Taylor Media

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Taylor Media is an Australian film and television production company founded in 1991 by Sue Taylor. The company has produced children's dramas (Minty, Southern Cross, Time Trackers), mini-series (The Shark Net), documentaries (Courting With Justice), feature films (Last Train to Freo, Looking for Grace, The Tree and Three Summers.[1])[2]


Sue Taylor has been a filmmaker for over twenty five years, She established her own company, Taylor Media in Australia in 2001. A graduate in Anthropology from London University, she began her career as a journalist in the UK before moving to Perth, Australia and into television production in the early 1980s.


Sue Taylor later produced a book documenting the recollections from childhood to old age of Ethel May Elvin who was born in 1906 in a poor working-class family and lived to the start of the 21st century.[3]


  1. ^ Ward, Sarah (13 August 2017). "'Three Summers': Melbourne Review". Screen Daily. Retrieved 25 January 2021.
  2. ^ Lodge, Guy (3 September 2015). "Venice Film Review: 'Looking for Grace'". Variety. Retrieved 25 January 2021.
  3. ^ Jellied Eels and Zeppelins

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