Fiona Eagger is one of Australia’s most versatile producers. She formed Every Cloud Productions with Deb Cox in 2009, co-creating and producing three series of the international hit period drama Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. She has also executive produced Indigenous drama The Gods of Wheat Street, and was executive producer and producer of Every Cloud’s most recent series, Newton’s Law. Youth short form series, Deadlock, Every Clouds’ latest Production, will be launching on ABC iView and broadcast early 2018.
Her credits include the 13-part ABC TV series Mercury, starring Geoffrey Rush, the 13-part series CrashBurn, acclaimed mini-series The Society Murders, telemovie The Informant (for Screentime), the award-winning feature film, Mallboy and Series 1 & 2 of drama series East of Everything.
In 2016 Fiona was the joint-recipient of the Jill Robb Award for Outstanding Leadership, Achievement and Service to the Victorian Screen Industry.
In July 2017 Fiona was the joint-recipient of Film Victoria’s Screen Business Ventures funding, with Every Cloud Productions being named as one of eight companies to share in more than $2.7m to increase growth and output capacity, and showcase Australian talent to the world.
Fiona, along with Deb Cox, was a joint recipient of an esteemed Screen Business Export award at the 2017 Screen Producers Australia Awards, receiving the award on behalf of Every Cloud Productions.
In 2018 Fiona became an honorary Adjunct Professor in the School of Media and Communications at RMIT, and is an Industry Mentor for the Dame Changer program.Back to Speakers