Chandon Pictures Episodes

2010, TV Show

Chandon Pictures episodes

Script Is Written

Nick quits the company and leaves the team shorthanded as they begin to shoot a training film for a salesman. Meanwhile, Larraby writes a movie script, and the subsequent haggling over the contract proves divisive among an already under-pressure crew. read more

Rockstar

Tom and Lucy, desperate to have Nick to rejoin the company, hire a former rock star to hopefully help bring him back into the fold. Meanwhile, Larraby's script draws widespread interest; Carmichael returns from Singapore, and Tom scrambles to find him a job. read more

She's 22

A lovelorn executive hires the team to shoot her online-dating video; Tom gets his heart broken but rebounds rather nicely with help from his newfound muse; and Lucy falls for an attorney. read more

Pack

When bank executive Jodee wants a video of his ultrahip nightspot, Tom sees an opportunity to get him to finance their feature film. Meanwhile, Warwick signs on with the company as a coexecutive producer. read more

Not a Pyramid

An old school chum of Lucy's manipulates her into becoming a member of an organization that sells specialty cosmetics. Lucy then enlists the team to shoot a training video for the new product line. Meanwhile, with Nick busy with his new twins, Larraby steps behind the camera to help out, which doesn't sit well with Nick. read more

The Man With the Dancing Fingers

When the team is hired to shoot a video of an estate being put up for sale by a famous Sydney gynecologist, Tom takes it as an opportunity to do a documentary about the doctor's not-so-perfect life. read more

The Lifestyle

The team shoots a wedding video for a couple who are renewing their vows, which include a special alternative-lifestyle clause that allows the partners to engage in relationships with other interested parties. So, the filmmakers decide to document their first official swingers party. read more

Run Bitch Run

When Lucy's father decides to retire and sell his greyhound farm, he hires the filmmakers to shoot a TV spot announcing the impending event. Tom, however, sees this as an opportunity to turn it into a documentary, which Lucy is dead set against. read more

Hollywood Season 1, Episode 8

In the Season 1 finale, Rev. Bevan becomes front-page news, and Tom thinks that might help him seal his deal with Eddie the producer. Meanwhile, a comic hires the gang to shoot an audition tape; Lucy is on pins and needles awaiting word from the bank; Nick learns he is to be the father of twins; and Carmichael seeks funds to repair the house. read more

White Ants Season 1, Episode 7

Nick threatens to resign if they don't land the bank-video job and it looks as if it might come down to Lucy's presentation to company bigwigs. Meanwhile, Tom scores a meeting with a game-show executive who might provide funding for his documentary about the rebel reverend. read more

Death Wish Season 1, Episode 6

A dying man (Graham Blundell) hires the company to shoot his last will and testament, a straightforward, no-nonsense presentation to his sons, but Tom thinks the subject can do a better job and put more life into the filming. Meanwhile, the mystery financial backer is revealed and what a surprise it turns out to be. read more

Private Dick Season 1, Episode 5

When an old schoolmate hires Tom to shoot video of his allegedly cheating wife, Tom convinces the man that his story would make a great documentary. Meanwhile, Tom continues the quest for financing for his movie about Rev. Bevan, while Carmichael and Lucy try to talk him into making industrial-training films for the bank. read more

Champion Charles Season 1, Episode 4

An aging dog owner (Penne Hackforth-Jones) wants Tom to film a documentary about her beloved corgi, but they run into problems with two noncooperative interview subjects, and things really go to the dogs when they try to shoot the canine footage. Elsewhere, Tom takes a meeting with a former coworker who wants him to film a doc about a game-show mogul. read more

Bevan's Heaven Season 1, Episode 3

Carmichael lands the company a steady gig and a steady income making training films for his bank. Tom, however, wants to focus on Rev. Bevan, a maverick minister who is breaking away from his church to form his own congregation and is hellbent on promoting world peace, or so that's what everyone is led to believe. read more

Back to School Season 1, Episode 2

An old high-school flame (Justine Clarke) asks Tom to attend a career day, and while he thinks he's there to address the school, she's hoping that he'll film the day's festivities for free. To add insult to injury, the keynote speaker for the event turns out to be the longtime bane of Tom's existence. read more

Cousins Season 1, Episode 1

An Australian sitcom about documentary filmmakers who moonlight as wedding videographers. In the first episode, cocky "documenteur" Tom Chandon agrees to shoot the wedding of a couple who've been close since childhood and also happen to be cousins. Tom sees this as a double win, he gets paid for the video and he hopes to turn the unconventional story into an "Australian family classic." read more

Chandon Pictures Episode: "Script Is Written"

Episode Synopsis: Nick quits the company and leaves the team shorthanded as they begin to shoot a training film for a salesman. Meanwhile, Larraby writes a movie script, and the subsequent haggling over the contract proves divisive among an already under-pressure crew.
Original Air Date: May 14, 2010
Guest Cast Andrew Ryan: Simon Lachy Hulme: Derek Chris Burke: Malcolm

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Premiered: March 27, 2010, on Sundance
Rating: TV-MA
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Premise: An Australian sitcom about the misadventures of a cocky documentary filmmaker and the staff at his production company, who make ends meet by filming wedding and party videos.

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