Bad Baby Amy,  HARVEY as voiced by William McInnes

Bad Baby Amy, HARVEY as voiced by William McInnes


In addition to screenplays for each of my own films, I have written for animation, children’s television, docu-drama, factual and for broadcaster ident.

Clients and Investors

ABC TV Factual Entertainment, Anthony Lucas, Australian Film Commission, BBC2, Binnaburra Films, Bundanon Trust, Channel Four Wales
Curious Films, Foxtel, Great Southern Television, New Zealand Film Commission, SBS Independent, Screen NSW, Western Sydney University
Writing and Society Research Centre, Varuna Writer’s House, ZDF/Arté, ZSpace.

Commissioned Screenplays

Coast Australia Series 1 and 2 (2013, 2014)
Writer Miro Bilbrough
Produced by Great Southern Television for Foxtel and BBC2

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COAST AUSTRALIA miro Bilbrough

Mid-wife and Architect (2007)
Two idents for ABC’s brand relaunch
Writer Miro Bilbrough
Producer Nicky Marshal for ZSpace

Bad Baby Amy (2001)
13”, animation in the style of an Australian folk tale, commissioned by S4C Wales and SBSi Australia in 2000 as one of the twenty-six Animated Tales of the World.
Writer Miro Bilbrough
Director of Animation Anthony Lucas
Producer Anthony Lucas
Nominated BAFTA Children’s Film and Television Awards for Best Animation 2001
Nominated AFI for Best Animation 2002

Bad Baby Amy

Bad Baby Amy

The Fifth Continent (1998)
59”, docu-drama
The Fifth Continent is a passionate and personal story of six different European émigrés who travel to Australia to realise their hopes and dreams.
Co-writer Miro Bilbrough
Writer-director Steven Salgo
Producer Steven Salgo, ABC TV Factual Entertainment
Commissioned by ABC Television
Shortlisted NSW Premier’s Scriptwriting Award 1998

Kooni Laki (1997)
4", children's music video
Set to a Greek folk tune, the film featured in the world music series for children, Babble On, commissioned by SBS Television.
Writer-director Miro Bilbrough
Producer Amanda Duthie
Screened: Flickerfest Film Festival 1999

Car Crash  (1995) 
48”, docu-drama
‘David Caesar's documentary Car Crash (1996) considers Australians' obsession with the motorcar and our ambivalence towards motor vehicle accidentsAs several interviewees relate their heroic tales about surviving car accidents, it is clear these drivers feel powerless in a society dominated by the constraints of domesticity and work. Cars give these drivers the illusion of power and freedom, and for this they are willing to risk violent death.’
Catherine Simpson 

Co-writer Miro Bilbrough
Writer-director David Caesar
Producer Glenys Rowe of Binnaburra Films
Commissioned by ABC Television
National theatrical release
Shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Scriptwriting Award 1995