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Felicity Packard Felicity Packard i(A4225 works by)
Gender: Female
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Felicity Packard is an academic, screenwriter, producer and script editor. She has also lectured in creative writing at the University of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.

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form y separately published work icon Wolf Creek Australia : Screentime Emu Creek Pictures , 2016 9139518 2016 series - publisher film/TV horror

Series one: Mick Taylor terrorises and murders a family of American tourists–but teenage daughter Eve escapes and embarks on a plan of revenge.

Series two: Mick Taylor encounters a busload of international tourists.

2016 shortlisted AWGIE Awards Television Mini-Series - Original
form y separately published work icon ANZAC Girls ( dir. Ian Watson et. al. )agent Australia : Screentime ABC Television , 2013 Z1917858 2013 series - publisher film/TV 'In December 1914, the first women volunteers for the Army Nursing Service sailed from Australia bound for the Great War. Diverted to Egypt in preparation for the Gallipoli campaign they served in Alexandria, Gallipoli, Lemnos and on the Western Front. Through shocking hardship they experienced exceptional friendship, passionate love, success and heartbreak. ' (Source: Australian Television website)
2015 winner Equity Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Mini-Series/Telemovie
2014 winner AWGIE Awards Television Mini-Series - Adaptation
form y separately published work icon Underbelly : Badness ( dir. Tony Tilse et. al. )agent Australia : Screentime , 2012 Z1857598 2012 series - publisher film/TV crime

Underbelly: Badness chronicles the spider web of criminality spun by Anthony Perish and the quest by a dedicated team of police to bring him and his associates to justice. A feared underworld figure, Perish managed to maintain an almost non-existent public profile, which was only revealed when his connection to the murder of Terry Falconer, a former inmate of Sydney's Silverwater jail, brought him to the attention of Strike Force Tuno, which was formed to find Falconer's killers. Displaying an extraordinary level of perseverance and determination, Strike Force Tuno, led by Detective Inspector Jubelin spent ten years gathering the evidence that would finally see Perish brought to justice.'

(Source: Inside Film website)

2013 winner AWGIE Awards Television Mini-Series - Original
2013 nominated Logie Awards Most Outstanding Miniseries or Telemovie
2013 nominated
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