AACTA Nomination for Karroyul

Fantastic news for Spear Point Productions with an AACTA short film nomination for Karroyul. http://aacta.org/winners-nominees/5th-aacta-awards.aspx

Karroyul wins at WA Screen Awards

Kelrick Martin’s debut short drama Karroyul wins best short film at the WA Screen Awards. Written by Kim Scott and Produced by Jaclyn Hewer and Melissa Kelly under the Spear Point banner. The film also won best Editing Short Form for Lawrie Silvestrin. Congratulations to all.

SPA Ones To Watch 2015 – Jaclyn Hewer

Jaclyn Hewer has been selected for Screen Producers Australia’s talent identification program Ones To Watch.  Congratulations Jac! https://screenproducersaustralia.org.au/events/ones-to-watch/

Success for Karroyul (Returning)

Thanks ScreenWest for this great news item… Mesmerising WA short Karroyul has enjoyed a warm reception in the Eastern states this month, winning Best Achievement in Indigenous Film at the St Kilda Film Festival in Melbourne on June 4 and a well-received screening at the Sydney Film Festival on June 10. Karroyul is a spiritual,…

Hot Shots

Director/ writer Corrie Jones has been selected alongside producing team Melissa Kelly and Jaclyn Hewer for Screen Australia’s Hot Shots funding with the project WHIRLPOOL. Synopsis: After Regan’s father is killed in a fire, Regan and her friend, Lucas, set out to seek retribution on the couple whom they believe are responsible for his death. …

Factor 30 Films and Spear Point Productions

Factor 30 and Spear Point Productions join forces on the short drama KARROYUL (Returning) for ABC 1. Kelrick Martin to direct and Melissa Kelly & Jac Hewer to produce.  KARROYUL (Returning) is an adaptation of the Kim Scott short story ‘A Refreshing Sleep’.

West Coast Visions Funding

Factor 30 secures West Coast Visions Production Funding on writer/ director Ben Young’s debut feature film HOUNDS OF LOVE. “West Coast Visions is unparalleled in Australia.  Designed to develop and boost the career of talented Western Australian filmmakers, the initiative provides $750,000 to make a feature film,” ScreenWest’s Rikki Bestall, A/ Chief Executive – Development…

TV Comedy Funding

Factor 30 secures development funding on TV Comedy series.

Jaclyn Hewer Joins Factor 30

After working at ScreenWest for 3 years Jac Hewer joins Factor 30 working across development and production of feature films and TV.

Feature film BLAME nominated for 2013 WA Screen Awards

An outstanding 4 nominations for Best Drama long form, Best Cinematography long form, Best Editing long form and Best Sound.  The award winning psychological thriller was shot entirely in the Roleystone area.  BLAME premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and the Melbourne International Film Festival.  http://www.blamefilm.com