Bryan Cockerill is a Company Director and founder of The Full Box. His career spans nearly thirty years in Australian television, working with the ABC, Channel 7, 9 and 10 networks as both a writer and producer. Bryan has created and developed programmes, from idea to execution and produced content and programming for many production companies and television networks in Australia and around the world.

The Full Box is currently in production of two factual crime series for the Nine Network Australia, due to launch in February 2019.

In 2017 Bryan series post-produced three comedy special for Netflix and Active TV and in 2016-2017 The Full Box produced the factual series Cyberhatewith Tara Moss for ABC Australia. Bryan was Director, Co-Writer and Co-EP. The program has aired on ABC1, ABC2 and is currently streaming on IView.

Bryan was creator, writer and the Executive Producer of both series of Tough Nuts: Australia’s Hardest Criminalsfor Crime + Investigation Australia and The Kangaroo Gang: Thieves by Appointment for BBCW, which was broadcast on UKTV and BBC Knowledge. The series has also aired on ABC1 and has been sold internationally. Tough Nuts, series 1 was nominated for an ASTRA award – Best Documentary category.

In 2015 – 2016 TFB produced two series of the lifestyle and entertainment show Let’s do Coffee. Both series were broadcast in Australia on Network TEN and on Ch ONE and LDC has been sold internationally. Bryan wrote and directed both series.

Bryan also writes, direct and produces advertising campaigns and promos for commercial clients and TV networks, as well as writing and developing comedy and drama series, collaborating with creative teams, taking these projects to markets locally and internationally.

Bryan is a member of the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, SPA and AACTA and as a producer has been nominated for both Logie and ASTRA Awards.


Company Director & Founder

CRIME PAYS – The true crime genre boom and why audiences are obsessed with the dark side of human nature

Conference Hall 3, Level 2

From TV docos, docu-dramas, scripted, podcast and streaming we can’t get enough of bad blood, evil deeds and injustice. This panel uncovers how the true crime genre, scripted and factual, has grown and matured from late night fringe content to a prime time, broadcast, streaming and podcast phenomenon. We’ll peer into the dark recesses of […]