Madeleine has been writing, directing and producing film/TV content for many years, for various online platforms. Recent work includes short film 'Casa Del Crip,' a collab with the late comedian Stella Young, that was nominated for the AACTA Social Shorts comedy competition, 'Love Sick' that was a Tropfest finalist for the 'Save The Script' competition and 'Neighbourhood Wars' that won best short film at Capricorn Film Festival and screened at Cannes Short Film Corner, among other festivals. She wrote and directed 'Sexy Herpes', a 6x10 min web series that has been acquired by Channel Nine, Virgin and streaming platform Revry, and it's had a solid festival run screening in many different countries. On the horizon is her new online series 'Blood Sisters,' set up in FNQ, that is currently in development and supported by Screen Aus/Screen QLD. Her production company, Mad Dan Productions has raised $100K in private funding for her feature film, Once We Were Here, that is also in development. Madeleine has just completed a four month director attachment with Rachel Griffiths on her film, 'Ride Like a Girl'.
Madeleine attained her Associate Diploma in Speech and Drama teaching with Trinity College, London. As a graduate of a Theatre and Film Arts Degree from University Of South Queensland in 2008, Mads has appeared in many commercials, TV shows and films over the years, recently being Romper Stomper, The InBESTigators, Offspring, It's A Date and hit comedy web series, Bruce. In 2010, Madeleine attended the International Film School Sydney and then joined Dan at AFTRS in 2011, working under mentor Peter Herbert in screenwriting and producing. Since then, Mads attained her cert 4 in Small Business Management with RMIT and she started the grass roots production company, Mad Dan Productions. Mads and her ‘We are Vinomofo’ online ad for wine giant, Vinomofo, has also gone viral. Her film for the Stroke Recovery Trial Fund has also proven very successful. She has just finished directing a social media campaign for Quality Lifestyle Support in Toowoomba.
Daniel Mulvihill has been writing, directing and producing film, TV and web content for the last eight years. In his early adult years, he partially completed Gender Studies, Sociology and Political Science at QUT. As a graduate of a Theatre and Film Arts Degree from University Of South Queensland in 2008, Dan has appeared in many theatre shows, commercials, TV shows and films over the years, notably as ‘Dodgy Bob’ on Home and Away. In 2015, ‘Departure Lounge,’ a short film set in Townsville that he starred in, won best comedy in the AACTA/AFI Social Shorts competition. In 2011, Dan studied at AFTRS, working under mentor Peter Herbert in screenwriting and producing. Since then, Dan attained his cert 4 in Small Business Management with RMIT and he started the grass roots production company, Mad Dan Productions, that often specialises in showreels for actors and many different social media campaigns for businesses. Dan and his ‘We are Vinomofo’ online ad for wine giant, Vinomofo, has also gone viral over the last year. His film for the Stroke Recovery Trial Fund has also proven very successful. He has just finished producing a social media campaign for Quality Lifestyle Support in Toowoomba. In between production, Dan often takes on additional copy-writing work.
Over the years, Dan has co-written, directed and produced many different narrative short films, notably ‘Cabbie Confessions’ with comedian Matt Okine. In 2015, 'Casa Del Crip,' a short film in collaboration with the late comedian and disability activist Stella Young, was a finalist in the AACTA Social Shorts competition. His short film, ‘Love Sick’ was also a finalist in the Tropfest/NPS competition last year. In 2016, his short film, Neighbourhood Wars, shot in Townsville, was a finalist in the Peninsula Short Film Fest. The film also screened in the Short Film Corner at Cannes and took our a competition category for Best Film in the Capricorn Film Festival at the end of last year, in which the prize includes shooting the promo reel for the 2017 marketing campaign. Dan is co-writing the feature film, Savage. It is scheduled to shoot in 2018. This will finish off a strong year for him, after producing the six part web series Sexy Herpes earlier this year that is due for release later this year. This online series received completion funding from Screen Australia.
Duy Huynh, is a leading expert in digital strategy, interactive learning and creative production. He is CEO and founder of Beyondedge, a production company providing strategic consulting, eLearning, interactive media and digital communication services to large corporate and Government clients.
In this role Duy leads teams of creatives through solving client’s business challenges, from solving process and learning issues, through to cultural and performance improvement. Having developed a solid skill base in film and television production, Duy has evolved Beyondedge’s service offerings to the digital world, allowing creative production to facilitate learning and business challenges for Beyondedge’s clients. Beyondedge specialises in producing highly engaging eLearning that blends interactive simulations, dramatisations, games and stunning 3D animations to make learning more compelling and effective.
As Executive Producer on Sexy Herpes, Duy brings business acumen, stakeholder engagement skills, sales and marketing skills as well as hands on production capability to the team.
Producer & General Manager of Beyondedge. Andrew is hands on providing a wealth of business management skills including planning, compliance and project management expertise. A track record for delivering projects on time and on budget, his attention to detail and highly tuned risk management skills ensures projects are completed beyond expectation.
In 20 years with Beyondedge, he’s navigated the corporate film world managing several production locations and teams of 20 including a purpose built film studio. Andrew produced and delivered corporate film projects for large corporate and government clients.
including BHP, Xstrata, Toll, ANZ, Westpac, Chubb, PWC, Griffith University, Bond University, Australian government, QLD state government, NSW government, VIC state government, Brisbane City Council, Gold Coast City Council.
A recent pivot to theatrical and documentary Film and Television world saw Andrew as Executive Producer on Screen Australia supported dramedy web series ‘Sexy Herpes’. Andrew provided practical hands on input to the development of this successful series, winning multiple awards including Best Sitcom – Minnesota WebFest, Jury Award – NZ WebFest, Best Ensemble – London Short Series Festival, Michael Ajakwe Jr Achievement Award – Asia Web Awards. From this success Andrew was active in business development helping to secure screening deals with Nine Network and Virgin Australia. Additionally the series secured a long form rights deal with AETIOS & CBC (Canada) to develop 10x 30 minute episodes. This is a first for an Australian Web Series and testament to Andrew Kelly and Duy Huynh to achieve this success in the absence of agent or distributor support.
Andrew is now Producer on upcoming mental health documentary “How to Thrive”.