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Tim White

Timothy White is one of Australia & New Zealand’s most experienced producers. He is a graduate of University of Canterbury’s School of Fine Arts.  His credits include: Nadia Tass’ MALCOLM(AFI Best Film 1986); SPOTSWOOD, starring Anthony Hopkins and Russell Crowe; COSI, starring Toni Collette and Rachel Griffiths; Michael Rymer’s ANGEL BABY (AFI Best Film 1995); DEATH IN BRUNSWICKstarring Sam Neil; Vincent Ward’s MAP OF THE HUMAN HEART and Gillian Armstrong’s OSCAR AND LUCINDA, starring Ralph Fiennes and Cate Blanchett.
Timothy executive produced Gregor Jordan’s TWO HANDS  (AFI Best Film 1999), starring Heath Ledger and Bryan Brown, 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. He also produced GETTIN’ SQUAREstarring Sam Worthington and David Wenham.
In 2005 he produced Toa Fraser’s NO2. The film won the World Cinema Audience Prize at The Sundance Film Festival. This was followed by 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 Timothy 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.

More recent work includes: executive producer on MR PIP, an adaptation of the Booker short-listed novel, directed by Andrew Adamson and starring  Hugh Laurie; producer on Julius Avery’s debut feature SON OF A GUN starring Ewan McGregor and Alicia Vikander; executive producer on James Napier Robertson’s debut THE DARK HORSE; and executive producer on Robert Sarkies’ award winning tele-feature, CONSENT.

As producer, Timothy has just finished post production on Grant Sputore’s sci fi film, I AM MOTHER, starring Hilary Swank and Rose Byrne and is currently in pre-production of the BBC commissioned adaptation of Eleanor Catton’s novel THE LUMINARIES, starring Eva Green, Eve Hewson and Marton Csokas.