• New ‘Creators’ division of CPM will manage Australian writers & directors
• Representation in film, TV, theatre & commercial plus digital production
• Jane Dixon appointed Head Agent of CPMC

Catherine Poulton of CPM is pleased to announce a new division of her well-established talent management agency, CPM Creators (CPMC).

CPMC will represent Australian writers and directors by actively identifying and securing opportunities within the fields of film, TV, theatre, commercial as well as digital production.

Catherine Poulton says, “Australia has long been recognised as a breeding ground for world-class talented creators, and at CPMC we will drive and cultivate these talents into long-standing successful careers.  We are always putting the best interests of our artists first, and as such our creators can expect to have very personal attention to progression in their fields.”

Jane Dixon has been named Head Agent of CPMC whose strong background of talent management, finance, TV and digital production have gained her unique connections and insights into the industry. She says, “Additional to traditional platforms of film, TV, theatre & commercial production, our team will be focusing on the digital space which remains largely untapped on a professional management level.”

CPM is built on a strong foundation of nurturing and representing actors and voice artists such as Ryan Corr (The Water Diviner, Banished, Love Child), Gracie Gilbert (Love Child, Gallipoli), Georgia Flood (Anzac Girls, House Husbands), Thomas Lacey (Strictly Ballroom the Musical, Dance Academy), Angourie Rice (These Final Hours) and Emily Browning (God Help the Girl, Pompeii).  CPM’s Creators division will also focus on bringing talented creators to the forefront of their fields with a commitment to long term progression.

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