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Screentime, Netflix, ABC & SAFC announce new production for 2017
14 September 2017
Screentime, a Banijay Group company, has been commissioned by Netflix and the ABC to produce a six hour drama series entitled PINE GAP. Created by showrunner Greg Haddrick and co-writer Felicity Packard, the international political thriller is set in and around the enigmatic US/Australia joint defence facility situated in central Australia.
With major support from the South Australian Film Corporation and the South Australian State Government, PINE GAP will commence pre-production in Adelaide in November and will film across multiple locations in South Australia and the Northern Territory in 2018.
The series will be produced by Lisa Scott and Felicity Packard, and executive produced by Screentime’s Bob Campbell, Rory Callaghan and Greg Haddrick, and the ABC’s Sally Riley and Kym Goldsworthy.
The South Australian Film Corporation’s CEO Annabelle Sheehan said: “”SAFC welcomes the opportunities which come with a series of this calibre including further developing our amazing South Australian crew. PINE GAP strengthens the relationship between South Australia and the massive Netflix audience projecting our State around the world. SAFC is also so pleased to have Screentime stay on in South Australia transitioning from post-production on Wolf Creek Series 2 into PINE GAP pre-production and shoot.”
Read the full release here.