6 x 60 mins / Mystery Drama / BBC UKTV & Sundance Channel (2017)
In the wake of New Zealand's devastating events, troubled Detective Robin returns to Sydney for a fresh start, however, the wounds of the past are deep and angry, moreover, a suitcase with a rather appalling content summons dark memories.
6 x 60 mins / Drama Series / Screentime (2016)
The drama centres around a part-time country pub singer, portrayed by Jessica Mauboy, who has a chance meeting with a wealthy city hotelier and rediscovers information about her family and history.
Series 1–7 : 82 x 60 min eps / Adult Romantic Comedy / for Network Ten (2010 – 2017)
Offspring is a multi- award winning contemporary drama about Nina Proudman, a thirtysomething obstetrician and her fabulously messy family. Stylistically fresh and visually exciting, Offspring mixes conventional narrative drama with flashbacks and fantasy sequences, showcasing the vibrant world of Fitzroy, where Nina and her family navigate the chaos of modern life.
2011: Logie for Most Popular Drama
2012: Logie for Most Popular Actress
2013: Gold Logie For Most Popular Actress
8 x 60 mins / Drama Fantasy / Netflix (2016)
Created by Zal Batmanglij and Brit Marling
Having gone missing seven years ago, the previously blind Prairie returns home, now in her twenties with her sight restored. While many believe she is a miracle, others worry that she could be dangerous.
2 x 90 mins / Docudrama Telemovie / Endemol Shine (2016)
The series charts the highs of Peter Brock’s motor racing career and the lows of his personal life. It covers his action packed career and his association with Holden for almost 40 years including a public split involving the controversial device the Energy Polariser.
8 x 60 mins / Romantic Comedy / Playmaker media (2016)
The Wrong Girl is an Australian drama series, based on Zoe Foster Blake’s book of the same name, that first aired on Network Ten. The series follows the life of television producer Lily Woodward, as she seeks a successful romance, a dynamic career and settled family.
8 x 60 mins / Mystery Drama / Showcase (2016)
Anna Macy (played by Elizabeth Debicki) returns to her home town of Kettering, Tasmania. She left the town under a cloud 15 years earlier after her best friend Gillian disappeared. Back now, she finds that the old animosities remain. Moreover, the strange phenomena that accompanied Gillian's disappearance remain and another girl has disappeared.
AACTA Award Best Mini-series
AACTA Award Best Lead Actress
4 x 60 mins / Drama Series / Matchbox Pictures (2016)
Danny yearns to win swimming gold at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. He is taken under the wing of highly regarded coach, Frank Torma and develops a friendship/rivalry with teammate Martin Taylor which inspires Danny to become a world record holder.
6 x 60 mins / Teen Drama / Ambience Entertainment (2016)
A group of teenagers return from a camping trip to find themselves in the middle of an unexpected war. Among only a few Australians still free, they must learn to defend themselves against the hostile invaders.
1 x 30 mins / Comedy / SBS (2016)
Created by Benjamin Law
There's the rules, then there's the Laws. Based on the best-selling book by Benjamin Law, The Family Law is a drama-comedy series following everyone's favourite almost-functional Asian Australian family.
13 x 30 mins / Teen Drama / Werner Films and Blackfella Films (2015)
The series follows five Indigenous kids venturing a long way from home to the city to pursue their dreams in sport, music and academia. For some it’s the opportunity of a lifetime, for others it’s a last chance. For all of them, family is the last thing they expect to find.
AACTA Award Best Children’s Television Series
6 x 60 mins / Drama Series / Endemol Australia (2015)
A grand, complex love story. It's also an engaging contemporary re-imagining of the greatest tragic romance of all time, Tolstoy's Anna Karenina. But The Beautiful Lie is more than a great love story. It's a sprawling saga of adultery, scandal, manners and mayhem — about the fates of three enmeshed families across three generations.
2 x 90 mins / Docudrama Telemovie / FremantleMedia (2015)
Twenty-eight-year-old Mary Donaldson has all but given up on love when one night she goes to the pub and meets a prince. But falling in love is the easy part, compared to what it takes for an Australian girl to become the future Crown Princess of Denmark.
6 x 1 hour drama series / ABC (2015)
When Senior Constable James Hayes, a police officer in the small town of Yoorana, is called out to the local cemetery in the middle of the night, he makes a discovery that turns his world upside down. Six people have inexplicably risen from the dead in perfect health.
AACTA Award Best Television Drama Series
AACTA Award Best Original Music Score in Television
2 x 90 mins / Docudrama Telemovie / Seven Network (2015)
The two part mini-series tells the remarkable story of Peter Allen's rise from country New South Wales to the Hollywood Hills, becoming part of American royalty along the way.
ACCTA Award for best Mini-series
Logie Award for most outstanding newcomer
6 x 30 mins / Comedy / ABC (2015)
Simon Chan has returned to Cabramatta. Whilst everyone thinks he was studying martial arts in Beijing, he was actually at Marshall's Art School, in Melbourne. Everyone thinks he is a kung fu master and the new saviour of their town.
Mini-series / Foxtel Showcase (2015)
Three journalists, Charles Bean, Ellis Ashmead Bartlett and Phillip Schuler, arrive at Gallipoli with the invading British and Allied troops in 1915. They will report the war but are prevented from getting out the true story of an unfolding disaster. From encampment in Cairo to Anzac Cove to the evacuation, this is the story of journalists who will not accept that truth be the first casualty. This is the story of the men who will not shut up. The actions of these men will help change the course of the campaign, ensure that a strategic disaster becomes a legend of human heroism, and leave an impregnable mark on each of their lives.
AACTA Award for Best Cinematography in Television
AACTA Award for Best Sound in Television
8 x 60 min / Adult Drama / for ABC (2015)
Written by Matt Ford, Hiding is a series about a Gold Coast criminal who, with his dysfunctional family, enters witness protection, suddenly finding himself in a strange city with a new identity, posing as a psychology academic. It's warm, funny and scary, sometimes all at once.
6 x 60 mins / Drama / Network Ten (2014)
Created by Michael Lucas
Two candidates for state premier go head to head in their battle for victory. However their past intimate relationship creates concern for a scandal.
6 x 60 min eps / Drama / for Foxtel (Showcase) (2014)
The year is 1988. It is 35 years after the events of Fred Schepisi’s classic film, The Devil’s Playground. Tom Allen, now in his 40s and recently widowed, is a respected Sydney psychiatrist and father of two children. A practising Catholic, Tom accepts an offer by the Bishop of Sydney to become a counsellor of priests. During these sessions, he will uncover a scandal and become embroiled in the Church’s attempts to cover it up. Tom’s quest for justice will push him to his limits, and reveal a side of Church power and official corruption he could never have imagined.
Starring: Simon Burke, John Noble, Don Hany, Jack Thompson and Toni Collette.
Directors: Rachel Ward and Tony Krawitz
2014: Best Telefeature or Mini Series at 4TH AACTA Awards