Our Current Projects

Having screened at over 100 festivals worldwide, Azure Productions aim is to provide high quality services and produce international feature films which are successful both creatively and commercially.

If you would like to discuss any of our projects or would like more information on our current / future slate or past projects please contact Annmaree J Bell or John Frank.

The Shed

What lies in the deep dark recesses of your shed?

  • Writer/Director: Megan Riakos
The Alien Boy

Your only an Alien until you meet someone the same.

  • Writer/Director: Miles Szanto

After witnessing her father's murder, Lia is institutionalized to help her recover, but the memory of her father's murder continues to haunt her.

As a coping strategy she retreats to her Sanctuary where her memories and the real world start to collide.

  • Writer/Director: Benedict Samuel

"Live your life the way you want, but leave your death to the professionals."

At the moment of his death, Henry James realises his demise has been directed by a phantom film crew, and the director isn't at all pleased with his performance. After forcing this angry ghost into take after take, the director finds himself on the other side of the lens…

  • Writer/Director: Robbie Miles
Ostia La Notte Finale

On November 2, 1975, the body of Italian filmmaker, Pier Paolo Pasolini, was found, badly beaten and run over, in a deserted lot near the port town of Ostia on the coast from Rome. His car was found being driven by a young, 17 year old, street hustler, Giuseppe "Pino the frog" Pelosi.

  • Writer/Director: Craig Boreham
    © Australian Film Television and Radio School
The Bunker

Lila and her best friend walk home from school along the coast discussing boys and sex. They bump into some boys they know and follow them to an old, crumbling war bunker on a cliff. Lila decides she is going to loose her virginity that afternoon.

  • Writer/Director: Kate Vinen

One is never enough.

Tom has never been kissed. When his best friend offers his girlfriend to practice with, tom's desire suddenly awakens, changing the trio's friendship forever.

  • Writer/Director: Alex Murawski
    © Australian Film Television and Radio School
The Bind

Carmen, a corporate lawyer, is recovering from a horrific car accident.

Housebound, she's determined to return to work -- but the more she tries to regain control of her life and put the past behind her, the more something in the house wants her to re-live that fateful event.

  • Writer/Director: Michael Chrisoulakis
    Co-Writer: Edmund Jory
The Eye of the Beholder

If a drum beats, a dancer must dance.

  • Writer/Director: Megan Riakos
Blue Monday

When you're sixteen and invincible the world can turn on its head in a single day and Alexis likes to push it as far as it will go.

But this day might be the day that it all comes crashing down.

  • Writer/Director: Craig Boreham
    Co-Writer: Miles Szanto

In spite of her letter being sent back Grace wont give up on seeing her birth mother face to face and drives across the country to see her.

  • Writer/Director: Liz Cooper

50-50 follows Nellie Cameron, a real life prostitute famous on the streets of Sydney in the 1920's and 30's. Nellie is enjoying the perks of her world, the drugs, the money, the fame, but in her game she can't afford love.

  • Writer/Director: Megan Riakos
    © Australian Film Television and Radio School

Things are changing for Mik. His world has been turned upside down by the sudden death of his big brother forcing him to redefine his place in his family and the world. The one solid thing in Mik's life is his best friend Dan. But Dan has a new girlfriend…

  • Writer/Director: Craig Boreham
Waiting for Eternity

Two souls meet at a gateway to eternity. One bound for Heaven the other for a self imposed hell.

  • Writer/Director: Tony Bosch
I Put A Line Through You

Q's life changes with a poem.

  • Writer/Director: Benedict Samuel
Teenage Kicks

In the summer of his 17th year, Mik Varga's world has come tumbling down. His plan to run away and escape the hold of his migrant family has been brutally undone by the unexpected death of his older brother, Tomi. Only Mik knows the events that led to the tragedy and as far as he can see there is only one person to blame. Himself.

  • Writer/Director: Craig Boreham

These aren't the squeaky teenagers we are used to seeing on our screens. They are the Gen-Y kids from the notorious suburb of Camblewood in Sydney's West.

Without a common goal, Gen-Y finds connection through their hedonism. The heart of the show's drama is in the relationships – sex, drugs and partying just happen to be a big part of their lives.

  • Created by: Craig Boreham & Miles Szanto
Darker After Midnight

A young property agent preparing a deceased estate for auction is confronted by its dark and haunted history. Desperate to begin her career, she begins preparing the estate. However, she soon discovers a terrifying presence haunts her from within the shadows and her troubled past has caught up with her.

  • Writer/Director: Michael Chrisoualakis
    Co-Writer: Edmund Jory

In a foreign land, they work hard and play harder….

Four handsome, rich and successful men work hard and play harder in a foreign land, finding new ways to deal with being the exotic playthings for the locals.

  • Created by: Annmaree J Bell
The Last Reprieve

In a new America, where freedom is born, one brother fights for his family's liberty.

With only truth on his side, William must fight the lies, the storms and the law to save his innocent sister Elizabeth from execution. The Last Reprieve is a harrowing drama that personifies the moment when Justice and the Law divide and the line between right and wrong becomes blurred.

  • Writer: Megan Riakos

A new game unites four teenage friends.

Skymaze lures them into a compellingly beautiful but dangeruous world in which their own real life problems are chillingly relfected.

  • Based on Gillian Rubinsteins book Skymaze. Screenplay by Natalia Amoore