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‘Flames’ to be adapted for screen

22 October 2020

Flames, the debut novel by Robbie Arnott (Text), will be developed into a six-part television series with Tasmanian government funding of $20,000. The project, which will be produced by Jungle...

‘Dark Emu’ to be adapted for TV documentary series

18 October 2019

Bruce Pascoe’s book Dark Emu (Magabala) will be adapted as a television documentary series by Blackfella Films, a Sydney-based documentary production company founded by Rachel Perkins. Screen Australia has announced...

‘Too Much Lip’ optioned for screen adaptation

1 August 2019

Melissa Lucashenko’s Miles Franklin Literary Award-winning novel Too Much Lip (UQP) has been optioned for screen by production company Cenozoic Pictures. The deal, which was negotiated by Lucashenko’s agent Alex...

‘Birth of the Plantagenets’ series optioned for screen

4 September 2018

Five historical novels in Blanche d'Alpuget's ‘Birth of the Plantagenets’ series (Ventura) have been optioned for television/film by Ironbark Media. Rights were sold via Jeanne Ryckmans at the Cameron Creswell...

Screen rights to ‘The Nowhere Child’ acquired

22 August 2018

Australian production company Carver Films and US-based production company Anonymous Content have acquired screen rights to Christian White’s debut thriller The Nowhere Child (Affirm). Carver Films is known for producing...