SAVAGE FILMS  is an Australian-based production company established by MAGGIE MILES. The company develops and produces screen content and has strong relationships with creative talent and other Australian production companies. 


Maggie is an established feature film producer with credits including Robert Connolly's PAPER PLANES, the omnibus feature THE TURNING created by Robert Connolly from Australian author Tim Winton's best-selling novel,  Jonathan auf der Heide's VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, and the late Paul Cox's final film FORCE OF DESTINY. 


Born in Leicestershire, UK, Maggie proved herself as a creative talent in the twelve years she spent writing, directing and producing throughout the Northern Territory of Australia. She was formerly a company director of the NT-based Burrundi Pictures, a co-producing entity on Stephen Johnson's YOLNGU BOY written by Chris Anastassiades and produced by Patricia Edgar, this is an Australian Children's Television Foundation, Yothu Yindi Foundation, and Burundi Pictures Production. 

Maggie also supports passion projects and is extending her creative capacity. She is the Asia Pacific Screen Awards Children's Film Fund recipient 2015, for which she is writing the screenplay for an Indigenous children's film, adapting the award-winning children's book MY GIRRAGUNDJI by Meme McDonald and Boori Monty Pryor. She has created clips for many socially conscious projects and directed the mid-length documentary DARE TO BE DIFFERENT narrated by Geraldine Doogue, produced alongside Annemarie Rolls. A special version of this documentary titled CLASS ACT! was created for ABC's COMPASS, narrated by Geraldine Doogue. 

Victorian College of the Arts
'In the Making' Artist Series
Maggie Miles
Interview with Maggie Miles
Victorian College of the Arts
Film & Television School