Jungle Entertainment

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Jungle Entertainment
Industry Advertising, Marketing, Television, Film
Founded 2002
Headquarters Level 4, 113-115 Oxford Street Sydney, Australia
Number of locations
Sydney, Australia, Los Angeles, United States
Area served
World Wide
Key people
Jason Burrows, Courtney Gibson, Chloe Rickard, Trent O'Donnell, and Phil Lloyd.
Website http://www.jungleentertainment.com

Jungle Entertainment (formerly known as Jungleboys), is a production company owned by Executive Producer Jason Burrows, Writer / Director Trent O'Donnell, Writer/ Performer Phil Lloyd[1] and Head of Production Chloe Rickard. Jungle produces TV commercials, TV programs, and branded entertainment. The Sydney-based production company specialises in comedy.

Its directors include Trent O'Donnell, Scott Pickett, Al Morrow, Craig Melville, Christiaan Van Vuuren, Matt Moore, and Erik Van Wyk.[2] According to Campaign Brief, in 2013 Jungle was "one of the five top advertising production companies in Australia".[3]

Productions[edit]

     Programs with a shaded background indicate the program is still in production.

Title Network Years Notes
A Moody Christmas ABC 2012
The Elegant Gentleman's Guide to Knife Fighting ABC 2013 Co-production with ABC
The Moodys ABC 2014
No Activity Stan 2015-present
Here Come the Habibs Nine Network 2016-present
Mr. Inbetween FX Network 2018
Squinters Australian Broadcasting Corporation 2018
Sando Australian Broadcasting Corporation 2018

Awards[edit]

For comedy TV work, Jungle’s Director awards include Best Comedy AFIs, Best Director at ADGA, Best Narrative Comedy at AWGIE and Best Ensemble Comedy (Equity). Jungle won Breakthrough Business of The Year at the 2013 Screen Producers Australia Awards with the comedy The Moodys being nominated for Best Comedy at the Monte Carlo TV Awards. Jungle directors have won multiple local and international advertising awards including Gold Lions at Cannes, Gold Promax, Yellow Pencil, Oneshow, Clio and AWARD awards.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 18 October 2012. Retrieved 23 October 2012. 
  2. ^ http://www.jungleboys.com.au/
  3. ^ Michael Idato (28 March 2013). "Laughs at knife-point". Sydney Morning Herald. 

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