Based in sunny Queensland, Australia, The Steve Jaggi Company is the masthead for a group of companies which produce quality feature film and television series content for the global market.
Thanks to early and assertive action by federal and state governments, Australia has become the de facto go-to destination for safe filmmaking. During the second half of 2020, SJc produced three feature films, This Little Love of Mine, Kidnapped, Sit. Stay. Love. and a 12 episode young adult series for Netflix and Network 10, Dive Club. The production’s cast and crew all adhered to strict COVID-safe filming practices, and followed guidelines set by the Queensland government.
Previous titles include the tween films Swimming For Gold starring Peyton List - acquired by Universal Pictures, Back of the Net starring Sofia Wylie - acquired by Netflix and the Disney Channel, and Rip Tide starring Debby Ryan and acquired by Netflix. Festival driven and culturally significant titles such as Stephen Sewell's Embedded, "Zelos", "Skin Deep" and Chocolate Oyster are produced through subsidiary label Indefatigable Pictures.
The Steve Jaggi Company is committed to providing opportunities for emerging screen practitioners from diverse backgrounds.