Alan Madden

Alan Madden

Director, Producer and Screenwriter

Melbourne, Australia

Member Since:
June 2014
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About Alan

What's the Difference? TV movie writer/director
MUSHROOMS feature writer/director

Unique traits: Aversion to completing irrelevant detail in forms.



  • Age, Sex, Location

    Age, Sex, Location Budget: $100K - $1M | Comedy Set in the nineties:  An innocent chat on the internet and a confusion of identities leads to baseball bats, ice picks, revolvers and rifles. What do waitresses Carol and Leanne know about assassination? Nothing. But if they don’t make a hit in the next seven days, they become the target of a very professional hitman.   THELMA AND LOUISE meets LOCK, STOCK AND TWO SMOKING BARRELS


    WORD IS OUT Romance Comedy Jacob is a likeably sleazy writer of pulp fiction. He models the female character (The Blonde) in his novel on his ideal woman. She is beautiful, sexy, sophisticated and streetwise - in the style of Lauren Bacall. Jacob's girlfriend, Franny, designs his male character (Bron) - he's everything she wants in a man. Rugged, masculine, irresistible - in the style of Humphrey Bogart. Via a freak accident, the two characters come to life - Bron and The Blonde step out of fantasyland into mundane reality. And wreck Jacob's and Franny's lives. What chance has a real warts-and-all relationship against the attractions of the perfect mate?


    CYCLONE Family Stevie is fifteen years old and well on the way to becoming a hardened criminal; Dave is a cop, natural enemy of Stevie; Susie is Dave’s two-year-old daughter who is kidnapped during a cyclone. The last thing a teenage boy needs is a baby. But it falls to Stevie to save the baby – without knowing who she is and for totally unselfish motives – and thus to save Dave and his family from total disintegration.(Quarter finalist, TSL Free Screenplay Contest)


  • Mushrooms

    Mushrooms (1995)
    Film Director

  • What's the Difference

    What's the Difference (1986)
    TV Movie Director

  • The Sullivans

    The Sullivans (1983)
    Television Actor featured role of 'two-up' soldier

  • Carson's Law

    Carson's Law (1983)
    Television Actor featured role of 'snooker player'

  • Doors

    Doors (1983 - 1981)
    Theater by Frozen Rocks Writer producer One man show. Easy to tour as set requires only a door and a foyer, Produced at La Mama.

  • Breakfast in Paris

    Breakfast in Paris (1982)
    Film Actor

  • Prisoner

    Prisoner (1982)
    TV Series Actor

  • Cop Shop

    Cop Shop (1982)
    Television actor Featured role of 'surgeon'

  • Sprouts

    Sprouts (1982)
    Theater by Frozen Rocks Writer director Professional produced play at La Mama


  • Grand Prix Tokyo

  • Mike Reed Award (film editing)

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