Geeta is a moving story of one womanʼs mission to provide a better future for her daughters after they, along with Geeta, were the victims of a horrific acid attack at the hands of an unlikely perpetrator.
Scout was the Australian Producer for top rating TVB TV series ‘The Man Who Kills Problems’. Scout Location Managed, Facilitated, Cast Australian Actors as well as worked on Australian Visas for all cast and crew coming from Hong Kong. The Man Who Kills Problems was filmed in around Melbourne.
Working with Squarebox Cinetech and Red Bull Indonesia we produced the Red Bull Challenge Episode 02: Shark Dive, shot off the coast of Port Lincoln SA. Working with a small Indonesian crew and pulling together local Australian crew we shot this over four days.
Scout was Australian Producer and production company for the Chinese production of the feature film Li Na: My Life. Scout initially did all the location scouting for the film and was pivotal to the decision to use Australia as a setting for the foreign scenes.
A spectacular social event celebrating lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender diverse and intersex elders. The Coming Back out Ball is a night of cultural significance in which the broader community can sit along side our LGBTI+ elders to eat, drink, dance, reminisce and dream together into the future.
Global Cheffing – Living Foodz, India. Go on an intriguing culinary journey to discover centuries-old recipes and classic favourites.
TV CREDITS INCLUDE: UNTITLED CAMERON DALLAS, PROJECT (NETFLIX – USA), OFFSPRING, TANGLE, RUSH, TIME OF OUR LIVES, LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT, CSI: NEW YORK, GLOBAL CHEFFING (INDIA), COOK MAN (CHINA)
We had the pleasure of catching up with our friends and colleagues at the TVB Studios in Hong Kong. We worked with TVB on the television show The Man that Kills Troubles while it was being shot in Melbourne.
Scout worked with Momentum Singapore to produce and film the Canon EOS R Mirrorless Camera Commercial. Shot in various locations across Melbourne and Victoria.
DHL Germany wanted to create a web video for the competition ‘Worlds Best Roads 2017- Great Ocean Road’ featuring Mark Webber. Scout facilitated the shoot and worked alongside DHL to produce the clip: featuring locations along the Great Ocean Road, the Otway Ranges and the 12 Apostles.
Shooting the 6th of the 12 Natural Wonders Series, Scout worked with photographer Paul Giggle to highlight some of the culture and traditions in Japan through his photographs. We carefully researched locations in and around Tokyo that would suit his ideas and worked with some of Japans top model agencies to find suitable models for each photograph.
The Rise of a Tomboy is a 2016 Chinese romantic comedy film directed by Guo Dalei and starring Zhao Liying and Hans Zhang.
A Journey Through Time with Anthony was adapted from the wildly popular blog by Ma Liang. The film tells the story of a Chinese student coming to Melbourne to study at university. Filmed in Melbourne, the production was a collaboration between both Chinese and Australian cast and crew.