Louis Puli

Louis Puli

Steadicam operator in Melbourne, Australia

About Louis

Louis Puli is known for his work on The Babadook (2014), The Interview (1998) and The Secret Life of Us (2001).


Name: Louis Puli

Lives in: Melbourne, Australia

Occupation: Steadicam Operator

Credits

  • Inner Demon

    Inner Demon (2014)
    Film by Ursula Dabrowsky (Horror and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A teenage girl is abducted by a serial killer couple and manages to escape and find refuge in an isolated farmhouse, only to discover it is home to greater horrors and a malevolent spirit.

  • Anzac Girls

    Anzac Girls (2014)
    Television (Action, Drama and War) Camera and Electrical Department The true stories of extraordinary young women who witness the brutality and heroism of war and rise to meet the challenge.

  • Emo: The Musical

    Emo: The Musical (2014)
    Film (short) by Neil Triffett (Comedy, Musical and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department When Ethan, an Emo kid who hates almost everything, falls in love with Trinity, a good Christian girl with a passion for life and her Lord Jesus Christ, will they be able to live happily ever after?

  • The Babadook

    The Babadook (2014)
    Film by Jennifer Kent (Drama, Horror and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Amelia, who lost her husband in a car crash on the way to give birth to Samuel, their only child. She struggles to cope with her fate as a single mom. Samuel's constant fear of monsters and violent reaction to overcome the fear doesn't help her cause either, which makes her friends become distant. When things can not get any worse, they read a strange book in their house about the 'Babadook' monster that hides in the dark areas of their house. Even Amelia seems to feel the effect of Babadook and desperately tries in vain to destroy the book. The nightmarish experiences the two encounter form the rest of the story. Written by PipingHotViews

  • 6 Plots

    6 Plots (2012)
    Film by Leigh Sheehan (Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Everyone's primal fears of death and how horribly it can play out in your own mind.

  • Wakey Wakey

    Wakey Wakey (2012)
    Film by Adrian Goodman (Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Josie is a teenage girl on the cusp of her sexual awakening. Her confusion is heightened by her extreme sleep condition, which blurs her dreams into waking life. Forbidden from leaving the house, she's long remained alone but for the supervision of her sister Samantha, for whom she yearns. But Samantha has a macabre fetish and a dark web of secrets. While Josie sleeps, Samantha manipulates her, making her the unwitting subject of her artistic obsessions of power, sex and death. Josie is the plaything in her ever-broadening cavalcade of sadistic fantasies that spiral towards destruction. To maintain her secret, Samantha uses Josie's condition against her while she's awake, further undermining her perception of reality. Josie must learn to trust her own perceptions or risk losing total control. Written by Dajus

  • The Last Waltz

    The Last Waltz (2011)
    Film (short) by Nickolas Bird (Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department A young man loses his one and only love to the Black Saturday Bush-fires, Australia's worse bush-fire disaster in history. He has lost everything, all that he ever cared for. It's not until twelve months after the disaster that he returns to his beloved ballroom dancing, when he sees his dead partner on the edge of the dance floor. He waltzes with him and says goodbye. Can life ever return to normal? Written by Anonymous

  • Abraham

    Abraham (2010)
    Film (short) by James Robertson (Drama, Family and History) Camera and Electrical Department A contemporary retelling of Gods test of Abraham set in the heartlands of rural Australia.

  • Don't Be Afraid of the Dark

    Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (2010)
    Film by Troy Nixey (Fantasy, Horror and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A young girl is sent to live with her estranged father and his girlfriend at their new home. The father, Alex has plans to spruce up the home with the help of his interior decorator girlfriend, Kim. The previous owner of the home was a famous painter who mysteriously disappeared. Alex's daughter, Sally, soon discovers the cause of the painter's disappearance. Written by Jeff Mellinger

  • The Pawn

    The Pawn (2010)
    Film by David Brand (Horror, Mystery and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A lonely and emotionally bankrupt businessman, Alex Worland, awakens to find himself the prime suspect in the disappearance - and possible murder - of his estranged wife. As he recovers fragments of his memory and pieces together the puzzle of his past, we are asked; is Alex a victim or a killer? Written by Morcan Motion Pictures

  • Bed of Roses

    Bed of Roses (2010)
    Television by George Adams (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Beatrice, Her Beast and the Man from the City

    Beatrice, Her Beast and the Man from the City (2009)
    Film (short) by Jordan Prosser (Drama, Fantasy, Horror and Mystery) Camera and Electrical Department Lonesome 12-year-old Beatrice falls in love with a dead man she finds in the local storm water canal and befriends the nightmarish creature guarding him. A Gothic fairytale about death, suburbia and the storm to wash them both away.

  • Broken Hill

    Broken Hill (2009)
    Film by Dagen Merrill (Drama, Family and Music) Camera and Electrical Department Tommy, a gifted teenage composer, dreams of being accepted into the famous Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Unfortunately, a good band is hard to find in the middle of Outback Australia - until a strange incident involving flying watermelons leads him to a group of talented prison inmates. Written by H. Rose

  • Celestial Avenue

    Celestial Avenue (2009)
    Film (short) by Colin Cairnes (Comedy, Musical and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Kath is looking for love in all the wrong places. In Chinatown in the middle of a less than successful blind date, she overhears the soulful Cantonese singing of Ah Gong. Kath is intrigued. Is there more to Ah Gong than meets the eye?

  • Imprint

    Imprint (2009)
    Film (short) by Edwin Mcgill (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Dear Diary

    Dear Diary (2009)
    Film (short) by Kane Guglielmi (Comedy and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Arthur is convinced that his wife Rhonda is trying to kill him - accidentally. Through the re-enactment of numerous incidents recorded in Arthur's diary, we learn of the many 'accidents' that have happened to Arthur - seemingly orchestrated by Rhonda. Arthur records in his diary late one night that he must leave his wife the next day as he is in fear of his life. But the truth will be revealed before the night's end in a stunning climax. Written by Allan West

  • Beautiful

    Beautiful (2009)
    Film by Dean O'Flaherty (Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department After another teenager disappears from the idyllic suburb of Sunshine Hills, Suzy, the girl-next-door of every boy's dreams, persuades Daniel, a fourteen-year-old with an obsessive crush, to help her uncover the truth.

  • The Hunter

    The Hunter (2008)
    Film (short) by Storm Ashwood (Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Aaron is a haunted, reserved young soul who is looking or running from something. While Clare wants a touch of life. They find each other, both having something to give... But what Aaron offers Clare will change her life forever. Written by Storm Ashwood

  • Bogan Pride

    Bogan Pride (2008)
    Television (Comedy and Musical) Camera and Electrical Department

  • First Australians

    First Australians (2008)
    Television (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department First Australians chronicles the birth of contemporary Australia as never told before, from the perspective of its first people. First Australians explores what unfolds when the oldest living culture in the world is overrun by the world's greatest empire. Over seven episodes, First Australians depicts the true stories of individuals - both black and white - caught in an epic drama of friendship, revenge, loss and victory in Australia's most transformative period of history. The story begins in 1788 in Sydney, with the friendship between an Englishmen (Governor Phillip) and a warrior (Bennelong) and ends in 1992 with Koiki Mabo's legal challenge to the foundation of Australia. First Australians chronicles the collision of two worlds and the genesis of a new nation. Written by Blackfella Films Pty Limited

  • Long Weekend

    Long Weekend (2008)
    Film by Jamie Blanks (Drama, Horror and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Peter and Carla have a wasted marriage and constant friction. Peter buys expensive camping gear and, despite the protests of Carla, insists they travel with their dog Cricket to camp on the isolated Moondah Beach in the North Coast with his friend Luke and his girlfriend during the rainy holiday. Peter stops in a pub at the Eggleston Hotel and leaves a message for Luke with the owner of the pub. When Peter takes what he believes to be shortcut to the beach, he gets lost and the couple spends the night sleeping in their SUV. The next morning, Peter organizes the campsite and their intrusion into and abuse of the natural environment begins. During the two days, the couple's relationship deteriorates while the nature avenges the bad treatment the couple has inflicted upon it. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  • Little Wings

    Little Wings (2008)
    Film (short) by Polly Staniford (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Six year-old Billy doesn't fit in. It's not until he loses his first tooth and receives a special gift from the tooth fairy that other kids start to notice him. Sometimes all it takes is a little bit of magic.

  • Ring-around-a-Rosie

    Ring-around-a-Rosie (2008)
    Film (short) by Larelle Bossi Camera and Electrical Department One night, Rosie intends to discover the pleasures of life. Courtiers of the 14th Century harass her evening with both temptation and warning. They explore the pleasures of decadence - the pleasures of each one of their senses. The insatiable debauchery of being human and feeling human. This film documents the experiences of such pleasures: drugs, alcohol, dancing and sex, with friends, strangers and lovers. These experiences are here to be enjoyed and so, together, Rosie and her courtiers explore the cyclical nature of human desire. But not forever! From the other side of the taboo, Rosie stares back at herself from within the mirror. From out of the taboos, can Rosie free herself from our eternal desire? Written by Larelle Bossi

  • Dying Breed

    Dying Breed (2008)
    Film by Jody Dwyer (Horror and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Dying Breed interweaves the two most fascinating icons of Tasmanian history: the extinct Tasmanian tiger and "The Pieman" (aka Alexander Pearce) who was hanged for cannibalism in 1824. Against all odds, Pearce escaped from the most feared penal settlement of the British Empire - Sarah Island - and disappeared into the impenetrable forests of Western Tasmania. Seven convicts escaped with him, yet Pearce was the only one that emerged... along with chunks of human flesh in his pockets. The legend of Pearce was born. An extinct species... a long forgotten legend... both had a desperate need to survive; both could now have living descendants within the Tasmanian bush. Many sightings of the tiger have been reported. Many hikers have gone missing. Hundreds in fact. Zoologist Nina is convinced there are still tigers remaining in the Tasmanian wilderness, and she has proof - a photograph of a paw print snapped by her sister just before she met with a fatal accident in the bush eight years ... Written by Jody Dwyer

  • Uncle Jonny

    Uncle Jonny (2008)
    Film (short) by Mark Constable Cinematographer

  • Spike Up

    Spike Up (2007)
    Film (short) by Anthony Maras (Crime and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Court of Lonely Royals

    Court of Lonely Royals (2006)
    Film by Rohan Michael Hoole (Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A group of disaffected twenty-somethings occupy a dystopic, hyper-urban Australia. They spend their time eating udon noodles, listening to Swedish pop music and committing mass executions for the police.

  • Five Moments of Infidelity

    Five Moments of Infidelity (2006)
    Film by Kate Gorman (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A true to life drama showing moments of infidelity across five different worlds in the same city; The carefree sexy young things, who think they have nothing to lose; The upwardly mobile thirty-something couple with perfect careers and family life; The gay pair with an open relationship; The frustrated urban duo hanging onto familiarity; and The suburban family full of secrets and lies about to lose it all. Written by Kate Gorman

  • 2:37

    2:37 (2006)
    Film by Murali K. Thalluri (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A contemporary, ensemble drama telling the complex tale of six high school students whose lives are interwoven with situations that so many of today's youth are faced with. The story takes place during a normal school day. At precisely 2:37 a tragedy will occur, affecting the lives of a group of students and their teachers. As the story unfolds, the individual stories of the six teenagers are revealed, each with its own explosive significance. An unwanted pregnancy unravels a terrible, dark secret; all is not as it appears for the seemingly confident school football hero; an outcast must deal with everyday taunts from his peers; a beautiful young girl battles an eating disorder; a stellar student constantly struggles to win his parents' approval; while another uses drugs to escape from his own demons. Written by Anonymous

  • Irresistible

    Irresistible (2006)
    Film by Ann Turner (Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Sophie Hartley is convinced that she is being stalked. She becomes increasingly certain that her husband's beautiful co-worker, Mara, wants her children, her husband and her life. But no one believes Sophie. Forced to prove her sanity, Sophie grows increasingly paranoid - but is she imagining things? Sophie becomes completely caught up in her obsession, turning stalker herself - and makes a discovery more frightening than her worst fear. Written by InTandem Films

  • Absolute Zero

    Absolute Zero (2006)
    Film (short) by Alan Woodruff (Drama) Cinematographer An account of the grim and ironic death by freezing of a man trapped inside a refrigerated meat wagon.

  • The Heartbreak Tour

    The Heartbreak Tour (2005)
    TV Movie by Ben Chessell (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Two friends, Ryan and Carmen, sit in a Melbourne playground at night discussing a practical joke they once played... See full synopsis »

  • Little Oberon

    Little Oberon (2005)
    TV Movie by Kevin Carlin (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Georgie returns to her home town of Little Oberon with her teenage daughter Natasha to see her dying mother. The newcomers are regarded with suspicion and malice, and Natasha soon discovers not all is as it seems in Little Oberon.

  • Drawing Restraint 9

    Drawing Restraint 9 (2005)
    Film by Matthew Barney (Fantasy) Camera and Electrical Department The film concerns the theme of self-imposed limitation and continues Matthew Barney's interest in religious rite, this time focusing on Shinto.

  • Wicked Science

    Wicked Science (2004)
    Television by Jonathan M. Shiff (Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Sci-Fi and 1 More) Camera and Electrical Department While working on a class assignment with his the teacher's Pet. Toby is struck with a bolt of energy that makes him a super genius in Science. But while he uses his gifts to pass class and help his friends; Elizabeth, the other student who is hit with the same wave of energy, becomes a evil genius who wants to rule the school and Toby's heart. But soon it's going to take the two rival's combine IQs to stop a third genius from trying to conquer them all.

  • The Alice

    The Alice (2004)
    TV Movie by Kate Dennis (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department The approach of a solar eclipse draws various people to Alice Springs, an Australian town surrounded by primitive tribal outback, where it can be best observed. Constable Hugh Delaney's son, Toby, and his partners expect a bus-load of Germans, but a crazy truck driver destroys their hotel, so he improvises an 'adventurous bush trip'. Future Med student Matt Marione takes the train searching for lost medicinal treasures from the aborigines and finds a mysterious lover aboard. 'Pellican' jogs all the way to Ayers Rock, accompanied by his wife and her grumpy friend who wants him out of the way. Former rock lead singer Jack Jaffers, who deserted his band's reunion to revisit the desert where they had their first success, joins them. Written by KGF Vissers

  • Tom White

    Tom White (2004)
    Film by Alkinos Tsilimidos (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department An architect experiences a mental breakdown with life-changing results.

  • One Perfect Day

    One Perfect Day (2004)
    Film by Paul Currie (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Tommy Matisse is a gifted musician studying at London's Royal Academy of Music, where he is striving to write a brilliant new operatic song called "One Perfect Day" in conjunction with his girlfriend Alysse back in Australia. When Tommy's sister Emma dies of a drug overdose after a night of clubbing with Alysse, he returns to Melbourne and breaks up with Alysse when she admits her part in Emma's death. As Alysse seeks solace in drugs and in the arms of a manipulative nightclub owner, Tommy undertakes an odyssey of self-discovery and tragedy in Melbourne's dance music scene. Fate brings them together again when Tommy reworks their opera by infusing classical music with electronic beats, but further tragedy is just around the corner... Written by Alexander Lum

  • Max's Dreaming

    Max's Dreaming (2003)
    Film by Sandra Sciberras (Drama and Family) Camera and Electrical Department A hospitalized amnesiac boy, victim of an abduction gone wrong, brings police detective Mark Bryce (Friels) and nurse Rose (Picot) together. Both have 'baggage' -- she a recently widowed and somewhat demented father, George (Myles), living at home; Mark a divorce with only part-time access to his two children, plus a demanding and increasingly frustrating job. Over the next 24 hours the lives of this pair intersect as they each try to coax some memories from the boy (named 'Max' by Mark), while George struggles with his failing mental capacity and visions of his late wife and her dead first husband. Written by M. Spitzer

  • Ain't Got No Jazz

    Ain't Got No Jazz (2003)
    Film (short) by Joel Kohn Camera and Electrical Department

  • Crackerjack

    Crackerjack (2002)
    Film by Paul Moloney (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department When dwindling membership and increasing overheads makes a local bowling club and prime candidate for a takeover, it's all hands on deck to save the club, in what turns into an epic battle where young meets old, greed meets good and people rise to the occasion in extraordinary circumstances. Written by Anonymous

  • The Real Thing

    The Real Thing (2002)
    Film by Stephen Amis (Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Pacino, Connery, De Nero, Schwarzenegger - together on film - for the first time... Well, almost... Ralph Eaton's got a few personal problems. He's desperately overweight with an uncontrollable stutter. Ralph's the kind of guy the nerds stole lunch money from. But Ralph's got a special talent - an ability to impersonate any hollywood celebrity - the perfect disguise to hide his stutter... Written by Anonymous

  • Lamb

    Lamb (2002)
    Film (short) by Emma Freeman Camera and Electrical Department

  • Dogwoman: The Legend of Dogwoman

    Dogwoman: The Legend of Dogwoman (2001)
    TV Movie by Paul Moloney (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Margaret O'Halloran sets out to discover whether a dog killed her friend and mentor, Harry Bowman. To do this, O'Halloran must delve into the dark secrets of her home town and what she finds not only turns her world upside down, it could cost her life. Written by Anonymous

  • Ponderosa

    Ponderosa (2001)
    Television (Western, Drama and Family) Camera and Electrical Department It it 1849 and the Cartwright family has moved onto some scrub land in the territory of Nevada. As a widower Ben Cartwright tries to raise his sons Adam, Hoss and Little Joe in this new land.

  • The Secret Life of Us

    The Secret Life of Us (2001)
    Television by Amanda Higgs (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department 20-30 somethings living in St Kilda and their dramas in life.

  • Dogwoman: A Grrrl's Best Friend

    Dogwoman: A Grrrl's Best Friend (2000)
    TV Movie by David Cameron (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department An eco-bomber is terrorising the city. Margaret O'Halloran and Kelty are called in to assist only to discover that the bomber could be Margaret's idealistic younger cousin.

  • Australia: Beyond the Fatal Shore

    Australia: Beyond the Fatal Shore (2000)
    Television (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Halifax f.p.

    Halifax f.p. (2000)
    Television (Crime) Camera and Electrical Department Doctor Jane Halifax, a forensic psychiatrist investigating cases involving the mental state of suspects or victims. As Jane delves deep into the dark side of the human mind, she has her own demons to face. Retained by the police and the legal profession, Jane lives in a world of lies and shadows where the truth is never what it seems.

  • Waiting at the Royal

    Waiting at the Royal (2000)
    TV Movie by Glenda Hambly (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department

  • On the Beach

    On the Beach (2000)
    TV Movie by Russell Mulcahy (Drama and Sci-Fi) Camera and Electrical Department Well, the world has finally managed to blow itself up. Only Australia has been spared from nuclear destruction and a gigantic wave of radiation is floating in on the breezes. Only two months are left. One American sub located in the Pacific has survived and is met with disdain by the Australians when it arrives. All of the calculations of Australia's most renowned scientist says the country is at doomsday - get ready. However, one of his rivals say that is incorrect. He believes that a 1000 people can be relocated into the northern hemisphere, where his assumptions indicate the radiation levels may be lower. The American Captain is asked to take a mission to the north to determine which scientist is right (and along the way check out the devastation in Alaska and California - seemingly all bodies and vehicles were disintegrated). However, before the mission, all kinds of bland soap opera relationships are played out. Brown and his ex-fiancée battle it out in a love-hate relationship. ... Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

  • Dogwoman: Dead Dog Walking

    Dogwoman: Dead Dog Walking (2000)
    TV Movie by Rowan Woods (Comedy and Mystery) Camera and Electrical Department Margaret O'Halloran is a dog trainer with a unique talent and a nose for a mystery. Now an old lady has been savaged to death, her faithful dog is the prime suspect. But Margaret smells a murderer of the two legged variety. Written by Anonymous

  • Something in the Air

    Something in the Air (2000)
    Television (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Break & Enter

    Break & Enter (1999)
    Film (short) by Amanda Brotchie Camera and Electrical Department A cat burglar wakes the grandmotherly Phyllis when he breaks into her house, where she sleeps next to her husband, Eric. When she can't rouse Eric, she gets up alone and conks out the intruder with a frying pan. She strips off his clothes, puts them on, takes his keys and drives off into the night, leaving her nightgown. The intruder wakes and, for the next twenty-four hours, lives in an altered state. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

  • Witch Hunt

    Witch Hunt (1999)
    TV Movie by Scott Hartford-Davis (Drama and Crime) Camera and Electrical Department In the Australian state of Victoria, young Hannah disappears. The police investigates, digging into the family's nasty past. The mother, Linda Thomas, was completely dominated by the maternal grandmother Barbara Thomas, an occult author, who turned her and her brothers Craig and Ray, who she told Hannah was abused, against the father, David Overton, and after Linda's breakdown and fatal heart-failure tried to get custody instead of him. It gives him nightmares that the police seems unwilling to believe him over the manipulative witch, until they find... Written by KGF Vissers

  • Thunderstone

    Thunderstone (1999)
    Television by Jonathan M. Shiff (Adventure, Family, Fantasy and Sci-Fi) Camera and Electrical Department A comet hit the Earth, destroying all. The world is frozen, but some humans managed to survive. Noah lives in an underground community. While improving the Holodeck, Noah accidentally travels in time.

  • The Interview

    The Interview (1998)
    Film by Craig Monahan (Thriller, Crime and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A modest man is suddenly seized from his apartment and interrogated by the police for what initially is presented as involving a stolen car, but its slowly revealed to involve a serial killing. Meanwhile Internal Affairs is investigating the manner in which the investigating officers work. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

  • Stingers

    Stingers (1998)
    Television (Crime, Drama and Mystery) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Titsiana Booberini

    Titsiana Booberini (1997)
    Film (short) by Robert Luketic (Comedy) Cinematographer Titsiana works at a suburban supermarket and is ridiculed by her fellow 'Check-out' girls for her slightly hirsute upper lip. She finds a new confidence and acceptance when she discovers a hair removal treatment. Written by Archie Moore <ar.moore@student.qut.edu.au>

  • The Bite

    The Bite (1996)
    Television Camera and Electrical Department

  • River Street

    River Street (1996)
    Film by Tony Mahood (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Ben, an arrogant, hustling property developer is wrongly arrested and things from bad to worse when he accidentally punches a policeman at the station. Sentenced to community service at a local day centre, Ben's influence with a young tearaway forces him to question his values and he learns to see life from a different angle when he falls in love with Wendy, the centre's formidable and devoted manager... Written by Anonymous

  • Metal Skin

    Metal Skin (1994)
    Film by Geoffrey Wright (Action, Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Psycho Joe, a petrol-head from Altona, Melbourne, secures employment at a local Supermarket. Here, he meets the over-sexed Dazey. Joe and Dazey form a friendship based on a mutual interest in old hot cars. Joe also forms a relationship with a Satanic fellow employee. The nihilism of these young characters, coupled with parental disputes, leads to various tragedies. Written by Russell Graeber <russell_graeber@dpa.act.gov.au>

  • Ocean Girl

    Ocean Girl (1994)
    Television by Jonathan M. Shiff (Action, Adventure, Family, Fantasy and 1 More) Camera and Electrical Department Neri - the title character - is a young girl with an affinity for water, super-human strength, the ability to swim long distances, and super-human lung capacity. She lives alone on an otherwise deserted island. Early in the first season, Neri befriends two Australian boys: Jason and Brett Bates. This friendship is at first a highly guarded secret due to Neri's fear of other humans. The Bates brothers live in an elaborate underwater research and environmental protection facility called ORCA (the Oceanic Research Center of Australia), located near Port Douglas, Queensland. At the beginning of the series, their mother, Dr. Dianne Bates, has been assigned to ORCA to study whale song in the hopes of facilitating cross-species communication. A significant portion of the series takes place on ORCA itself, and looks at the activities of its inhabitants, which includes the school-aged children of the resident scientists, such as Jason and Brett. Written by adventure

  • Deadly Chase

    Deadly Chase (1993)
    Film by Dee McLachlan (Action and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department, Actor

  • Silent Number

    Silent Number (1993)
    Film (short) by Jamie Blanks (Horror and Mystery) Camera and Electrical Department A young woman takes a babysitting job during a bad thunderstorm. She begins to receive frightening phone calls from a young boy who claims he needs help. It seems that the boy's abusive father has locked him up somewhere, and he can't get out. The woman calls the police so they can trace the boy's call, and then they all learn the shocking truth about the boy's whereabouts. Written by Robert Morgan

  • The Feds: Abduction

    The Feds: Abduction (1993)
    TV Movie by Michael Pattinson (Action, Crime and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department The two children of Suzi Plummer, the divorced wife of Idris Karya, an army officer of a prominent Indonesian military family, vanish while on an access visit with their father. Fearing an international incident, the Federal Police are pressured to find the children before they are taken out of country. Superintendent Dave Griffin, a divorced father, is moved by the pleas, of Suzi, who has long feared her former husband would try to take the children back to Indonesia to live with his mother, Sarminah. But Detective-Sergeant Jo Moody feels the case is more complex and even suspects the children's mother of being involved. Written by Scott Murray

  • The Feds: Suspect

    The Feds: Suspect (1993)
    TV Movie by Michael Pattinson (Crime) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Crimestoppers

    Crimestoppers (1993)
    Film (short) by David Rechtman (Thriller) Cinematographer

  • Round the Twist

    Round the Twist (1989)
    Television (Comedy, Family and Fantasy) Camera and Electrical Department Tony Twist and his three children - thirteen year old twins Pete and Linda and nine year old Bronson - move to an old lighthouse on the rugged Australian Coast. They soon discover that the lighthouse, and the outhouse, are haunted. Written by Anonymous

  • The Flying Doctors

    The Flying Doctors (1989)
    Television (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department, Cinematographer This series chronicles the events surrounding the activities of the Royal Flying Doctors Service, which operates its own aircraft -in this case from the base at Coopers Crossing, an otherwise hardly notable town- to fly its medical staff throughout the Australian outback, where roads are too scarce and distances too immense to reach patients for medical care or get them to hospital by car in time. Doctors, nurses, pilots and base staff change throughout the seasons, often coming from the city and finding it difficult to adapt to life in the godforsaken countryside and be accepted by the isolated local community; there are of course the usual colleague stories. In most episodes they make one or more flights for routine medical examination sessions and/or emergency help, sometimes continued on board and/or in the hospital. Furthermore there are various sidelines, mainly concerning the local characters such as bar-owners Vic and Nancy, who also provide the only rooms, and some of their ... Written by KGF Vissers

  • Mission: Impossible

    Mission: Impossible (1988)
    Television by Bruce Geller (Action, Adventure, Crime, Drama and 1 More) Camera and Electrical Department Jim Phelps is the head of a super-secret government agency ("Impossible Mission Force"), and is often given secret anonymous covert missions to attempt; quite often they are unmasking of criminals or rescuing of hostages. He picks his team depending on which tasks need to be done. One thing is vital on an Impossible Mission: the mission must be carried out in entire secrecy, often relying on high-tech equipment and elaborate deceptions. An update of the classic 1966 series, featuring a great deal of high-tech gadgetry. Written by Murray Chapman <muzzle@cs.uq.oz.au>

  • The Far Country

    The Far Country (1988)
    TV Movie by George Miller Camera and Electrical Department Two people from different backgrounds escaping their own past and finding a new life in post World War 2 Australia, can their pasts be left behind? Can the war be forgotten?

  • The More Things Change...

    The More Things Change... (1986)
    Film by Robyn Nevin (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A couple hires a young girl to take care of their son.

  • Prime Time

    Prime Time (1986)
    Television by Terry Stapleton (Drama) Cinematographer Explores the humour and drama behind the scenes of television production company Lockhart Productions, which produces the one-hour mid-week current affairs programme Assignment for the Five Network, following the private and working lives, successes and failures of the people who work in front of and behind the cameras of the programme. Written by Allister Coots

  • I Live with Me Dad

    I Live with Me Dad (1985)
    Film by Paul Moloney (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department

  • The Henderson Kids

    The Henderson Kids (1985)
    Television (Drama and Family) Camera and Electrical Department

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