Mystery Road Season 2
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Catch Up On Past Episodes
AACTA Awards for Sweet Country and Mystery Road put Indigenous stories centre stage - ABC News - according to Abc
Both Sweet Country and Mystery Road come out of Bunya Productions, capping off a bumper year for the company, which recently won Breakthrough Business of the Year at the Screen Producers Australia Awards.
Aactas 2018: Sweet Country and Ladies in Black lead early categories - per Theguardian
Another major winner on Monday was Ladies In Black, starring Rachael Taylor, which won three out of the four categories it was nominated for, including best costume design and best original music score.
'Mystery Road' sets a new high for ABC's iview - via If
Hence the ABC will continue the strategy of making shows such as Mystery Road available for binge viewing on iview at the same time as the broadcast premiere. “We can take risks with our scheduling which the commercial networks can’t,” he said.
Mystery Road is the supergroup of Indigenous television - via Smh
Off screen, Rachel Perkins, one of the most significant makers of film and television in the country, directs the entire series. It's produced by Bunya Productions, a team that includes Ivan Sen, who created the character of Jay Swan (Pedersen) for the 2013 film Mystery Road and its 2016 sequel Goldstone. The ABC's Sally Riley, who has done so much to bring Indigenous drama to the small screen, is an executive producer.
The Judy factor: Davis returns to Australian TV on ABC's Mystery Road - by Smh
Directed by Rachel Perkins and shot over 10 weeks, largely in and around Kununurra where daytime temperatures ranged from high 30s to mid-40s, Mystery Road exudes a potent sense of place. It also adds a new chapter to the screen life of Indigenous police detective Jay Swan (Aaron Pedersen), who appeared in Ivan Sen's films, Mystery Road (2013) and Goldstone (2016).