Every Cloud producers Deborah Cox and Fiona Eagger to receive SPA Lifetime Achievement Award

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Cox and Eagger made drama series for ABC, SBS, Seven Network, Nine Network, Stan, and Acorn TV.

Screen Producers Australia (SPA) has revealed Every Cloud Productions’ Deborah (Deb) Cox and Fiona Eagger will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 22nd Annual SPA Awards.

The Awards will be held at The Star Gold Coast on Thursday, 21 March 2024 as part of Screen Forever 38.

The two producers launched their business Every Cloud Productions in 2009. They developed programming for ABC, SBS, Seven Network, Nine Network, Stan, and Acorn TV.

The duo co-created and produced three seasons of the international award-winning Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, which has sold to more than 170 territories around the world.

Every Cloud Productions has been one of Australia’s foremost female-led production companies. Previous SPA Awards include Screen Business Export Award in 2017 and the Telemovie or Mini-Series Production of the Year in 2022.

Past productions include the AACTA Award-winning Deadlock (not to be confused with Deadloch), Indigenous drama series The Gods of Wheat Street, comedy Christmas Ransom, legal drama Newton’s Law, and the Stan Original A Sunburnt Christmas. Also the reboot of SeaChange (with ITV), and the drama Eden, both filmed in the Northern Rivers.

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Deb Cox and Fiona Eagger

Every Cloud Productions: Deb Cox

As a creator, producer, and writer, Cox began her career at Crawford Productions in Melbourne. She later became head of drama for Artist Services and co-founder of CoxKnight Productions. That business created the feature film, Dead Letter Office, three seasons of ABC series, SeaChange, Ten Network drama series CrashBurn, and children’s series Worst Best Friends.

Every Cloud Productions: Fiona Eagger

Over three decades, Eagger’s co-creations include two seasons of the spin-off series Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries as well as the theatrical feature Miss Fisher & the Crypt of Tears. Her early career included working with feature director Paul Cox and Crawford Productions before producing her first series for SBS television, Ark of Gondwana, and later the 13-part ABCTV series Mercury. Her collaboration with Cox began when she produced the TV series CrashBurn and later was the executive producer and producer of two seasons of East of Everything. Other credits include telemovies The Society Murders, The Informant, and Small Treasures. Also feature films Only the Brave and the Cannes Directors’ Fortnight selection Mallboy.

Entry to the Awards ceremony and Gala Party is included in a Screen Forever 38 Gold Coast Pass.

SPA has released a limited number of tickets to the ceremony for SPA members and non-members, not registered as Gold Coast pass holders to Screen Forever 38.

The SPA Awards tickets will also include entry into the Screen Forever Gala Party to be held immediately following the Awards Ceremony.

See also: Miss Fisher & SeaChange co-creators Deb Cox and Fiona Eagger restructure Every Cloud

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