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NEVER TELL US APART tells the uncensored story of Australia’s most successful band, INXS. This big, brash and colourful TV drama will chart the rise of six Sydney boys who became the biggest band in the world. A story of mateship, a story of success and excess, talent and sheer bloody will, set to a pulsating soundtrack including all of INXS’s greatest hits.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

Director
Daina Reid
Writers
Justin Monjo  Dave Warner
Producer
Kerrie Mainwaring  Andrew Prowse
Executive Producers
Mark Fennessy  Rory Callaghan
Dir. of Photography:
Bruce Young
Cast
Luke Arnold - Nicholas Masters - Andy Ryan - Alex Williams - Hugh Sheridan - Damon Herriman - Ido Drent
Genre
Drama
Production Company
Endemol Shine Australia Pty Ltd
Australian Sales
Endemol Shine Australia Pty Ltd
International Sales
Shine International

Screen Australia Supported

  • Production support

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • TV Week
    (2015)

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As audiences fragment, TV markets become increasingly global and the cost and risk of creating home-grown television increases, Screen Australia's role in supporting locally-made series is more vital than ever.

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