Over the past ten years, we have developed a bank of unashamedly commercial properties that retain an inherent depth. Working with international script consultants to hone these screenplays, we’ve elicited interest from established companies (now our partners).

We can now bring them to the screen – with your help.

  • 1999

    Script to Screen opens a film & TV studio in Sydney, Launchpad Filmmakers Centre. The studio hosts a score of production companies, and produces several films.

    Launchpad closes in 2002 in order for us to develop and produce our own projects.

  • 2001

    Script to Screen produces Tragic Love, awarded at Tropfest, the world’s biggest short film festival.

  • 2002

    Paul Andersen wins the Australian Writers Guild (AWGIE) award for best original drama Night Swimming, a feature-length play commissioned by ABC radio.

  • 2006

    The Visitor is financed by Screen Australia. The film goes on to have its World Premiere at MIFF the following year, and wins multiple awards across the globe.

  • 2007

    Script to Screen produces a commercial for GetUp! that wins a national award at a gala event at the Sydney Opera House. The spot, co-created with Adrian Elton, screens nationally on TV and in cinemas.

  • 2007

    Script to Screen’s production Happy Accident wins production financing from Coca-Cola. The short comedy maxes the online ratings and is the hit of the Los Angeles Comedy Festival.

  • 2007

    Paul Andersen wins a place at prestigious Accelerator director’s lab at MIFF. Fellow attendees include Nash Edgerton (The Square), David Michôd (Animal Kingdom), Sophie Hyde (52 Tuesdays), Leon Ford (Griff the Invisible), Sean Byrne (The Loved Ones), Grant Scicluna (Downriver), Kasimir Burgess (Fell), and Adam Arkapaw (cinematographer on True Detective).

  • 2008

    Paul Andersen produces a short comedy Imaginary Friend in New York City, post-producing in LA and at Skywalker Ranch.

    Paul also options his first feature screenplay, My Family and Other Strangers.

  • 2014

    Producer Bill Leimbach (Beneath Hill 60) headhunts Paul to direct Departure Lounge, a short romantic comedy set in a Queensland airport. The film goes on to win Best Comedy short in the popular vote in the Australian Academy Awards.

    Paul signs with top agency Catherine Poulton Management, in the creator’s division.

  • 2015

    Paul Andersen and Tom Reed are selected from over 550 writing teams for Screen Australia & FremantleMedia’s inaugural Blue Sky initiative, working with mentor John Yorke (Wolf Hall). Our high-concept TV drama is optioned by FremantleMedia (Wentworth, Neighbours, The X Factor).

    Paul also options feature comedy Good Grief to renowned production company Ruby Entertainment (Crackerjack).

  • 2015

    Paul wins a place at the prestigious éQuinoxe script lab (Paris’s answer to Sundance) to develop his romantic comedy. Mentors include Matthew Robbins, who wrote Steven Spielberg’s 2nd feature and is Guillermo del Toro’s writing partner. Past participants include Rolf de Heer (Bad Boy Bubby) & Alison Tilson (Japanese Story).

    PIC (L to R): Noëlle Deschamps (éQuinoxe), and mentors Matthew Robbins, David Keating, and Jeannine Dominy.

Work with us
Share in net profits - Achieve a credit as Executive Producer - Attend wrap party - Celebrate at the red carpet premiere - Visit location - Meet the stars - Score bragging rights - Join the next wave of Australian production - Be part of our success story

If you qualify as a professional or sophisticated investor, you can to become an executive producer and a key player in the future of the film & TV industry.

We are currently financing our next project Newcomers – combining private investment, television license fees, and the Producer’s Offset tax rebate.

Register your interest today. If you’re eligible, you’ll receive an exclusive Information Memorandum detailing this opportunity. Or keep in touch to hear about our slate of other projects – coming soon to a screen near you.

“Industry revenue will increase at an annualised 2.3%

over the five years through 2020-21, to reach

$2.9 billion.”


Source: IBISWorld report, July 2015 / *MPDAA

Industry revenue 2015-16 ($M)
Industry profit 2015-16 ($M)
Projected revenue 2020-21 ($M)
Gross box office 2015* ($M)

The public has an appetite for anything about imagination –

anything that is as far away from reality as is creatively possible.


All great achievements require time.


The only safe thing is to take a chance.

A comedy series about a naïve government worker who tries her best to help a family of alien refugees fit into their new lives in Australia.
An online thriller about a teenage girl who is stalked by a shape-shifting killer that can take on the form of anybody it touches.
The Devil's in the Details
A feature comedy about a small Aussie town’s only metal band that summons Satan, unknowingly derailing the Devil’s plans for Armageddon, and have just 18 hours to get him to the end of the world on time.