Dan Lee's Latest

Dan’s work on ALL THESE CREATURES has been further rewarded this week with the short film directed by Charles Williams picking up best short film at the 2018 AACTA Awards. The film continues a dizzying run of festival entries around the world. Dan’s latest commercial is for Asahi and was directed by Marco Prestini from In The Thicket for The Monkeys Melbourne. The film takes audiences on a journey where imagination is not bound by reality - a world of giant squids, robot geisha, fierce warriors and loyal salary men.  


Editor Tim Parrington Latest

Tim Parrington has been out of sight for a while, editing an ABC comedy series titled ‘Superwog’. Princess Pictures has produced the ABC’s first YouTube collaboration, and created a six part comedy series Directed by Theodore Saidden, starring Theodore and his brother Nathan. The series revolves around the adventures of a highly dysfunctional family as they try to navigate their life in Australian suburbia, and follows on from a highly successful Youtube presence developed by the Saiddens over a number of years. Tim will be back to commercials, and rearing to go from mid October, coinciding with the release of the series simultaneously on ABC and YouTube.

Palme d'Or for 'All These Creatures'

Dan Lee's work on Charles Williams' short film All These Creatures has been heavily rewarded with the film winning top honours at the Cannes Film Festival for 2018.  The film has won the Palme D'or en court metrage, and has recently been nominated for the AACTA awards for 2018 for best short film.  Meanwhile Williams' film continues to be gaining berths at other prestigious festivals around the world.

Angel of Mine feature

Jack Hutchings has begun cutting a film with director Kim Farrant, starring Noomi Rapace and Yvonne Strahovski.  The film titled 'Angel of Mine' is a psychological thriller about a woman grieving the death of her daughter who loses grip on reality when she begins to think her girl may still be alive.  The film was written by Luke Davies ('Lion', 'Candy') is based on a french film from the 1990's.