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 is currently producing Ivan Sen’s Loveland and Leah Purcell’s The Drovers Wife.
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.