An Adelaide (South Australian) based Independent Film & TV production Company.

Cosmic Productions was first formed in 2003 to shoot a short film called “The COSMIC SNAG”, a 10 minute comedy.

It was shot on a low budget of $4000 and was shown at the Mercury Cinema as part of the “Zoom” shorts film festival in 2004, and at the Marion Cultural Centre some time much later.

Oct 2008 was the beginning of the development of the concept of doing a TV series called “Acting Up” (Previously “Players”), during which seven or eight one hour long commercial episodes has been written for the series. There are also thirteen half hour adaptations.

In December 2011 the production team produced the 5 minute promo of “Acting Up” which you can check out by clicking here

The wish-list is to produce this TV series here in Adelaide, South Australia, using local actors and crew.

Meantime, using a few different crews, we produced two new web series, the first one of eight episodes was about the angels Lucifer and Raphael who looked for people with one of the seven deadly sins, and invited them to a party in three months time, but they had to have replaced the sin with a Heavenly virtue. This was called “Nobody’s Perfect.” The second one, of three episodes, was called “Jo-Anne, Spirit Guide.” This was entered in a number of Film Festivals and accepted as a finalist in Oaxaca Beach, Mexico, and also accepted into the Director’s circle of shorts in Pennsylvania, U.S. Both were very low budget productions.

2021, two new episodes of “Jo-Anne, Spirit Guide” were shot in the Design Works studios at Somerton Park, and are presently being edited by Margie and Nigel Galliver, who own the studios. They have made a feature called “Atlantis Untold,” which they are still in the process of marketing.

Presently a Novella, seeking a publisher, is based on another script, “Pan’s Protegee”, a feature film about how past lives inherit Karma which affects relationships as they re-incarnate anew. This has supernatural elements within it.

There are also three other feature film scripts not as yet produced, and my wish is to produce these scripts sometime in the future. One is a romantic musical based on “Kismet”, a comedy called “Holy Strip,” and a light drama, “Channelling Michael.”

An Adelaide (South Australian) based independent film & TV production company