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Archive for May, 2011


A feature screenplay based on true events.

Two couples, two kids, living in one little P&O house by the lagoon. The golden summer of 1950 in Manly was a POST-WAR tragedy waiting to happen, but what did happen, and who carries the blame?

And what if some secrets are better left alone?

Palm Avenue

Sisters catch the Manly ferry

Bel Air Dream House


A black comedy TV series of half hour episodes about Mental Health.

Video coming soon.


“Reflections on Manly Pool” had its first SELL OUT screening at Manly Fisho’s on 10 January 2012. The event was held as a fundraiser for two local environmental groups, Eco Divers and Two Hands Project. As people were queueing around the block, a second screening will be held in late February or early March, venue to be advised.

This documentary tells the ongoing saga of Manly’s “Wonder Pool”, created in 1931 by The Port Jackson & Manly Steamship Company Ltd. and destroyed during a massive storm in 1974.

The golden years of “The Lido of the South” are recreated using delightful archival footage and interviews with local citizens. Planning possibilities for today’s highly prized Manly Cove West are canvassed: regenerate, rebuild or regret?

We visit the big issues: public vs private access, harbour views and the survival of species. We meet Angelika, trying to save the endangered Little Penguin colony, and Dave, wanting to recreate the magnificent pool and boardwalk as a protective framework for creating a world-class pristine aquatic environment. What does the future hold for the Cove?

Reflections on Manly Pool sell out crowd

A sellout crowd of locals packed into the Fishos.