Screen Australia is investing over $9 million to fund for five films, five television series and two online series.
“Richard is renowned for his dedication to fostering the development of individuals and businesses at all levels of the industry."
The production reunites the creative behind 2015 feature Pawno.
Production will begin in South Australia and Western Australia in October.
Sheilas showcases the tales of four daring, pioneering, tough-titted ladies.
Each team has addressed a range of universal female issues, ranging from body hair to gender parity.
Bad Mothers is produced by Jungle and will commence filming in October 2018 in Melbourne.
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Brealey brings over 20 years of experience in the media sector.
'The proposed development guidelines represent a seismic shift for early career creators.'
• Production companies involved include Princess Pictures, Lingo Pictures and Screentime
eOne will distribute the film in Australia and New Zealand.
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