Creative Emile Sherman Lg


Emile Sherman founded See-Saw Films with UK producer Iain Canning in 2008. Since inception See-Saw has produced Jim Loach's Oranges and Sunshine starring Emily Watson, Australian box office hit comedy The Kings of Mykonos and Anton Corbjin's Linear.

Through his previous company, Sherman Pictures, Sherman produced films including the Toronto International Film Festival FIPRESCI awarded film Disgrace starring John Malkovich and based on Nobel Prize winning author J.M.Coetzee's novel; the Annie Award Best Film nominated stop motion animation feature $9.99; and award-winning films Candy starring Heath Ledger and Geoffrey Rush, and Phillip Noyce's Rabbit Proof Fence (as EP). Other films include Peter Cattaneo's (The Full Monty) Opal Dream and, as EP, Australian box office hit Oyster Farmer.

Soon after inception, See-Saw founded finance company Fulcrum Media Finance together with Sharon Menzies and Barry Sechos. Fulcrum provides finance to cashflow the Australian Producer Offset, the New Zealand Screen Production Incentive Fund (SPIF). Sherman is also a director of leading Australasian distribution company Transmission Films, which has a joint venture with Paramount Pictures.