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Tim is one of Australia & New Zealand’s most experienced and prolific producers. His credits include: Nadia Tass’ MALCOLM (Australian Film Institute’s Best Film 1986); SPOTSWOOD, starring Anthony Hopkins and Russell Crowe; COSI, starring Toni Collette, Ben Mendelsohn and Rachel Griffiths; DEATH IN BRUNSWICK, starring Sam Neill and John Clarke; Michael Rymer’s ANGEL BABY (AFI Best Film 1995); Vincent Ward’s MAP OF THE HUMAN HEART and Gillian Armstrong’s OSCAR & LUCINDA, starring Ralph Fiennes and Cate Blanchett.

Tim executive produced Gregor Jordan’s TWO HANDS (AFI Best Film 1999), starring Heath Ledger, Bryan Brown and Rose Byrne, before heading up Working Title Films’ Australian arm. Under this banner he executive produced NED KELLY, starring Heath Ledger, Geoffrey Rush, Orlando Bloom and Naomi Watts; and produced GETTIN’ SQUARE, starring Sam Worthington and David Wenham.

In 2005 Tim produced Toa Fraser’s NO.2, winner of the World Cinema Audience Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. He followed this with Robert Sarkies’ OUT OF THE BLUE (Best Film 2008 NZ Film Awards) and THE WARRIOR’S WAY, starring Kate Bosworth, Danny Huston and Geoffrey Rush.

In 2009 Tim produced Scott Hicks’ THE BOYS ARE BACK, starring Clive Owen. He then executive produced Julia Leigh’s SLEEPING BEAUTY , which premiered in Competition at Cannes in 2011.

In 2012 Tim executive produced MR PIP, by Andrew Adamson and starring Hugh Laurie. This was followed by Julius Avery’s debut feature, SON OF A GUN, starring Ewan McGregor, Brenton Thwaites and Alicia Vikander. He also served as executive producer on James Napier-Robertson’s debut THE DARK HORSE (Best Film 2015 NZ Film Awards) and Lee Tamahori’s MAHANA, which premiered at the 2016 Berlin Film Festival.

Most recently, Tim executed produced three feature length documentaries: HIGHLY STRUNG by Scott Hicks, EMBRACE by Taryn Brumfitt and CHASING GREAT  by Michelle Walsh and Justin Pemberton. He is currently in post-production on Matt Murphy’s PORK PIE.