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1 8 form y separately published work icon Glitch Louise Fox , Kris Mrksa , Giula Sandler , Pete McTighe , ( dir. Emma Freeman ) Australia : Matchbox Pictures , 2015-2019 8308194 2015 series - publisher film/TV science fiction

A small Australian town faces the return of the beloved dead – some recently deceased, and some long gone.

1 19 form y separately published work icon The Kettering Incident Vicki Madden , Louise Fox , Cate Shortland , Andrew Knight , Vincent Sheehan , ( dir. Rowan Woods et. al. )agent Australia : Sweet Potato Films Porchlight Films , 2015 8238559 2015 series - publisher film/TV fantasy horror

'When two girls mysteriously disappear in identical circumstances in the wilds of Tasmania 15 years apart, Doctor Anna Macy finds herself inexplicably linked to both cases. To clear her name, Anna must delve into her troubled past and face some truths about herself and the otherworldly nature of this gothic land.'

Source: Screen Australia.

1 13 form y separately published work icon Dead Europe Louise Fox , ( dir. Tony Krawitz ) Australia : See Saw Films Porchlight Films , 2012 Z1859546 2012 single work film/TV

'Isaac, a Greek Australian in his late 20s, spirals out of control when he's forced to confront his own family's cursed legacy on his first trip to Europe - with the continent's haunted past and troubled present pressing in on him.'

Source: Inside Film website

1 form y separately published work icon Camelot Louise Fox , United States of America (USA) United Kingdom (UK) : Starz GK-TV , 2011 Z1845921 2011 series - publisher film/TV fantasy historical fiction

An American and British co-production, Camelot, created by British script-writer Chris Chibnall, sought to update the legend of King Arthur for a modern audience. Though reasonably successful with both audiences and critics, it was cancelled at the end of the first season.

Four of the ten completed episodes were co-written by Australian-born script-writer Louise Fox, who began writing for television with sketch comedies Full Frontal and Fast Forward, as well as scripting (with Philip Dalkin and Esben Storm) the second series of fantasy sit-com The Genie from Down Under.

1 2 form y separately published work icon Rush Southern Star John Edwards (publisher), Christopher Lee , Todd Boland , Adam Todd , Alice Bell , Samantha Winston , Justin Monjo , Leon Ford , Jessica Redenbach , Andrew Prowse , Sam Carroll , John Ridley , Jeff Truman , Keith Thompson , Louise Fox , Tony McNamara , Kris Mrksa , Michelle Offen , John O'Brien , Tim Alexander , Shelley Birse , Kylie Needham , Steve Rodgers , Rene Zandweld , Meaghan Rodriguez , Todd Winston , David Caesar , Jonathan Gavin , Tim Dylan Lee , Vanessa Bates , Michael Boland , Ben Chessell , Raquel Stevens , ( dir. Andrew Prowse et. al. )agent 2008 Australia : Southern Star John Edwards Network Ten , 2008-2011 Z1622238 2008 series - publisher film/TV crime

'... a contemporary action drama series set in a critical incident police unit, providing an insider's view of police under pressure. Our heroes are a mobile squad trained to be smarter, tactically superior and technologically advantaged.'

Source: Australian Television website, www.australiantelevision.net (sighted 08/09/2009)

1 form y separately published work icon A Different Planet Louise Fox , ( dir. Jessica Hobbs ) Australia : Channel W , 2005 Z1367427 2005 single work film/TV
1 form y separately published work icon Fireflies John O'Brien , Jackie McKimmie , Louise Fox , Greg Waters , Keith Thompson , Christopher Lee , Jacquelin Perske , Fiona Seres , Daniel Krige , Richard Lindsell , ( dir. Rowan Woods et. al. )agent Australia : Southern Star John Edwards , 2004 Z1883494 2004 series - publisher film/TV

'Set in a small country town, FIREFLIES centres on the townspeople and its rural bushfire brigade. You can measure a township by the commitment of its people. Most of them are volunteers, from the fire brigade to the CWA. Whether you're new in town, or here for generations, when you're facing the driest hottest summer in decades, it pays to belong.'

Source: Screen Australia. (Sighted: 3/12/2013)

1 7 form y separately published work icon Love My Way Claudia Karvan , John Edwards , Jacquelin Perske , FOX8 (publisher), Channel W (publisher), Showtime (publisher), Jacquelin Perske , Tony McNamara , Marissa Cooke , Brendan Cowell , Louise Fox , Fiona Seres , Blake Ayshford , Sarah Lambert , ( dir. Jessica Hobbs et. al. )agent 2004 Sydney Australia : Southern Star John Edwards FOX8 Channel W Showtime , 2004-2007 Z1238717 2004 series - publisher film/TV

The first Australian drama series to be made specifically for pay television, Love My Way follows the lives of a group of thirty-somethings who explore issues of friendship, step-parenting, divorce, and relationships. It deals with the randomness of life and the need many of us have to carve out a place in the world.

Central to the series is Frankie Paige, who attempts to negotiate the web of contemporary relationships, juggle the priorities of family obligations, and be both successful at love and fulfilled professionally, while hoping that 'happiness' might occur if all the other things fall into place. She lives with Tom, a once-successful chef who now cooks at the local rehabilitation hospital. Just down the road in a much nicer house lives her ex-husband (and Tom's brother), Charlie. An emotionally stunted architect/surfer now married to Julia, he and Frankie still have a relationship through their daughter, Lou. Throughout the series, these principal characters are pulled and strained by desires and contradictions that appear to be part and parcel of modern life.

1 form y separately published work icon The Shapies Brendan Luno , Anthony Watt , Bob La Castra , Robert Adams , Louise Fox , Stu Connolly , Mark Traynor , Roger Moulton , Helen MacWhirter , John Moss , ( dir. Mark Traynor et. al. )agent Australia : Light Knights Entertainment , 2002 Z1883542 2002 series - publisher film/TV children's fantasy

The adventures of a group of geometric shapes that live in Zac's toybox. The first series focuses on the attempts to reunite the divided group of Shapies in the new territory of Zac's bedroom; the second series focuses on more general adventures and the Shapies' side hobby as a rock group. The program was aimed at four- to eight-year-old viewers.

The production company website makes note of a program called Shapies Jnr, which seems to be a new production, based on the original concept but aimed at a younger audience. However, no information on this second program exists outside the production company website itself.

See also the Light Knight Productions' home page for this program: http://www.lightknights.com/# (Sighted: 30/8/2012)

1 form y separately published work icon The Genie from Down Under Philip Dalkin , Louise Fox , Christine Madafferi , Steve J. Spears , Esben Storm , Jeremy Swan , Mandy Hampson , ( dir. Brendan Maher et. al. )agent Australia United Kingdom (UK) : Australian Children's Television Foundation British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Australian Broadcasting Corporation , 1996-1998 Z1845856 1996-1998 series - publisher film/TV children's fantasy humour

A young English girl, Penelope Townes, finds an opal pendant in her attic and, in playing with it, releases two Australian genies (father Bruce and son Baz). When Penelope inherits a property in Australia, the genies are delighted to be able to return home. But they are still under Penelope's control and subject to her whims–a situation complicated by Penelope's neighbour, Otto von Meister, insisting that the opal is really his by rights and by Bruce falling in love with Penelope's mother, Lady Diana.

1 3 form y separately published work icon Round the Twist Paul Jennings , Esben Storm , Ray Boseley , Louise Fox , Robert Greenberg , Christine Madafferi , Chris Anastassiades , Seven Network (publisher), ( dir. Esben Storm et. al. )agent 1990 Fitzroy Australia : Seven Network Australian Children's Television Foundation , 1989 Z1730103 1990 series - publisher film/TV children's fantasy

Tony Twist and his three children (thirteen-year-old twins Pete and Linda and nine-year-old Bronson) move to an old lighthouse on the rugged Australian coast. They soon discover that the lighthouse and the outhouse are haunted.

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