Award-winning film and television projects, made in Adelaide for the world stage.


Founded by Emmy Award-winning producer Kirsty Stark and based in Adelaide, Australia, Epic Films creates innovative film and television projects for traditional and digital platforms.Working collaboratively with writers, directors and producers, we deliver world-class projects that not only entertain, but lead to real-world change through their messaging and impact.Our work includes two series of the Emmy Award-winning children’s show First Day, impactful short form projects Goober and Unboxed, and the groundbreaking online series Wastelander Panda.


It’s Hannah Bradford’s first year of high school. As a 12 year-old transgender girl, Hannah not only has to navigate the challenges that come with starting a new school, but find the courage to live as her most authentic self.

An Emmy winning series, First Day has been recognised with multiple international awards, including a GLAAD Media Award, Kidscreen Award, Rose d’Or and BANFF Rockie Award.

Written & Directed by Julie Kalceff. Produced by Kirsty Stark, Kate Croser (S1) & Kate Butler (S2).

Wastelander Panda

Banished to the Wasteland after the violent death of a young girl, Isaac sets out to find a replacement child and reinstate his family into the Tribe of Legion.

Directed by Victoria Cocks. Written by Victoria Cocks, Matt Vesely & Mike Jones. Produced by Kirsty Stark & Nick Batzias.

Watch the full series of Wastelander Panda: Exile on YouTube:


A friendly Uber driver with autism confuses his passengers, makes his Dad proud, and struggles to ask his crush out on a date.

Written by Ben Crisp. Directed by Brendon Skinner & Simon Williams. Produced by Kirsty Stark.


Six gender diverse artists share the story of their experiences as a person and a creator, while undertaking a new artwork based on the theme “Unboxed.”

Written & Directed by Sam Matthews. Produced by Rebecca Elliott & Kirsty Stark.


If you are looking to shoot in South Australia or would like to discuss other opportunities for collaboration, please get in touch via email.We do not accept unsolicited scripts. If you have a project you would like us to produce, please introduce yourself first, or submit a one page outline for consideration.You can also reach out to Kirsty via Instagram or LinkedIn, or on CrewHQ.