Established in 2011 with offices located in sunny Brisbane, Australia, The Steve Jaggi Company produces quality feature & series content for the global market.
Most recently, The Steve Jaggi Company wrapped photography on the romcom "Romance on the Menu" starring Cindy Busby (from Hallmark's "Marrying Mr. Darcy" and the CBC's "Heartland"). Also recently completed is the young adult feature “Swimming for Gold” starring Peyton List (from Disney’s “Jessie” & "Bunk’d").
These follow the company's international success on tween soccer film “Back of the Net” which stars Sofia Wylie (Disney’s “Andi Mack”) and opened across 88 screens in Australia before being acquired by Disney Channel for its North American release ahead of a global Christmas release on Netflix. 2019 saw The Steve Jaggi Company release the Sydney Film Festival sensation “Chocolate Oyster” a retro-scripted, observational film, following two twenty-somethings, as they pursue unobtainable lives promised to them by pop culture.
In 2017 SJc's “Rip Tide”, starring Debby Ryan (Disney’s “Jessie”; Netflix’s “Insatiable”) premiered at the Sydney Film Festival and was released on 80+ multiplex screens Australia-wide before worldwide release on Netflix. “Rip Tide” has since been titled one of the top 10 grossing Australian films of 2017 and continues to trend on Netflix in various territories to this day.
Other recent credits include “Zelos", which received an Australian theatrical release and has been aired at over 20 international film festivals. Family film “Spirit of the Game”, was released theatrically in the US by Samuel Goldwyn (also theatrically in Canada and Australia) and internationally by Sony. “Rough Stuff ” was theatrically released in Australia through Umbrella Entertainment with international sales by MovieHouse, and the vineyard based thriller “Crushed”, was released theatrically in Australia on over 40 screens.
In addition to producing in-house titles, The Steve Jaggi Company also acts as a co-producer to projects that benefit from filming and or postproduction across Australia and the Asia Pacific region.