstrong, Shelley Birse, Susan Hore, Noel Price, Kym Goldsworthy, Jorge Reiter, Katja Kittendorf
Composers: Nick Howard, Luke Mynott

Tangle - Season 2
A Southern Star John Edwards Production
Executive Producers: Kim Vecera, Hugh Marks
Producers: John Edwards, Imogen Banks
Writers: Fiona Seres, Tony McNamara
Directors: Jessica Hobbs, Matthew Saville, Stuart McDonald

Golden Girl
Produced by Happening Films
Director: Grant Scicluna
Screenwriter: Holly Alexander
Producer: Jannine Barnes
DOP: Francesco Biffone
Production Designer: Robert Perkins
Editor: Peter Worland
Sam Hayward: Sound Designer
Black Water - Movie
Black Water
Directors: David Nerlich, Andrew Traucki
Writers: Andrew Traucki, David Nerlich
Stars:Diana Glenn, Maeve Dermody and Andy Rodoreda
Synopsis: A terrifying tale of survival in the mangrove swamps of Northern Australia, based on a true story.

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