Winner, Best Feature Film, 2017 Inspired by real events, Sweet Country is a period western set in the uncompromising outback of the Northern Territory, Australia…
AACTA-Award nominee Greer Simpkin produced the Ivan Sen feature Goldstone (2015) and was an Executive Producer on the Rachel Perkins feature Jasper Jones (2016). Greer is currently producing the Mystery Road drama series, based on the APSA-nominated feature of the same name from 2013, and the documentary-drama series Blue Water Empire for ABC Television, plus the independent feature documentaries Sanctuary and Beautiful Minds: The Agents of Change. Prior to joining Bunya Productions in 2015, Greer was Deputy Head of Fiction at the ABC where she was able to commission and supervise a large slate of new dramas and narrative comedies including; The Code, The Slap, Rake, The Time of Our Lives, Paper Giants, Cliffy, Jack Irish, Please Like Me, Upper Middle Bogan, It’s a Date, A Moody Christmas, Devil’s Dust and Mabo (also directed by Perkins). Greer was an Executive Producer of The Code, Hiding, Parer’sWar, Serangoon Road and The Secret River.
Previously, Greer was a Production Executive at the ABC working across many genres including drama, comedy, factual, documentary and multiplatform. Before returning to Sydney in 2002, Greer lived and worked in the UK. She was a Programme Finance Executive for Channel 4, and prior to that, Head of Production for MentornFilms (now MentornMedia).
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