Hugh Piper

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Hugh Piper is an Australian documentary filmmaker and writer/director whose work has screened in festivals and appeared on many international television networks.


Outback Coroner. Multi part series about mysterious and unexplained deaths in remote locations around Australia

  • "Dancing With Dictators" about Australian publisher Ross Dunkley and his struggles in Burma set against the background of that country's first election in twenty years. [1]
  • MR SIN: The Abe Saffron Story about the man who brought Sinatra, Rock n Roll and organised crime to Australia.
  • The Post about Cambodia's Phnom Penh Post newspaper.
  • Double Concerto about classical music and politics.
  • Australia's Outback, a year in the life of an outback cattle station (narrated by Mel Gibson).
  • Cracking The Colour Code, a three-part French-Australian co-production taking a multi disciplinary approach to examining the science, anthropology, history and philosophy of colour.[2]
  • Submariners, a six-part series about a three-month journey in a Collins Class submarine from Perth, Western Australia to Korea Japan and Hawaii.
  • A Case For The Coroner - a six-part series examining the work of Coroner's Court of New South Wales and State Coroner John Abernethy and his search for the answers to unexplained deaths.
  • Crime Scene Bangkok, about the work of flamboyant forensic scientist Pornthip Rojanasunan who is fighting entrenched corruption to establish an effective forensic system in Thailand.