We have the local knowledge you need, and know what it takes to film in Fiji

Our local experience means we can precisely determine what equipment, crew and talent can be relied on locally. Just ask US agency producer Mary Crosse about filming pristine reefs for an S&P film. We can also supply all else needed to execute your project out of our PSN Australia film hub.

TBS | Wrecked promo

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“They always deliver. Every time VictorHouse needs a job that requires a flexible yet solid team, we know we can trust them to come through and roll with the punches to satisfy all our needs and capture excellent content. They often go above and beyond the call of duty in the most difficult of circumstances. Highly recommend.”
Ty Clancey, Writer, Director, Producer VictorHouse Films

Client: TBS
Campaign: Wrecked promo
Director: Ty Clancey
DoP: Ben Shirley
Market: USA
Production Company: Victor House Films
Production Service: Taxi Film Production
Service Producer: Imogen Dick, Mark Bishop
Location: Fiji

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With over 25 years’ experience in the industry, Andrew Wareham is a trusted partner and mentor. He has been instrumental in shaping the careers of some of Australia’s top producers and directors and has been the driving force behind multiple award-winning, multinational campaigns.

[cont.] From its humble beginnings in 2001, Andrew has spearheaded positioning his production and service company into the considerable powerhouse that it is today. Through his forward-thinking and creative approach, Andrew has expanded capacities to encompass an assortment of enterprises in Australia and his native Fiji that are fit for today’s dynamically evolving landscape.

Andrew loves nothing more than a good chat, meeting new people, and supporting emerging leaders in the industry.

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