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Margie Brown Company Director

Following illustrious careers as a Zambesi river guide, moth breeder, and journalist (and authoring the well-received Careers that Started in Science book), Margie Brown turned to producing in 2004 after co-hatching film production house Flickchicks with director Mandy Lake. In 2011 she produced the documentary, The 100+ Club, for ABC TV (which won the United Nations Association of Australia, Media Peace Award for Promotion of Positive Images of the Older Person), and she has also produced dozens of documentary-style films for government and corporate clients across Australia. She co-produced Snake Sheila, a 10-part series for Discovery Channel’s Animal Planet International, which broadcast to 170 countries and is currently in production for season 2 of Snake Sheila (aka Snake Boss in Australia).

Mandy Lake Company Director

The 100+ Club. Despite being initially quite snake-phobic, she directed, wrote and co-edited Snake Sheila; a 10-part series for Discovery Channel’s Animal Planet International and is now entertaining the idea of getting a pet python. She’s currently in production for season 2 of Snake Sheila (aka Snake Boss in Australia) and a slate of factual projects including: In Irwin’s Footsteps, Bowled Over: A dragumentary, Third Eye View, Psychic Road Trip, Finders Seekers, The Shetland Bus and Race Drones.

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