Simon Chapman (Cinematographer) Joins The Fleming Agency

Simon Chapman

Award Winning Cinematographer Simon Chapman joined The Fleming Agency. Simon recently completed shooting Cut Snake for Matchbox Pictures and will soon commence filming The Devils Candy in the USA collaborating again with Sean Byrne (The Loved Ones) – also with The Fleming Agency. Simon’s other recent work includes Nowhere Boys (Matchbox Pictures/ NBC Universal for the ABC).

Peter Crombie edits the film The Outlaw Michael Howe

the-outlaw-michael-howePeter Crombie recently completed editing The Outlaw Michael Howe (Dir: Brendan Cowell).


ABC, 1 December 2013.


1814. Van Diemen’s Land, the notorious British penal colony, has dissolved into chaos. Outlaws roaming the wilderness have pushed the colonial government to breaking point.
Driven by a deep sense of loyalty and an unquenchable hatred towards those he once served, English convict Michael Howe and a young aboriginal girl turn a desperate band of convicts, deserters and bushmen into a fearsome guerrilla army and lead them in open rebellion against the brutal, corrupt establishment.

As the British hunt the outlaws, Howe remains an elusive prize. In desperation, the Governor makes the capture of Howe’s pregnant girl his priority.

An epic story of love and betrayal, The Outlaw Michael Howe chronicles the astonishing true story of the man who pushed Australia to the brink of civil war.

Multiple projects for Shaun Grant

Shaun-Grant-profileShaun Grant is currently writing multiple projects; Gallipoli (Matchbox/Full Clip Productions – Foxtel), Jasper Jones (Porchlight Films), Berlin Syndrome (Aquarius Films) and a feature for See-Saw Films.

Shaun Grant’s chilling debut feature film, Snowtown was released in 2011 and saw him win the AACTA Award for Best Adapted Screenplay in 2012. Produced by Anna McLeish and Sarah Shaw, Snowtown was Warp Film Australia’s first feature release and has established Shaun as one of Australia’s most exciting emerging screenwriters. Screening at the BigPond Adelaide Film Festival, it won the Audience Award for Best Feature Film, and the AWGIE for Best Adapted Screenplay.

Shaun is a Melbourne based writer and graduate from RMIT with an Advanced Diploma in Creative Screenwriting. Shaun was one of four writers who wrote and developed the Drama Series Killing Time, which premiered on the FOXTEL network and screened again on the Seven Network.  In 2010 Shaun won the Greg Teppar Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Victorian Screen Industry.