Brett Lee, Arka Das and Adam Dunn in the Holi Sequence from 'Unindian'. (2015)


At TEMPLE our aim is to narrate diverse Australian stories for screens around the world, not just Australia. We specialise in Australian films that have an Asian-centric element.

Our creativity does not stop with our films. It crosses into how we produce, finance, and distribute our films to ensure the largest global audience for our diverse Aussie yarns.

Dreaming is easy. Making those dreams a reality requires a professional background, experience in executing and commitment to a vision.

That is why at TEMPLE - diversity of all kinds is not just a politically correct term, but a principle we have been practicing for over 22 years, across 300 projects. This includes but is not limited to the gender and race of our crew and creative practitioners. TEMPLE also hosts an ethical, supportive working environment, one which nurtures up and coming, fresh talent. The films we make are as important as how we make them, for whom, with whom and why.

Premier of NSW - Barry O'Farrell , NSW Minister for Tourism - George Souris, Destination NSW CEO - Sandra Chipchase and Producer/Director - Anupam Sharma
at the launch of the Jhappi Time Campaign. (2013)

In our globalised world, international cinema gains more and more relevance as audiences open to cultural stories which straddle differences with panache.

With private investment from around the world and support from Australian film agencies, we choose the films we want to make, in a manner we want to make them.

"It is not just about the destination but also about the journey."
That journey begins at TEMPLE



One of the most multicultural film friendly countries,Australia is fertile ground for international co-production.

Australia's Co-Production Program

TEMPLE specialises in international coproductions including those with countries which may not have a coproduction treaty with Australia. With a film network around the world, our current coproductions include features with USA, UK, and India.

Contact for Co-Production Opportunities
Brett Lee and Tannishtha Chatterjee greeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the film shooting. (2015)




Suite 228, FSA #6, Building 61,
Fox Studios Driver Ave,
Moore Park 2021 NSW

+61 2 9383 4150

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