We believe collaborating with mindful creatives is the first step of the creative process to help make movies that matter.
We welcome any independent creatives such as writers, graphic designers, composers, musicians, visual artists, animators, cinematographers, voice actors and any other individuals in any form of creative industry - if you have an idea to collaborate with Continuance Pictures and be part of our next project send us an email -
VISITOR is a creative technology studio that invites you to explore offerings in performance art, storytelling, organisational intelligence and automated cinematography. Since founding, VISITOR's works in the VR storytelling space have received a Sundance fellowship, their interactive AR and robotics projects have featured at Ars Electronica and have been seen at Cannes NEXT, Sheffield DocFest, MIFF, FoST and many other festivals.
Chris Pahlow is a Melbourne-based screenwriter, producer, and director. After releasing his first feature Play It Safe in 2015, he worked with Jaime Browne & Clayton Jacobson on the script for Brothers' Nest, which premiered at SXSW in 2018 and was described by RollingStone as the film that “could (and should) be the sleeper hit of the fest”. Chris is currently co-writing two other feature films with Clay, as well as developing a number of original film and TV projects.
Fleur Ferris spent sixteen years working in Police and Ambulance Services in Victoria and South Australia before her debut, Risk, was published by Penguin Random House Australia in 2015. Risk was nominated and won numerous awards, was published internationally and became an Australian Top 10 Bestseller. Risk was adapted to stage by a secondary school in Sweden and that adaptation, Risk: the play, is licensed and available to schools and drama clubs. Fleur’s second book, Black, came out in 2016 and quickly became Australia’s number one bestselling YA “new release” of 2016 and was optioned for film. Wreck, Fleur’s third crime thriller for young adults, was released in 2017. Found, another action thriller, will be released in July, 2018. Fleur has recently undertaken studies in screenwriting, is co-writing the screenplay adaptation of Black and is working on her next novel which will be released in July 2019.
Connor Fairclough is a writer, producer and director based in Australia. Since studying at the Australian Film Television and Radio School in 2014, he has accumulated multiple awards on his various short films. At the age of 17 he moved to Sydney to study at the Australian Film Television and Radio School. He graduated film school in 2014 as a writer/director with his existing film winning both "Most Creative Entry" and "Most Commercial Appeal" awards at IFF 2014. In July 2015, his short documentary "From Dan To DanDaLion" won "Judges Choice: Most Innovative Film" at the F.O.A International Film Festival. Connor wrote, directed and produced his first tele-movie in 2016 which showcased multiple well know Australian comedians and personalities. The tele-movie, "Head Above Water” was purchased by the Nine Network and airing on Channel 9Go as well as streamed on Stan in 2017. He has had a wide range of experience in both film, television and radio and looks to continue this into the future.