Goalpost Pictures' Kylie Munnich will serve as a Screen Producers Australia councillor for 2023/24, while Greg Woods, Kevin Whyte, Kurt Royan, Mitchell Stanley, and Steph Dower have been named advisors to council, following the organisation's annual general meeting.
A spin-off of 'High Maintenance', starring Yael Stone, and a comedic crime series from Jungle Entertainment are among the 21 projects that will share in more than $600,000 in story development funding from Screen Australia.
Orange Entertainment Co. has optioned Asphyxia's YA novel 'Future Girl', which explores what it means to come of age as a Deaf teenager against the backdrop of a near-future Melbourne facing environmental catastrophe.
Post-production studio The Post Lounge has promoted senior producer Bronwyn Ketels to general manager and head of post-production.
Kurt Royan and Dan Lake's Orange Entertainment Co. has bought the screen rights to Shannon Molloy’s autobiographical book 'Fourteen', which chronicles one year of his life as a gay teenager in regional Queensland.
Producer-director Mark Joffe and Easy Tiger are co-producing a two-part documentary for Network 10 which examines one of the country’s most infamous miscarriages of justice.
The ABC has ordered a six-part narrative comedy from Unless Pictures and Orange Entertainment centred on COVID-19 isolation, due to start filming - remotely - this month before airing in July.