An ordinary Aussie, a big bank, an outrageous true story….

Luke ‘Milky’ Moore is a fun-loving Australian country boy who transforms into a high-rolling playboy, a prison inmate, and a successful criminal lawyer – all because of a bank error.

Milky’s story starts in a dark place. After the 2008 stock market crash, Milky loses his job, life savings, suffers serious injury in a massive car accident, and struggles to make his house payments. And of course, his girlfriend leaves him. But at this lowest point, his bank accidentally throws him a lifeline. It starts automatically making house payments without deducting money from his account and if he withdraws money it isn’t detected. Milky thinks fate has given him a second chance. He moves to the Miami of Australia: the Gold Coast and the money just keeps on coming. Two million dollars later he’s the king of the party scene where every night it’s strippers, fast cars, drugs, and new friends. But how long can the party last before the law catches up to him?

Narrated by comedian Jim Jefferies, hear this great Australian ripping yarn directly from the people who lived it. This unique comedy documentary will have you on the edge of your seat, laughing, crying, appalled, and entertained, but dying to hear how much deeper s##t Milky can get himself into.

Listen to MILKY MOORE podcast here


27-year-old Joey is released from prison and returns home to the Fitzroy community housing flats in the hopes of reuniting with his girlfriend, Rachol, and the young son he’s never met. But life in the community didn’t stay paused whilst Joey served time, and Rachol isn’t thrilled to see him, especially as he seems to be straight back to his old ways, under the bad influence of his best friend Troy. The six-part series stars real residents of inner-city Melbourne’s community housing in their first acting roles.

Funded by Screen Australia.

Screen Australia presents A Princess Pictures production

Starring Will Weatheritt Jessie Pulis Ciaran Griffiths Adut Miar Tommy Bisset Jeff McNair

Production Design Renee Schulz DOP Matt Weatheritt 1st AD & Assistant Producer Maria Tevelis

Produced by Mike Cowap Executive Producers Laura Waters Emma Fitzsimons

Written, Directed, Produced & Edited by Darren L. Downs and Will Weatheritt


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THE FORMAL is a schoolyard mockumentary series following two very different girls as they plan the biggest night of the year, nay, the biggest night of their lives: the Year 12 Formal. While Monique feels the pressure to plan the perfect event, Hannah is more focused on her developing crush on Monique.

Princess Pictures developed and produced Series 1 of The Formal with support from Tiktok. Later seasons were produced by Sarah Lang for Monique Terry and Hannah-Rae Meegan’s Slag Productions with assistance from Screen Australia.

Watch THE FORMAL here


Smiling Friends Inc. is a small company whose main purpose is to bring happiness and make people smile. The series follows the day-to-day lives and misadventures of its representatives, the lazy, cynical Charlie, and the cheerful, optimistic Pim, as they try to cheer up and comfort the troubled people who call their company’s hotline. They receive seemingly simple requests but the jobs turn out to be more complicated than they seem, making it difficult to bring happiness to the world.

The Orchard

At the edge of an old orchard, on the grounds of an exclusive private girls’ school, a teenage boy is found dead. Was it murder, suicide, or something else?

Disaffected police detective and struggling single parent, Adam Durwood, is assigned to investigate, but the closer he looks the more the facts don’t add up. At the centre of the mystery are three beguiling and manipulative teenagers who seem to know much more than they should, and are slowly drawing Adam into a web he can’t see….

Blending crime drama and supernatural mystery, The Orchard, staring Eric Bana, is a ground-breaking Audible Original series immersing audiences in a haunting tale of memory, myth and unnatural forces.

Listen to The Orchard here

Laura Waters

Laura Waters founded Princess Pictures in 2003 driven by a vision to support creative ideas, pushing audiences to see the world in new ways.

Born in the US, she studied at Boston University and produced current affairs and documentary television in London and LA. She’s produced all five of Chris Lilley’s ABC/HBO/BBC comedy series, We Can Be HeroesSummer Heights HighAngry BoysJa’mie: Private School Girl and Jonah From Tonga, as well as Chris’s most recent series, Lunatics for Netflix.

Laura has overseen the production of a range of groundbreaking series with recent productions including: ABC ME’s ‘vlogumentary’ series My Year 7 Life and My Year 12 Life; the award-winning documentary, The Graceland Happiness Project; Foxtel’s sketch comedy show Open Slather; landmark series from John Clarke, Sporting Nation and The Sounds of Aus; John Safran’s look at cross-cultural love, Race Relations and his documentary on the 2016 Australian vote The Goddam Election!; Peter Helliar’s acclaimed comedy anthology It’s a Date and feature film I Love You TooAustralia’s first Aboriginal sitcom, 8MMM; and Outlanda comedy series about gay science fiction fans. Currently she is delivering a unique comedy/documentary/musical series to the ABC written by Andrew Hansen and Chris Taylor from The Chaser and developing as many mind-boggling things as she can handle.

Recently Princess partnered with the acclaimed animation company Bento Box to not only produce original Australian adult animation, but also establish a studio based in Melbourne. Currently Princess Bento is in production on several animated series, including Yolo and Smiling Friends for Adult Swim, and Koala Man for Hulu.

Laura has won two TV Logie awards, one AFI award, the NYC Webfest and been nominated for dozens of international television awards for various Princess Pictures productions.

Wokashama Films


Ross Noble and Professor Shania Coddle join forces to host The Unnatural History Show, a nature-watch series with a fantastical twist. The series documents a truly once-in-a-lifetime spectacle; the magical hatching of the elusive and deadly Ferrototo Worm. Nature is all around us. It’s above our heads and it’s below our feet. It’s crawling around in our body hair and requires special shampoo to be destroyed. Mother Nature can be found hiding around every corner and in every crevice, just waiting to be discovered… LET’S FIND THAT MOTHER!


Emma Fitzsimons

Emma Fitzsimons has been working in the film and television industry for 17 years as an executive producer and lawyer. She is a partner at Princess Pictures and works across its entire slate as Managing Director.

She has executive produced the landmark unscripted series My Year 12 Life and My Year 7 Life as well as a number of scripted projects including Yolo Crystal Fantasy, The Divorce, Superwog S1 & S2, How to Stay Married S1, S2 & S3, The Slot and the Emmy Award nominated Wrong Kind of Black. Having previously worked for UK broadcaster Channel 4, global production company ITV/Granada and children’s TV production and distribution specialists, the ACTF, Emma is experienced in all aspects of content development and financing.


SUPERWOG are Australia’s best- known and best-loved culturally diverse comedy duo. In late 2018 they released their first 7-episode half-hour comedy series, which quickly became the most watched scripted TV half-hour comedy in Australia that year.


The much-anticipated second season of SUPERWOG picks up where the first season left off, following teenage outsiders, Superwog and Johnny, who must overcome the adversity that stems from their ethnic heritage in a bid to stand out while still fitting in.

Superwog and Johnny are codependent best friends, struggling to make the leap from adolescence to young adulthood. The boys spend their time watching porn, fighting with their parents, and obsessively chasing chicks with little to no success. Their distorted views of the world, risky judgements and dubious decision-making skills often lead them to trouble, with mayhem inevitably following as the pair strive to fit in and gain social standing in a predominately ‘Aussie’ society.

Off the back of their hit ABC TV / #1 YouTube trending first season, the second season dives further into Superwog’s world and volatile family unit, exploring themes like father and son rivalry, the pursuit of women, friendship and loyalty, family relationships, cultural comparison, and social status, all interwoven with stories from familiar characters from their highly successful YouTube videos.