Greer Simpkin

Co-Managing Director and Producer Bunya Productions

Greer Simpkin joined Bunya Productions as Producer and Head of Television in March 2015 after many years working in editorial and production roles in broadcasting – ABC (Australia) and Channel 4 (UK). 

Since joining Bunya, Greer has produced the award-winning television drama series  Mystery Road (series 1 and 2) and the award-winning feature films  Sweet Country  and  Goldstone.  Greer was an Executive Producer on the feature film  Jasper Jones.  She was a producer on the feature film, High Ground, starring Simon Baker, which screened in a Gala Presentation at the 2020 Berlin Film Festival. Greer also produced Ivan Sen’s Loveland and Leah Purcell’s The Drovers Wife and is currently producing Mystery Road: Origin and True Colours.

Greer has also produced a number of documentaries  including The Troublesome Priest  for the ABC, the VR film  Every King Tide  for SBS and the drama/doc series  Blue Water Empire for the ABC as well as the feature documentary  Sanctuary,  which received a Special Mention and came fourth place in the Audience Award at the 2019 Sydney Film Festival.   She is currently producing the feature documentary  The Leadership  (one of 6 Good Pitch Australia finalists in 2016).   

Greer was Deputy Head of Fiction at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation for 5 years, where she was instrumental in commissioning  a large slate of new dramas and narrative comedies and was  an  Executive Producer of  The Code,  The Secret River,  Parer’s War,  Serangoon Road  and  Hiding. 

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