14 Dec 2012
Dangerously Smart Children's TV Series
28 Mar 2012
First Commandos Mini Series
14 Jul 2011
Around the World in 80 Ways the Musical!
13 Jul 2011
NEWSFRONT Tribute to Bill Hunter
13 Jul 2011
BOPPIN' with BENNY 1st Series Completed
26 Aug 2009
Two Fists One Heart - out on DVD
10 Aug 2009
Daniel Amalm to host The Contender
Set in the world of boxing, Two Fist One Heart is a film which explores tradition, multiculturalism and loyalty. Alongside the trials of a young man coming to terms with life and his role within his family is a deep father/son battle for understanding. Both determined and both believing they are right, the film is ultimately a journey of reconciliation.
Mavis Davis had had enough! Her younger son, Eddie, wears headphones all day and almost electrocutes her. Her older boy, Wally is gay - lives in a huge over-ripe concrete banana. Her husband... well, her husband, Roly Davis (Dad) has turned into a turnip, a blind, motionless, emotionless vegetable.
Benny is a young musician who loves to perform with kids. In each episode Benny takes a group of small children on an adventure and together they create a song around their shared experience. It's great fun for kids, very interactive with a host of catchy tunes. Be part of the fun by joining Benny and the kids on their musical adventures.
A nuclear scientist, (Ross Thompson), is terminally exposed to radiation when an earth tremor fractures storage containers, releasing nuclear waste into the artesian water table. WALDO (Western Longterm Disposal Organisation) attempts to cover up the fatal spill. The scientist, disorientated and in the throes of a horrifying radiation death, escapes to warn the public. He is found by a racing mechanic (Steve Bisley), and his wife (Arna-Maria Winchester), who are holidaying in a dead-end mountain valley, that contains the first tangible evidence of the contamination.
The Legacy of war has shaped Vietnam. To begin to understand the psyche of this extraordinary nation is to understand that the Vietnamese fought for their independence for a great part of the 20th century. War was traditionally a man's domain. In Vietnam's struggle for independence, gender was no longer an issue as women joined the world of combat.
CRYSTAL VOYAGER is an adventure film centering on surfer, inventor, cameraman George Grenough. Very much a film of its time, 1972, 1972 Crystal Voyager climaxes in a surreal journey deep inside the vortex of huge breaking waves where time enters a space, a zone of its own. The film became a cult hit throughout the world.
Nothing and no one is safe in this biting satire of the trials and tribulations of young marrieds buying their first home. "Emoh Ruo" takes direct aim at the financial institutions, builders, furniture salesmen, television commercials and almost any other of the many sharks in our society who lie in waiting, ready to help eager young couples commit economic suicide for their little piece of Australia.
On the dark wet streets of Glasgow, Neal McBride's a cop who likes to go undercover - the rest of the police wish he'd stay there. Nobody cares except McBride who has two outstanding qualities; he hates the rich people and he can't keep his mouth shut. When he arrests a corrupt city councillor who's cornered the corrupt cabbage market. McBride is re-assigned to somewhere as far away as possible, in fact where they used to send the criminals; Australia.
Love in Limbo is a technicolour tour around the teenage libido as it was in 1957, when sex was still a dirty word. Set to the Rhythm and Blues tunes of the unrequited love and designed for maximum impact, the film plans with the icons of the era, and the social mores of the day.
Claudia Karvan stars as cross-country skier Janine Shepherd in Never Tell Me Never, an autobiographical triumph-of-the-spirit story. As a promising Olympic-bound cross-country skier, Janine Shepherd must suddenly cope with the challenge of her life when a bicycle training run ends tragically. A car strikes the young athlete, leaving her a paraplegic for life.
The war has ended and newsreel cameramen were recording events that changed the shape of the nation. Len (Bill Hunter) is the top cameraman at Cinetone News, the battling Australian company, while Frank, his brother (Gerard Kennedy) heads up Newsco International, the Australian arm of an American Corporation. The brothers, who come from tough Irish-Catholic stock, have weathered the depression and defended their country. Their rivalry was fierce.
Ben and Ellen Bell and their eleven year old daughter, Matilda, have a never-say-die spirit that has seen them through countless brushes with misfortune in a country plagued by drought. Their lineage has been at the heart of Australia for generations; sheep farmers with a passion for the land. Matilda Bell is a spirited country girl and plays an important part on the farm. She drives a tractor, helps with the shearing, and is popular among her friends at school. But she's not blind to the troubles besetting her family and others in the Bundooma district.
Calm, conventional Maria, the perfect wife and mother, is thrown into haunting self-doubt by the death of her beloved father. His death forces Maria into a sharp assessment of her own life. After discovering her husband George's infidelity she escapes to the island of Phuket in Thailand to think things over.
"Starstruck" is the first Aussie modern musical comedy, set in Sydney. Jackie Mullens, is a reluctant barmaid in her family's working class pub, which is going downhill fast. Determined to be a singing star, Jackie is assisted in her attempts by her crazy, oddball cousin, 14 year-old Angus. Angus, disinterested in the mundane task of learning at school, lets rip with all his crazy showbiz ideas, in his attempts to make Jackie famous.
"Undercover" is about an extraordinary young woman, Libby McKenzie, who worked with vital, idealistic and ambitious Fred Burley. Burley was the Australian founder of the ladies underwear empire, 'Berlei'. Set in the period 1923 to 1927, "Undercover" shows Australia emerging from the sedate and gentle traditions of Edwardianism into the energetic twenties with all the extravagant elegance of the art deco era - flappers and fashion parades depicting the underworld of satin and silk.