Four young girls from very different backgrounds are thrown together in an under-resourced, inner-city juvenile justice detention centre.
So far from home 10-year-old bolshy Mahlee from Brewarrina is secretly scared locked up with the older and hardened crew. 17-year-old Luana from Fairfield looks out for her, but finds it hard to see a way out of her own ‘Gangsta’ world and believes her fourth time in Juvie will …
Creative Producer & Story Creator Rebecca Ingram, has worked in the Australian film industry for over 15 years. Being a NSW regional based filmmaker this has been a tricky journey, and so her work has been diverse: from TV & Documentary work to management positions at film offices (including Screenworks), as well as Acquisitions Manager for an SVOD company.
However it is Rebecca’s unique TV drama concepts under her company ‘Migration Films’ that are now attracting the attention (including being optioned) of prominent Australian and international production companies. She was recently a recipient of Dame Changers ‘Mentor to Market program with her supernatural thriller ‘Secret Threads’ – which is currently in development with Story Producer Mike Jones and Playwright Michele Lee.
In 2017 Rebecca was selected as SPA’s ‘Ones to Watch’, as well as the recipient of Screenworks ‘Regional Producers Elevator Platform’.
Her Juvenile Justice crime thriller ‘Dog Box’ was a finalist for AWG’s 2016 Prime Time TV Series Competition and awarded the ADG’s Metro Screen Fellowship to take it to the USA Stowe Story Lab. Rebecca’s credits include working with successful companies such as Every Cloud Productions (Deadlock Series 1), and now Associate Producing for Magpie Pictures (Lois Randall) developing several exciting TV and feature films.
Rebecca is drawn to creating bold and unique female led stories that shed a light on worlds that aren’t usually explored on mainstream drama’s.