Jul 21, 2024 Last Updated 2:08 AM, Jun 8, 2024

Producers & Distributors of High Quality Australian Film and Television

We've got quality not quantity. We break the ice for others to follow.

On this site you will find details of our past film production, direct sales info, 

who we are, what we've got in development plus bits about our heros.


Persons Of Interest a Walkley Award finalist

We've just been informed that our ASIO series PERSONS OF INTEREST has been selected as a finalist in the documnetary section of the prestigious Walkley Awards for 2013. These awards are the pinnacle of excellence in journalism with particluar attention being paid to rigour in research, story telling and technical achievement.

The judges commented that: “Persons of Interest” is an important addition to the cultural and political history of this country. The interviews with former ASIO agents who now feel bereft and abandoned were an unexpected and powerful addition.



First audience to see our four part series

We’re pleased to announce that Persons Of Interest will have it’s premier at the upcoming Melbourne International Film Festival. The festival has invited us to screen the whole series over two days. Episodes 1 & 2 will screen on Saturday August 10th of August and Eps 3 &4 will screen on Sunday the 11th There will be a Q&A with Director Haydn Keenan after the screening of Eps 1&2 on the Saturday. Following the Sunday screening there will be a ticketed panel discussion Moderated by Robert Manne with a number of Persons Of Interest and expert panellists from both sides of politics discussing the balance between effective intelligence and civil liberty.
If you’d like the chance to see these films on the big screen, now is your chance. Tickets are available to non members from July 5th http://miff.com.au/tickets

The final touches for Persons Of Interest

Ningla - A'Na TV Broadcast


This Friday, May 31, at 9.00 p.m. NITV the National Indigenous TV network will rescreen our landmark land rights documentary Ningla - A'Na.  It was first screened in January this year and public response was so strong the network has decided to bring it back immediately.  If you miss it on air you can watch it on demand here any time you like.



Christine Amphlett

Christine Amphlett 1959 - 2013


 On a cold night in 1981 at the Bayswater Hotel in Sydney’s King Cross. we shot a music scene for our film GOING DOWN. Henk Johannes was acting in the film, playing the part of a musician. He was in a band at the time and suggested we should use his band. They were unsigned but had a few good songs. The band was THE DIVINYLS. That night a young Chrissie Amphlett blew us all away with a voice and performance not easily forgotten. At this stage, Chrissie hadn’t yet developed her schoolgirl persona , but she had a mix of power and vulnerability that was entrancing. We shot “Boys In Town” and “Science Fiction” both of which became top ten hits when the band eventually signed with a record company.  

The sequence was a winner and our film was nearly finished when Pat Lovell the producer of Monkey Grip rang to inform us that she would sue us if we included the footage in our film as she was using them in her film and had a contract! Being young and naïve and instead of telling her tostuff off we cut the scene and at our own cost reshot the whole thing with another band.

These images were captured by photographer Robert McFarlane and are a lovely insight into who Christine Amphlett was. Her recent death is a sad moment for Australian music. She’ll be sorely missed.