Producer Lois Randall and DOP Brendan Lavelle on set of  The Gods of Wheat Street

Producer Lois Randall and DOP Brendan Lavelle on set of The Gods of Wheat Street

Magpie Pictures is a boutique Australian screen production company committed to telling original stories on screen. Established in 2014 by Producer Lois Randall, the company has offices in Brisbane QLD and Lennox Head NSW.


LOIS RANDALL - Selected Screen Credits

Grace Beside Me
Executive Producer/Producer  - 13 x 1/2 hour children's television drama series adapted from the novel by Sue McPherson, a Magpie Pictures production, co-commissioned by National Indigenous Television Australia (NITV) and ABC ME, broadcast 2018.

Deadlock
Executive Producer - 5 x 12 minute web drama series written/directed by Billie Pleffer, an Every Cloud Production, commissioned by ABC iView,  broadcast 2018.

Last Drinks at Frida's
Producer - 12 minute short film written by Kodie Bedford and directed by Bjorn Stewart, A Magpie Pictures production, developed and produced with support from Indigenous Department of Screen Australia and ABC TV, premiered Sydney Film Festival 2017, selected for Flickerfest 2017 and ImagineNative Toronto 2017,  broadcast ABC TV 2018.

Nan And A Whole Lot Of Trouble
Producer - 11 minute short film written by Sue McPherson and directed by Dena Curtis, a Magpie Pictures production, developed and produced through The Exchange program of Screen Australia and ABC TV for broadcast 2016, selected for Flickerfest 2016 and ImagineNative Toronto 2016.

The Gods of Wheat Street
Producer - 6 x 1 hour television drama series created/written by Jon Bell, an Every Cloud Production, commissioned by Indigenous department ABC TV, broadcast ABC TV 2014.

East of Everything Series 2
Line Producer - 7 x 1 hour television drama created by Deb Cox and Roger Monk, produced by Fiona Eagger, broadcast ABC TV 2009.

East of Everything Series 1
Production Manager - 6 x 1 hour drama, broadcast ABC TV 2008.

The New Boots
Producer - Short drama by Tristan Bancks, screened Cork Film Festival Ireland, Sydney Film Festival 2004, London Australian Film Festival 2005.

Air
Producer - animated short drama by Tim Adlide, broadcast SBS 2002 (Home Movies series), Highly Commended Dendy Awards, Sydney Film Festival 2002.

Solarmax
Production Manager - Large format science feature by John Weiley, collaboration with NASA and ESA and funded by National Science Foundation USA. Locations included the Arctic Circle, Poland, USA, UK, Alaska, Bolivia and Peru. Screened as permanent exhibition in Smithsonian Imax Centre and Science museums internationally from 2001.

With extensive experience in screen and arts industry production and management, including working at a national and state level, Lois also provides consultancy services to government and industry agencies and companies.

 

For more information:
http://www.loisrandall.com.au