JULIE MONEY – director

Julie is an award-winning director with a long list of credits including a feature film, short films, television drama, television commercials, children’s television and children’s theatre.

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Julie Money | Australian TV Director

Her work has been awarded and recognised at Cannes and by the Australian Film Institute,  Mobius, ATV, Award, Axis, Atom, Sydney Theatre Award and the “IF” Independent Spirit Award.

Her film work has been screened to national and international acclaim at the Toronto International Film Festival, Cannes marketplace, London, Oberhausen in Germany, Boston, San Francisco, St Louis and St Kilda film festivals.

Here are some comments film critics have made about Julie and her work:

“Debut director Julie Money shows remarkable assurance with material rarely tackled in Australian cinema.” (Richard Kuipers, Urban Cinefile).
“Australian helmer Julie Money makes a highly intriguing feature directorial debut in “Envy,” (Variety).
“Julie Money shows real skill in delivering a taut drama about the fragile world of suburbia” (Margaret Pomeranz, The Movie Show, SBS TV).
“Money teases and intrigues with the confidence of a Steven Soderbergh” (Des Partridge, Brisbane Courier Mail)




Home and Away

Producer: Seven Network


Producer: Fremantle Media

Wonderland  (Series 2)

Producer: Freemantle Media

Sam Fox: Extreme Adventures

Producer: SLR Productions

Mind Over Maddie

Producer: Disney Channel

Finalist ASTRA Awards

Play School

ABC TV (Australia) Series Producer/Director for over 250 episodes.

The Upside Down Show

Starring: David Collins, Shane Dundas (The Umbilical Brothers), Amanda Bishop
Producers: Blink Films/Nickelodeon/Sesame Workshop
Logie win for Most Outstanding Children’s Program
Parents Choice Award (US)
AFI Nomination for Best Children’s Television Drama

Out There 2

Producers: Blink Films/ABC/ BBC/ Sesame Street Workshop
AFI Award for Best Children’s Television Drama
AFI Award for Best Young Actor
Logie win for Most Outstanding Children’s Program

Police Rescue

Starring: Gary Sweet, Steve Bastoni, Sonia Todd, John Clayton, Tami MacIntosh
Producer: Southern Star Xanadu
Logie winner for Most Popular Drama

The New Adventures of Skippy

Starring: Andrew Clarke, Fiona Shannon, Moya O’Sullivan
Producer: McMahon & Lake

A Country Practice

Starring: Georgie Parker, Shane Porteous
Producers: JNP Productions/The Seven Network

Australia’s Most Wanted

Producers: Grundy Television Aust./The Seven Network

Pack of Women

Producer:  ABC TV
Televised version of stage show written by Robyn Archer



Feature Film – envy

Starring: Linda Cropper, Annalise Phillips, Scott Major, Jeff Truman. Invited to the 1999 Toronto International Film Festival. Finalist “IF” Independent Spirit Award. Screened at Raindance Film Festival, London. Oldenberg, Germany, St Louis and Boston, USA, Cannes Marketplace, and WOW Festival, Sydney.http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0138420/. Released on dvd by Magna Pacific. Screened on Showtime.



Director with The Film Business.  Received various international and national awards and commendations including Cannes, Mobius, Award and ATV.

Director with Window Productions. 

Director with Dragonslayer and the Australian Film Company.

Director/owner dna films.


Short Films

Out of Control

Producer: Film Australia

One Wild Weekend with The Lonesome Rustler

St Kilda Film Festival / Winner Illumination Films Prize
Sydney Film Festival / Finalist Greater Union Award


Finalist AFI Awards


Winner Best Film/Oberhausen FilmMadrid Film Festival screeningBilboa Film Festival screening


Producer: The Woman’s Film Unit
San Francisco Film Festival
ABC Television

The Dictator

Starring: Max Cullen
Producer: Roadshow




Play School touring concert

Jay’s Place

Starring: Jay Laga’aia.
Sydney Theatre.
Winner of the Sydney Theatre Awards Best Children’s Show.

Play School 40th Anniversary Concert

Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House



Australian Film Television Radio School Double Diploma Direction and Production
BA (Hons) English Literature/Philosophy – University of Sydney