Northern Pictures is poised to continue its successful Emmys run, earning international nominations for the second seasons of ABC's 'Hardball' and 'Love on the Spectrum'.
Children’s television has often been a place to push the boundaries of diverse representations onscreen. In particular, Australian children’s TV has been a global leader in screen diversity, including gender and queer representation, write Swinburne's Damien O'Meara and Liam Burke.
French audiences will be treated to the second season of Hardball and film series DisRupted after they were sold to France Télévisions.
After an Emmy win and both local and international success with 'Hardball', Northern Pictures is developing a new children's project with one of its creators, Guy Edmonds.
Ben Lawrence took home the main prize – Best Direction in a Feature Film (Budget $1M+) – at last night’s Australian Directors’ Guild (ADG) Awards for his debut narrative feature 'Hearts and Bones'.