Phoebe Tonkin and Jacki Weaver in Bloom, photo courtesy of Stan, photographed by Micky Doherty
Glen recently wrote the feature film I Met a Girl, a romantic comedy-drama starring Brenton Thwaites and Lily Sullivan (directed by Luke Eve and produced by Adam Dolman) which will have its world festival premiere at Busan in 2020.
He created, wrote and executive produced two seasons of the supernatural drama series Bloom (Stan/Playmaker Media/Sony International) starring Jacki Weaver, Bryan Brown and Phoebe Tonkin, and which won the Logie for most outstanding mini-series in 2019. He has written the feature film Modern Love – the true story of iconic artist, Sidney Nolan’s love affair with art patrons, Sunday and John Reed – to be directed by Rachel Ward and produced by Richard Keddie and Stephen Luby. In 2017 he wrote the web series comedy-drama High Life, starring Odessa Young, which screened on Channel Nine in Australia, Fullscreen in the US, BBC Three in the UK, and won the C21 International Drama Award.
He previously wrote the TV movies, Hawke, for Network Ten, based on the controversial life of former Prime Minster, Bob Hawke (winning an Australian Writers’ Guild Award and three Australian Film Institute Awards, including for best telemovie or mini-series) and The Mystery of a Hansom Cab for the ABC, adapted from the 19th century classic novel. His other television credits include the animated series Flipper & Lopaka, the puppet series Li’l Horrors, the sci-fi series Silversun, the dramas Head Start and Always Greener, the UK’s longest running crime drama The Bill (ITV), the Cartoon Network sitcom My Spy Family and RTE’s IFTA-award winning medical series The Clinic, the highest rating Irish drama. He is currently developing an original series for Warner Brothers Television in the US.
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