WELCOME TO INCOGNITA ENTERPRISES
An award-winning film, theatre and television production outfit based in Melbourne, Victoria Australia
Incognita Enterprises is an independent producer of award-winning, innovative and original theatre, television and film, based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Established in 1997 by actor and Creative Director, Sally McLean, under the honorary patronage of multiple BAFTA winner and Oscar® nominee, the respected British actor Sir Nigel Hawthorne KB, CBE (1929-2001), we produce new theatre works and original film and TV ideas using established practitioners working alongside the next generation of writers, filmmakers, directors and actors.
Current projects include Season Four of the award-winning web series, Shakespeare Republic, starring Alan Fletcher, Michala Banas, Nadine Garner, Dean Haglund, Christopher Kirby, Sally McLean, Billy Smedley and Phoebe Anne Taylor (currently in financing), the feature documentary Champion, featuring Sir Roger Bannister, Sir Christopher Chataway, John Landy, Herb Elliot and Ron Clarke among others (currently in production) and digital series Dark Arcadia (currently in pre-production).
Our continuing aim is to create and produce engaging, quality productions for the stage and screen that speak to a modern audience, while honouring those who came before.
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MEET THE TEAM
Incognita Project Reel
“… polished, beautifully made series from director/producer Sally McLean … a fine use of the platform and, more importantly, a very fine adaptation of the Bard … Shakespeare Republic is put together with grace and wit. An assortment of actors do terrific work making the (non-dumbed down) dialogue accessible, prying it open with great care and skill.”
The Incognita Enterprises team live, work and create on the lands of the people of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge them and all Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and recognise their unceded and continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and offer our gratitude for the rich tradition of storytelling and artistic expression originated by all First Nations peoples around the world, which forms the foundation of all modern creative work.