Having screened at 35 international festivals, 'Passengers' has been sold by MAD Solutions (Egypt) to OSN, the biggest TV network across the Middle East and North Africa.
The 'Common Ground' team were selected to attend the Dame Changers Screen Tank development workshop at Fox Studios.
Create NSW have committed early development support for 'Common Ground'. The project is being submitted to Cinemart at the Rotterdam International Film Festival. Eve Spence is writing the first draft of the screenplay.
Randa Abdel-Fattah, Keith Thompson and David Curzon have started work on the third draft of the script for Does My Head Look Big in This? The project is continuing development under the auspices of Create NSW's 'Amplifier' program.
'Passengers' has won the best screenplay award at Kolkata ISFF. The film will be screening at MIFF in Melbourne and has also been selected for the Adelaide Film Festival in early October.
David Curzon and Simon Portus are working on their new feature film script 'Behind Closed Doors' - a dramatic multistory exploration of suburban assumptions and buried truths.
'Passengers' is out on the festival circuit after a successful screening at Flickerfest.
Screen NSW have selected 'Does My Head Look Big in This?' for their inaugural Amplifier development program, supported by Screen Australia. The program brings access to world-class advisors for individually tailored script development. Amplifier is designed to provide direct pathways to the end market, including engagement with distributors and exhibitors.