SHIFF & COMPANY
Julia Adams has acted as Executive Producer on a wide range of television series, particularly those made for kids, including The Bureau of Magical Things, Mako Mermaids and the international hit H2O – Just Add Waterall produced by Jonathan M Shiff Productions, as well as the animated series Balloon Barnyard from Like a Photon Creative, and Space Chickens in Space and The Day My Butt Went Psycho for Studio Moshi.
Julia is also a Partner with Shiff & Company, Lawyers in Melbourne, Australia where she practices extensively in entertainment law and has advised on and documented many local and international film and television projects, documentaries, and online series, with recent projects including the Stan original film The Second, SBS’s Homecoming Queens, and the Jacobson brothers feature Brothers’ Nest on which Julia was also an executive producer.
Kids TV – if you can get it financed – is kicking goals. Bluey launched to a rapturous reception from local audiences, The Bureau of Magical Things has signed a global deal with Nickelodeon and Mustangs FC is up for an International Emmy Award. But financing Australian children’s television has never been more difficult. This panel looks at international […]