Recent Productions – Film, TV and Corporate
ELIXIR – Feature 116min
The surrealists are alive and well in contemporary Berlin. Living together in a decaying commune called the Glasshouse, the luminaries of art’s most controversial scene wrestle with a city inclined to be rid of them, an art world being bought out by the rich, and years of wild living and simmering grudges. When founding figure Jacques dies and Lexia, a mysterious Bosnian stray is added to the mix, they plan one final provocation – an attack on punk pioneer Malcolm’s fashion show – but they soon discover that betrayal taints even the purest of humanity’s dreams.
MACQUARIE: THE FATHER OF AUSTRALIA – 1 x one hour HD
Scotsman, Lachlan Macquarie arrived in New South Wales, Australiia, 200 years ago to rule over 10,000 criminals and colonists. His vision profoundly shaped the future nation – not least by nurturing Australia’s egalitarian spirit and national belief in the right to ‘a fair go’. But behind every great man is a great woman – and this film is her story too. We will reveal Elizabeth Campbell Macquarie’s untold contribution to the Australian nation. This film will tell the uplifting and dramatic story of the Father (and Mother) of Australia
DRIVING TO D-DAY – 1 x one hour SD
Sixteen military vehicles from the 1940s and their slightly eccentric owners set out from Istanbul in Turkey to drive across Europe to the D-Day anniversary celebrations in Normandy. Along the way they will visit key battlefields and understand more of the real story of the battle for Europe in the Second World War.
LOST IN FLANDERS – 1 x one hour SD
Two young Australian historians return to the battlefields of Flanders in Belgium to join an team of archaeologists digging up the trenches of the Western Front. For ABC television Australia and worldwide.
LESS ADVERSARIAL TRIALS – 1 x one hour Corprorate Documentary
Produced for the Family Court of Australia as a significant documentary communication tool.
CLIENT SERVICES DRAMA – 6 x 20min Training Films
6 dramatised training film for Family Court of Australia.