JUNGLE - AU
Chloe Rickard is one of Australia’s most dynamic and innovative comedy Producers. A Partner and Head of Production at Jungle, she has produced two seasons of Here Come the Habibs (Nine Network), No Activity (Stan’s first original commission) and Soul Mates (ABC/NBC Universal), along with The Moodys, A Moody Christmas, Elegant Gentlemen’sGuide to Knife Fighting, and over 200 television commercials.
She is currently developing the feature film The Murderous Urges of Ordinary Women andthe dramedy series Holy Cow, both funded by Screen Australia. Chloe is a recipient of Screen Australia’s Enterprise Growth program with the Van Vuuren Bros.
Chloe recently gained her Masters of Screen Arts & Business from AFTRS, in which she was awarded the Foxtel New Media Innovation Prize and is a member of the Screen Tasmania Advisory Board, as appointed by the Minister for the Arts.
HEAD OF PRODUCTION (FILM & TV), JUNGLE – AU
A look at the rapidly changing and ever evolving comedy landscape. With Australian comedy suddenly on everywhere – the ABC, commercial TV, streaming services, cable, online and even overseas – is it easier to get one up? And what are each of these platforms looking for? Speakers: Andy Ryan – Co-Head of Drama, Nine Network Rick […]
Media platforms are multiplying. The barriers between audience and content are eroding. To cut through and reach our audience, we need to better understand who that audience is, what they want, and what content they are responding to. This panel explores how global market leaders like Netflix and AMC/Sundance are using audience engagement research to […]