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FILMOGRAPHY

2017 

SAFE HARBOUR (IN pre-production)

4 x 1 hour MINI-SERIES (SBS / MATCHBOX / NBCUniVERSAL)

DIRECTED by GLENDYN IVIN

Written by Belinda Chayko, Produced by Stephen Corvini.

 

2016 

THE SEVEN TYPES OF AMBIGUITY (ON AIR 2017)

SET UP / DIRECTOR | EPISODES 01, 02 (ABC / MATCHBOX / NBCUNIVERSAL)

Six part mini series based on Elliot Pearlman's best selling novel of the same name. Starring Hugo Weaving, Alex Dimitriades, Susie Porter, Anthony Hayes, Leeanna Walsman and Xavier Samuels

Written by Jacquelin Perske, Produced by Amanda Higgs and Tony Ayres.

★★★★★ THE AUSTRALIAN

"NOTHING SHORT OF STUNNING" THE AGE

"MUST SEE TELEVISION" SYDNEY MORNING HERALD


 

NOMINATED for 9 AACTA AWARDS including Best Televison Drama 2016

"THE BEAUTIFUL LIE IS about as good at TV gets right now" THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

"IT IS SO CRISP IN THE EXECUTION AND SO HONEST IN IT'S EMOTIONS - WILDLY PASSIONATE, REFLECTIVE, REGRETFUL, INTENSELY DRIVEN - THAT IT IS DIFFICULT TO LOOK AWAY FROM" THE AGE

"THE SEXIEST SERIES OF THE YEAR" HERALD SUN



Gallipoli 

DIRECTED by GLENDYN IVIN

Critically acclaimed 8 x 1 hour drama produced to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the WW1 Gallipoli landings. Starring, Kodi Smith-McPhee

Written by Christopher Lee, Produced by John Edwards, Robert Connolly and Imogen Banks. 

"BENCHMARK TELEVISION" The Sydney Morning Herald

"A MEDITATION ON THE POETRY OF HORROR" The Guardian

Two young brothers face the brutality of war when they are sent to fight in the Gallipoli campaign during the First World War.

As dawn breaks on April 25, 1915, Anzac troops go into battle on the beaches of the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey. Although they fight heroically in a chaotic and confusing battle, the landing is ultimately a disaster. It will be the start of an eight-month stalemate where thousands will lose their lives.

Three years in the making and screening over eight hours, Gallipoli is the definitive dramatisation of the battles that shaped the ANZAC legend.


2013-14

PUBERTY BLUES Series 1 & 2

SET UP / DIRECTOR | EPISODES 101, 103, 105, 106 / 201, 202, 207, 208, 209 (TEN / SHINE ENDERMOL)

Based on the book by Gabrielle Carey and Kathy Lette

Written by Tony McNamara and Alice Bell, Produced by John Edwards and Imogen Banks. 

WINNER Best Televison Drama 2013 AACTA AWARDS

"...DISTURBINGLY ILLUMINATES A CULTURE OF ADOLESCENCE THAT SEEMS NOT SO MUCH DATED AS DISTRESSINGLY CONTEMPORARY" THE AUSTRALIAN

"FLAWLESS!" HERALD SUN


2012

BEACONSFIELD

DIRECTED by GLENDYN IVIN

Telemovie chronicling the 2009 Tasmanian Mining Distaster

Written by Judy McCrossin, Produced by John Edwards and Jane Liscombe. 

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WINNER BEST DIRECTION, TELEMOVIE 2012 ADG AWARDS

NOMINATED BEST TELEMOVIE 2012 AACTA AWARDS

"A COMPELLING DISPATCH FROM THAT NO-MANS LAND BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH... IT'S COMPLEX AND INSIGHTFUL FILMMAKING" THE AUSTRALIAN



2011

OFFSPRING

DIRECTOR | Series 1 EPISODES 105, 106

 


2009

LAST RIDE

DIRECTED by GLENDYN IVIN

Feature film starring Hugo Weaving and Tom Russell.

Written by Mac Gudgeon, Produced by Nick Cole and Antonia Barnard.

"A masterpiece." Roger Ebert

WHEN HIS FATHER BUNDLES HIM INTO THE CAR IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT, TEN-YEAR-OLD CHOOK KNOWS SOMETHING IS WRONG.

As the two escape into the desert facing an unknown future, their troubled relationship and the need to survive sees them battling the elements and each other.

Both beautiful and harsh, Last Ride is a journey of heartbreak and hope. Hugo Weaving delivers a career-defining performance alongside newcomer Tom Russell. As Kev and Chook they reveal a complex and moving relationship in which friendship, betrayal, loyalty and love is portrayed with a raw and poetic urgency.

In taking the story from script to screen, Ivin sought to capture a sense of the experience of Kev and Chook by assembling a small crew and making a similar trip themselves. The six week shoot saw the cast and crew navigate over 5000kms of rough and remote country, allowing the journey to fuel the team's desire to capture the ever-changing landscape and the drama of the characters deepening predicament with a stunning yet truthful realism. 

Last Ride's tension slowly burns to a powerful and redemptive climax. In the isolation and beauty of the desert, the shifting bonds between father and son proves that love runs deep.


2003

Cracker Bag

WRITTEN and DIRECTED by GLENDYN IVIN

WINNER PALMe D'OR SHORT FILM CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2003

Eddie spends her pocket money obsessively hoarding fireworks and carefully planning for cracker night. When it finally it arrives, Eddie and her family head to the local football oval. In the frosty air Eddie lights the fuse of her first crackerand experiences a pivotal moment, one of the seemingly small experiences of childhood, that affects us for the rest of our lives. Set in the 1980s, Cracker Bag is a gentle suburban observation which subtly reflects a disenchanting prelude to the coming of age. 


1998

NEVERLAND

WRITTEN and DIRECTED by GLENDYN IVIN

Student documentary short about inner city bicycle couriers.

For Ron, 31, the freedom of the bicycle courier lifestyle has meant he’s never had to grow up. Eli, also 31, has stability through couriering, although he misses the punk lifestyle of his youth. Things are changing for them both.

Through accessing the subculture of inner-city bicycle couriers, Neverland explores the story of two ‘boys’, confronting the encroachment of adulthood.