In Films is an AACTA, Rose d'Or and Walkley-winning production house, established in 2013 by Nial Fulton and Ivan O’Mahoney. The company has built a fearsome reputation for producing award-winning social justice documentaries with unprecedented access and compelling story-telling.
Our work spans documentary, drama and entertainment and has been recognised with major international and Australian awards. Our customers include Netflix, ABC, SBS, BBC, Channel 4, National Geographic, HBO, Al Jazeera and many others.
In 2021 our feature documentary Firestarter: The Story of Bangarra won a Rose d'Or, the AACTA Documentary Award, the Walkley Documentary Award and every major Australian film & television award. The film continues to screen in festivals around the world.
In Films boasts a successful and diverse slate of films, including the critically acclaimed Walkley-winning series Revelation; the groundbreaking AACTA and Walkley-winning Hitting Home; theatrical documentary Unseen Skies; six-part true crime series The Queen & Zak Grieve; the explosive US series on undocumented immigration Borderland; ABC arts documentaries Making Muriel and Matilda & Me and colonial ABC drama The Outlaw Michael Howe. In 2002, In Films produced the podcast Bloodguilt for Audible.
We are proud to collaborate with some of the finest journalists in Australia, including Sarah Ferguson, Tony Jones, Dan Box, Yaara Bou Melhem and Jessica Halloran. To date, our films have won three Walkley Documentary awards for their ground-breaking journalism, the most of any Australian production company.
The hallmark of all our productions is a steadfast commitment to quality, innovation and world class story-telling. We aim to achieve critical and commercial success without sacrificing style or authenticity.
In Films proudly supports diversity behind and in front of the camera.