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Armstrong+Krause (A+K) are award-winning writers for film and television.

A+K wrote BAIT 3D which grossed over $45 million world wide and THE DARKNESS, a supernatural thriller, directed by Greg Mclean, produced by Blumhouse Productions and starring Kevin Bacon. THE DARKNESS was released worldwide by Universal in 2016 and it placed fourth at the B.O in the US on its opening weekend.  A+K wrote the thriller ACOLYTES (2008) which starred Joel Edgerton.

Some of the projects that Armstrong & Krause are currently developing include CREWE, a supernatural-­thriller feature for Tim McGahan (PREDESTINATION, WINCHESTER); TREMULA, a sci-­fi TV series with Michael Rymer (BATTLESTAR GALACTICA, HANNIBAL); THEO: A HAUNTING, a supernatural thriller feature for Kristian Moliere (THE BABADOOK); THE HOUSE GUEST, a slow burn supernatural feature from the acclaimed novel; and SUBMERGED, a horror thriller for producer Michael Robertson (BLACK WATER, THE REEF).

A+K wrote three animated telemovies for the Cartoon Network, developed the TV series K9 for television (featuring the DOCTOR WHO spin-off character K9) and 13-part animated series for Cartoon Network EXCHANGE STUDENT ZERO. Armstrong+Krause recently completed a series of STAR WARS featurettes for Disney and have optioned cult film THE QUIET EARTH with Kristian Moliere which they are developing as a TV.

A+K have been writers and/or creative consultants for The Disney Channel, Fox Australia, Cartoon Network, Arclight, Nickelodeon, Disney XD Europe/U.S.  Feature film, telemovie and TV series titles written by the partnership have generated around $70-80 million in production budgets with marketing budgets of $100 million and beyond.

Writing under the penname TJ Park, in 2016 they released their debut horror novel UNBIDDEN which the publisher Harper-­Collins Books describes as “the most terrifying supernatural crime novel you will ever read.”

A+K each have a Master of Arts in Research in Scriptwriting (QUT). They are four-time nominees for AWG awards and won the AWG John Hinde Award for Excellence in Sci-Fi Writing in 2009 and 2013; they are the only writers to win the award twice.

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