Lost Dog (Comedy series) Channel 31 Melbourne, WTV Perth and online, 2011 – 2013
Lost Dog is an alternative comedy showcase for emerging comedy creators from Australia and overseas. A litter of tiny comedy shows in one big kennel. Greta Harrison and Matthew Vaughan are producers and co-creators on Lost Dog.
Dick Dribble (comedy web series) 2012 – 2013
Failed basketballer turned private investigator, Ian “Dick” Dribble solves basketball-related crimes in inner-west Melbourne. Nothing will stop Dick from smashing basketball-related crimes in the face, even if the crimes seem to stem from his own delusions.
WINNER: Outstanding Comedy Production – Los Angeles Web Series Festival 2013
WINNER: Outstanding Lead Actor (Daniel Cowan) – Los Angeles Web Series Festival 2013
REVIEW: “An Internet classic in the making” – Comedy TV is Dead
Totally Talls (comedy web series) 2012 – 2013
A tiny lifestyle program about tall people, hosted by tall-enthusiast Trish O’Gubbins.
Event Zero (drama web series) 2012
Seven interconnected stories of people caught up in an event much bigger than they are. Event Zero was created and produced by Distracted Media and written by Greta Harrison and Matthew Vaughan.
WINNER: Best Drama – Hollyweb Festival 2013
OFFICIAL SELECTION: Festival Tous Ecrans, Geneva International Film Festival 2012
OFFICIAL SELECTION: New Media Film Festival 2013, Los Angeles
The Peep Jeep (sketch comedy web series) 2011
The story of a man. A desperate man. A man whose children are complete idiots.
WINNER: Outstanding Comedy – Los Angeles Web Series Festival 2012
OFFICIAL SELECTION: Hollyweb Festival 2012
Free Internet (sketch comedy web series) 2010
A hallucinatory clash of sketch comedy, animation and the World Wide Web. Join Pops, your favourite video blogging grandpa, as he dispenses insightful facts and intriguing footage inspired by the Internet.
Free Internet was originally a comedy video installation for the 2009 Melbourne Fringe Festival, before re-launching as an online sketch series in 2010. The Fringe production ran at the North Melbourne Town Hall from 25 September – 10 October ’09.