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Caldwell Entertainment is fast developing a name as one of the leading Australian Film & Television Production Companies, excelling in the conception, execution and delivery of feature films, TV commercials, music videos, corporates and live performance capture.

Caldwell Entertainment

Caldwell Entertainment has been active within Australia's film and television industry since 2007, servicing entertainment, corporate and SME clients.

Our versatility on location and in the edit suite means we're as comfortable working on flash-cut music videos as precise corporate projects. The company's corporate work covers industries including health, retail, education, leisure and trades. CE has delivered TVCs, training and instructional videos, corporate promos and web content for clients including Queensland University of Technology, M-Tech Marine Technologies, Business Network International - Paradise Chapter, Bravehearts, the Queensland Government, Gold Coast City Council, McLaughlins Lawyers, AC-TEC Services and Drake International.

Within the entertainment sphere, CE has produced feature and short films, television content, music videos, showreels, behind-the-scenes/EPK material and captured live performances and events. CE's first feature film, Bad Behaviour, a serial killer thriller starring John Jarratt (Wolf Creek, Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained), was released in Australia early 2013. Bad Behaviour was official selection at the Australian Film Festival in Sydney and Cinequest in San Jose, California, one of North America's top 10 film festivals and has won six international festival awards.

In 2014 CE teamed with Purryburry Productions to produce “Gifted” starring Cameron Robbie (brother of Hollywood star Margot Robbie) and Nicholas Hamilton (Captain Fantastic, Stephen King’s It remake). This short film had world-wide media interest, so to follow up “Gifted,” Purryburry and CE will team together again in 2017 to produce the feature film, “Stream,” which already has John Noble (Lord of the Rings, Elementary, Fringe) attached to star as the lead role.