Richard Keddie is a prominent Australian film and television producer. His highly-regarded productions have been widely celebrated for over a decade, and recognised with numerous awards and industry accolades.
Richard Keddie’s journey to the top - becoming one of the most respected figures in the Australian entertainment industry - is illuminating and inspiring.
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Oddball and the Penguins (2015) is Richard’s latest offering - based on a heart-warming true story, it is already much loved and destined to be an Australian classic.
Documentaries: Richard began, like so many renowned film-makers, with documentaries - his first credit as producer came for the documentary Outnumbered in 1998.
Awards: His first major industry recognition was in 2001 when his production of Wonderboy was nominated by the Australian Film Institute for Best documentary.
That same year Richard produced the widely-praised telemovie My Brother Jack which won the AACTA award for Best Telefeature or Miniseries. Richard’s next production, After the Deluge, was honoured with this same award again in 2003.
Richard won the AACTA for best Telefeature or Miniseries again in 2010 for Hawke.
Feature film: 2005 saw Richard produce his first major feature film - the gritty realist drama Little Fish starring Cate Blachett, Sam Neill and Hugo Weaving (nominated for AACTA and IF Award for Best Feature).