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Matchbox Pictures

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Matchbox Pictures
Subsidiary
IndustryTelevision
GenreTelevision production
Founded2008
Founders
Headquarters,
Area served
Australia
Key people
Alastair McKinnon
(Managing Director)
ServicesFilm and television program production
ParentNBC Universal International Studios
Websitematchboxpictures.com

Matchbox Pictures is a film and television production company headquartered in Sydney with production houses in Sydney, Melbourne and Singapore.[1][2] It was formed in 2008 by Tony Ayres, Penny Chapman, Helen Bowden, Michael McMahon and Helen Panckhurst. In 2011, NBCUniversal took a majority stake in Matchbox Pictures, and full ownership by January 2014.[3]

Matchbox Pictures is led by Alastair McKinnon (Managing Director), Matthew Vitins (COO), Debbie Lee (Director of Scripted Development), Penny Chapman (Producer), Helen Panckhurst (Head of Production), Michael McMahon (Producer), and Kate O'Connell (Finance Director).

Productions

Current or upcoming productions are listed in bold text.

Film

Television

     Programs with a shaded background indicate the program is still in production.

Title Network Years Notes
Anatomy ABC 2008-2013
Darwin's Lost Paradise N/A 2009 Documentary
Saved N/A 2009 Tele-movie
My Place ABC3 2009—2011
Miss South Sudan Australia ABC 2010
Leaky Boat ABC 2011
Sex: An Unnatural History SBS 2011
The Slap ABC 2011
The Straits ABC 2012
Underground: The Julian Assange Story Network Ten 2012 Tele-movie
Next Stop Hollywood ABC 2013
Camp NBC 2013
Formal Wars Seven Network 2013
Zuzu & the Supernuffs KidsCo 2013
Nowhere Boys ABC ME 2013–present
Young, Lazy and Driving Us Crazy Seven Network 2014
Old School ABC 2014
Devil's Playground showcase 2014
The Real Housewives of Melbourne Arena 2014–present
Maximum Choppage ABC2 2015
Room 101 SBS 2015
Deadline Gallipoli showcase 2015 Limited series. Co-production with Full Clip Productions
Glitch ABC 2015–present Second season co-production with Netflix[4]
The Family Law SBS 2016–present
Wanted Seven Network 2016–present Co-production with R&R Productions
Secret City showcase 2016
The Real Housewives of Auckland Bravo 2016–present
The Real Housewives of Sydney Arena 2017
Australian Spartan[5] Seven Network 2018–present
Safe Harbour SBS 2018 Post-production

References

  1. ^ Groves, Don. "Matchbox Venture into Asia". If.com.au. If. Retrieved 8 April 2015.
  2. ^ Groves, Don. "The Slap Producers Open Queensland Office". If.com.au. If. Retrieved 8 April 2015.
  3. ^ Roxborough, Scott. "NBCUniversal Takes Full Control of Australia's Matchbox Pictures". The Hollywood Reporter. The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 24 March 2015.
  4. ^ Petski, Denise (14 October 2016). "'Glitch' Gets Second Season For Global Distribution On Netflix". Deadline. Retrieved 16 October 2017.
  5. ^ Carmody, Broede (3 August 2017). "Seven Network poised to capitalise on Nine's Australian Ninja Warrior success". Sydney Morning Herald (Online). Fairfax media. Retrieved 16 October 2017.
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