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 with strong narratives and compelling characters. Our stories not only entertain, but lead to real-world change through their messaging and impact.
Our work to date includes two series of the Emmy Award-winning children’s show First Day (ABC, Hulu), impactful short form projects Goober and Unboxed, and the groundbreaking online series Wastelander Panda.
We provide the structure, strategy and support for highly motivated creatives to produce iconic screen stories with high audience appeal, drawn from their personal values and unique lived experience. We stand behind authenticity, generosity and fairness in everything we do, from the stories we tell on screen to the way we create them.
Alongside our own projects, Kirsty Stark works collaboratively with other production companies on projects shooting in South Australia, including 13x AACTA winner Stateless (Co-producer, Matchbox Pictures), and feature film A Month of Sundays (Producer, Madman Production Company).
If you are looking to shoot in South Australia or would like to discuss other opportunities for collaboration, please get in touch!
Kirsty Stark co-founded Epic Films in 2010 and began producing in 2012 with Wastelander Panda. She has worked in the film industry for more than a decade, initially as a freelance camera assistant and cinematographer before moving into production.
Her producing credits include children’s series First Day (ABC ME), Stateless (co-producer for Matchbox Pictures, ABC), Goober, Unboxed and Wastelander Panda: Exile for ABC iview and the feature film A Month of Sundays (Madman Production Company).
Kirsty has presented at SXSW and TEDxAdelaide, and received multiple awards for her work. Epic Films was named the Screen Producers Australia “Breakthrough Business of the Year” in 2016.