Craig has been immersed in the worlds of theatrical and film production and finance since the early 2000s, garnering his vast knowledge of the nuts and bolts of film production at Village Roadshow on major blockbusters such as Peter Pan directed by P.J. Hogan and House of Wax.
His success on both sides of the finance equation gives him a uniquely holistic approach. Craig most recently served as executive producer on George Miller's Three Thousand Years of Longing, and he is currently producing the Robbie Williams biopic Better Man directed by Michael Gracey (The Greatest Showman). Better Man has the highest independently-financed budget of all time for an Australian feature film production.
Craig’s other credits include funding 2067 currently available on Netflix, Blacklight (starring Liam Neeson) and the Australian comedy smash, Never Too Late.
Dean Hood’s immense film and television experience, spanning three decades, brings unparalleled value to any production. He is highly regarded internationally for his versatility, working with small, medium and large budgets, whilst having a deep respect for the creative process and finding solutions to produce positive outcomes for stakeholders.
Australia-based, Dean has worked in over a dozen countries in various production and finance roles, including as Executive Producer on Michael Gracey’s Better Man, George Miller’s Mad Max – Furiosa and Three Thousand Years Of Longing, Line Producer on the Warner Bros feature film, The LEGO Ninjago Movie and Australian/Chinese co-production, The Whistleblower, Co-producer on TV series Shantaram for Paramount and Sony TV’s Preacher and Unit Production Manager on Fox Studios’ Alien: Covenant, Miramax Films’ Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark, Omnilab Media’s The Killer Elite and Warner Bros’ Mad Max - Fury Road, on which he was also Production Supervisor.
Head of Production
Naomi Cleaver brings a wealth of experience in physical production, having worked on all forms of Feature Film and Television Production as Production Manager, Line Producer and Producer.
Australia’s film funding bodies and completion guarantors consider her an asset to any production and she is regularly referred by state funding bodies to international production teams wishing to film in Australia.
She produced highly acclaimed Ride Like A Girl, Mystery Road 2, Oddball and most recently the large budget US Television Series La Brea for NBCU, the 2nd biggest TV series to film in Victoria, Australia since Steven Spielberg’s HBO series, The Pacific.