Crew News


November News

Boys in Trees finished shooting on Friday. A lot of very tired crew after a hectic 5 week shoot of mainly night filming.

Wolf Creek – The Television Series has begun an 8 week shoot which is keeping lots of crew nice and busy. Rod Bolton is B Camera Operator and is having lots of fun with toys – 3 x Alexis Amiras, a Red Dragon on the Roni + assorted DSLRs, GoPros and the odd drone. A quote from Rod “All going well and so far the body count is quite low…….considering”  Travis Williamson – Boom Operator says it is a lovely crew with good spirits all round. Other Adelaide Crew working on it are: Carly Maple – Production Coordinator, Erica Brien – Art Director, Amy Baker – Set Decorator, Ben Crabtree – Buyer/Set Dresser, David Wilkinson – Buyer/Set Dresser, Geoff Tarr – Standby Props,  Brad Lanyon – 1st AD, Maxx Corkindale – Focus Puller (Block 1), Bayley Broome-Peake – Clapper Loader/2nd AC, Olivia Iacobelli – Costume Supervisor, John Smith – Key Grip, Justin Van Zyl – Best Boy Grip, Graeme Shelton – Gaffer, Dave Smith - Best Boy Elex, Jen Bichard – Safety Supervisor/Unit Nurse, Josh Jaeger – Unit Manager.

The annual AACTA award nominations are out. The Industry Awards will be presented in Sydney on Monday 30th November and the acting awards Wednesday 9th December. The mini series shot here, Deadline Gallipoli , has received a few nominations including BEST SOUND TELEVISION for Des Kenneally. This is his 6th nomination in 5 years with 4 of those winners for Des. A great result and hope we see him on the stage again this year. Pete Baxter was nominated for BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN TELEVISION for Deadline but couldn’t have done it without his amazing Adelaide art department team including Geoff Tarr, Ben Crabtree and Annalisa Francesa.

If you haven’t seen Last Cab to Darwin you have missed a great film. A lot of talented Adelaide Crew people worked on it and it has received loads of nominations including a very well deserved one for the fabulous Michael Caton for BEST LEAD ACTOR FEATURE FILM.

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New to Adelaide Crew list

Sophie Matterson – Production Coordinator/Runner/2nd AD/Camera Assistant. Sophie has relocated from Queensland where she gained a broad range of experience working on TVC’s, corporates and TV including ABC3 Kids show Bushwhacked and music video for band Shepard “Let me down Easy”  and several international productions. Sophie is also credited with photographic assignments.

Jordan Edmeades – Drone Operator. Jordan is a CASA qualified drone operator and has recently completed a SA Tourism shoot booked through Adelaide Crew. The week long shoot was a two pilot job for a New Zealand production company on a TV and online advertising campaign pitching South Australia as a premier tourist destination. The shoot covered locations including Penfolds Winery, Barossa Valley, a houseboat on the Murray River and two days at Wilpena Pound in the Flinders Ranges.Jordan 5Jordan 2Jordan 1

Crew News

Mariot Kerr has wrapped work in Sydney where she has been working as Costume Designer on the Foxtel series Secret City. Mariot loved the job but is glad to be home and looking forward to working back in here in Adelaide.

Richard Reece Jones – Gaffer is still in Victoria on Hunters – a series being produced by Gale Ann Hurd for SyFy Channel. Filming at Docklands Studios and around Melbourne.

Ian Routledge has had a busy time recently. He is in demand for photography shooting a number of large advertising campaigns including MAC and Live West development along with another housing development at Blackwood. Ian then went on to Boys in Trees as  Data Wrangler and probably looking forward to catching up on some sleep!

A few little interesting jobs have been popping up – Marie-Lyne Morant – followed Julia Zemiro around town for the day keeping her hair and makeup looking good for Home Delivery series. Sue Taylor – Makeup/Hair, Will Sheridan – Sound and Andy Robertson – Gaffer all headed up to the Barossa to shoot an online launch of the Jacobs Creek sparkling wine range. Tracy Phillpot – Makeup/Hair and Will Sheridan – Sound flew over to Port Lincoln for Discovery to film Shark Week with ET.


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