Two-time Emmy-nominated writer-director Sally Aitken (“Walking With The Shark”) and producer and media director Alan Jack (“Lindy Chamberlain: A True Story”) present SAM content .
The Sydney-based just manufacturing company will develop and produce various forms of unscripted and written tasks for the home platform and global markets.
They opened the doors with 4 film and TV exhibits with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Display Enterprise.
Working with Cass Avery and Daniel Story of Augusto Leisure, they took on the Wiggles Untitled Challenge and were funded by Federal Display screen Company Display screen Australia. The Wiggles is a profitable children’s music group that has been on the scene for 30 years and has been featured on every TV and movie.
SAM could prepare for “The Secret Enterprise of the Unimaginable Human Replica,” an SBS documentary about investigative journalist Sarah Dingle who discovers her mom has been impregnated with unnamed donor sperm at age 27 . It also features Australian Display Assist.
Also get ready: Architectural sequences; feature-length music documentaries. More missions will be rolled out in the coming months.
Aitken’s “Involvement with Sharks” has been nominated for a 2022 Emmy Award for Information and Documentary. The 2021 Sundance Film Pageant tells the story of maverick conservationist Valerie Taylor and her love story with the ocean’s scariest predator. Aitken’s debut feature, Cinematic Life, was among the official entrants at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. Different major credits include Shark by the Sea with Chris Hemsworth (2021); Pacific: The Captain Wakes Up Preparing Dinner with Sam Neill (2019); and 2015’s “Getting Frank Gehry” .
Jack has developed and produced documentaries of all genres for many of the world’s major broadcasters and distributors with ABC, SBS, BBC, Nationwide Geographic, Arte, PBS, Curiosity Stream and Discovery. She directed global co-productions and provided the app equivalents of “Pacific: Captain Wakes Up for Dinner with Sam Neill” and “Slim and Me”; “Myriam Margolis: Almost Aussie”; and ” the inhabited universe”.
“We are delighted to have a dynamic new house to satisfy our various pursuits and curiosities, and to persevere in developing our portfolio of documentary and theatrical assignments with like-minded creators,” said Aitken and Jack. “With so many tasks in the pipeline, and more growth and creativity, our doors are open to skilled and rising filmmakers to welcome them back and welcome SAM, a confident, Where bold concepts and lots of humor make for great stories.”