© 2019  by EG Productions

 FILM and video

 Overview

With over 40 years combined production experience, out team offer the highest standards of professional film and video production services, both professionally and ethically. We have a broad range of government and non-government clients who entrust us with realising their vision time after time. Below are a small sample of some of our productions. Many more may be viewed via our youtube channel.
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 videos
 sharing a heartbeat

Client: RHD Australia / Menzies School of Health Research

Year of production: 2017

Running Time: 12:59

This video tells the story of a young woman with Rheumatic Heart Disease who is contemplating having a baby. The story provides information on all the things you need to consider when having a baby if you have RHD.  Produced by EG Productions with first time producer Kenya McAdam Roberts.

 THE TCU Difference

Client: TCU

Year of production: 2016

Running Time: 5:21

This video shows the difference between using TCU Credit Union as opposed to mainstream banks in a remote indigenous community.

 tcu: banking for the bush

Client: TCU

Year of production: 2016

Running Time: 3:41

Short video telling the story of the Traditional Credit Union providing remote banking services.

 djambatjthi (Becoming Wise)

Client: NT PHN

Year of production: 2016

Running Time: 17:14

This video tells the story of a young yolngu man returning to community after mental health treatment and how he is supported in his community.

* Finalist in SAE ATOM Awards 2016 for Best Indigenous Resource

 working for spirit, mind and soul

Client: NT PHN

Year of production: 2015

Running Time: 31:27

This video was developed to show how indigenous enterprises are helping to shape the wellbeing and mental health of people involved in these businesses.

 let's start

Client: Menzies School of Health Research

Year of production: 2014

Running Time: 17:14

An overview of the Lets Start program developed by Menzies School of Health Research to assist young aboriginal children in their transition to school.

 Life Giving Music and Dance

Client: NT Medicare Local

Year of production: 2014

Running Time: 33:08

This video was driven by key figures in the communities of Galiwin'ku and Milingimbi, telling the story in Djambarrpuynu of how music, dancing and singing can improve your mental health, showing the significance of music and dance for Yolgnu people as the vital ingredients that provide the identity and resilience necessary for community members to maintain good mental Health.

As seen on NITV.