Screen Australia invests over A$3.2 million in documentaries
Screen Australia announced over A$3.2 million investment in ten documentaries, generating almost A$10 million in production. Selected from the National Documentary Programme (NDP) are 88, directed by Adrian Russell Wills, written by both Adrian Russell Wills and Michaela Perske, and produced for the ABC by Michaela Perske; as well as two-part ABC documentary Life at 9, produced by Naomi Just and executive produced by Jennifer Cummins.
Taking on the Chocolate Frog is a three-part documentary series produced for SBS Subscription Channel and STUDIO. The series comes from writer/director Debbie Cuell and producers Bob Campbell, Simon Steel and Debbie Cuell. The Waler: Australia’s Great War Horse, was written by Barry Strickland, directed by Russell Vines and produced by Marian Bartsch for ABC TV. From the General Documentary Programme (GDP) are a six-part ABC2 documentary series Crash Test Mummies and Daddies from producer/writers Judith John-Story and Claire Haywood; and the third season of the ABC’s six-part documentary series Family Confidential.
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