Screentime, a Banijay company, is a specialist television production company with an outstanding list of productions. Their award-winning and celebrated dramas include six series of Underbelly, the mini series’ Janet King, Fat Tony & Co and ANZAC Girls, as well as The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant, Society Murders, Jessica, My Husband My Killer, A Model Daughter: The Killing of Caroline Byrne, Breakers, MDA, Crownies, Brothers In Arms and the critically acclaimed Tim Winton’s Cloudstreet. In 2016, the television series Wolf Creek premiered on Stan to critical acclaim, and The Secret Daughter was a rating success for Channel 7.
With a strong heritage in light entertainment and factual production, Screentime produced the observational documentary series Outback Coroner for FOXTEL, two series of Village Vets for the Lifestyle Channel, RBT for the NINE Network, the observational documentary series Taking on the Chocolate Frog for STUDIO, Undressed for SBS and Flying Miners, Outback ER, two series of Stop Laughing… this is serious, How Not to Behave, Todd Sampson’s Life on the Line and Anh’s Brush with Fame for ABC TV. Screentime currently has a number of projects in development and production including Pine Gap and Making Child Prodigies for ABC, Date Night and Eat Well For Less for Nine, and Hughesy, We Have A Problem for TEN.