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Tag: miniseries

  • Richard Taylor joins forces with Australia

    Co-owner of Pukeko Pictures and Weta Workshop, five-time Academy Award winner Richard Taylor found an opportunity too good to miss with ABC TV’s Cleverman.

    13 Jul 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • TV DRAMA ABROAD

    Sixteen relatively recent Australian television dramas have earned more than $1 million each in gross revenue and nearly $43 million as a group, mostly from abroad.

    28 Jun 2016
    By Sandy George & Bernadette Rheinberger
  • TV DRAMA ABROAD - PART 4: PRODUCER IAN COLLIE ON THREE ESSENTIAL DRAMAS

    All three of Essential Media and Entertainment’s most recent dramas – Rake, Jack Irish series 1 and The Principal – are selling well internationally. All are represented by DCD Rights. Ian Collie provides some thoughts on the international sales scene, then discusses each drama.

    28 Jun 2016
    By Sandy George
  • TV DRAMA ABROAD - PART 5: PRODUCER NATHAN MAYFIELD ON SECRETS & LIES

    Secrets & Lies doesn’t have the recognition factor of many others in the list of Screen Australia dramas that have sold well but it has spawned two seasons of a US version, is near the top of the list because of its international popularity and was a game changer for Hoodlum because of how many doors it has opened and is still opening.

    28 Jun 2016
    By Sandy George
  • TV DRAMA ABROAD - PART 2: PRODUCER EMILE SHERMAN ON TOP OF THE LAKE

    Australian/UK company See-Saw Films and New Zealand’s Escapade Pictures produced Top of the Lake, which is represented by BBC Worldwide. Emile Sherman talks about its success and explains the value of co-commissioning.

    24 Jun 2016
    By Sandy George
  • TV DRAMA ABROAD - PART 3: PRODUCER FIONA EAGGER ON MISS FISHER'S MURDER MYSTERIES

    Every Cloud Productions has made three series of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, which is represented by all3media International. Fiona Eagger explains the strategic thinking that went into the production.

    24 Jun 2016
    By Sandy George
  • TV DRAMA ABROAD - Part 8: Distributor DCD Rights' interest in Australian drama

    DCD Rights handles sales on many Australian dramas, including The Slap from Matchbox Pictures, The Code from Playmaker Media, and Rake, Jack Irish Season One and The Principal from Essential Media and Entertainment. Once she has summarised DCD’s history in Australia, Nicky Davies Williams discusses the performance of each one.

    24 Jun 2016
    By Sandy George
  • TV DRAMA ABROAD - PART 9: DISTRIBUTOR MAARTJE HORCHNER ON MISS FISHER'S MURDER MYSTERIES

    Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteriesis one of all3media International’s best drama sellers, irrespective of nationality. Maartje Horchner discusses the many factors that have contributed.

    24 Jun 2016
    By Sandy George
  • Origins explored in DNA Nation

    Ernie Dingo, Ian Thorpe and Julia Zemiro trace their roots back 200,000 years in the new SBS series DNA Nation.

    18 May 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Matilda & Me: A family affair

    Nel Minchin delved into the family archives and turned the camera onto her brother Tim, her family and herself for Matilda & Me.

    29 Mar 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Keeping Australia Alive a “patchwork quilt”

    Every day across the country people are making life-changing decisions. We talk to executive producer Karen Dewey about Keeping Australia Alive.

    23 Mar 2016
    By Caris Bizzaca
  • Screen Australia announces Diversity in TV drama study

    Local TV content is hugely popular with audiences and plays a vital role in informing the ways we think about ourselves and each other, but do our TV dramas reflect the diversity of Australia today?

    17 Mar 2016
    By Screen Australia
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