Deborah Mailman had a supporting role in season 1 of the limited TV series Mystery Road starring Aaron Pedersen and Judy Davis, a spin-off from Ivan Sen's films Mystery Road (2013
Throughout her career, Deborah Mailman has had supporting roles in many Australian TV limited and mini-series including Mystery Road (2018), Tomorrow, When th
A family conference in a deserted café about what to do in the wake of the murder of two cops in which the brothers have been involved.
'Homicide' premiered on TV on 20 October 1964. Here's 10 things you didn't know about the classic crime drama.
J (James Frecheville) is travelling as a passenger in Craig’s car in the Melbourne beachside suburb of St Kilda when a couple of youths pull up beside them at traffic lights and insult them.
At the very start of the film a young man (J, played by James Frecheville) is on the couch watching a TV game show while an older woman sits slumped – apparently asleep – beside him.
Excerpt from an early 1951 episode of popular crime series D24 (1951–60), based on real files from the Victorian Police Force. Provided courtesy of Crawford Productions Pty Ltd.
TV acquisitions curator Helen Tully looks at the current and past state of Australian-produced television drama.