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Animated Australian TV series EXCHANGE STUDENT ZERO premiered on the global Cartoon Network channel last week, with writing duo Armstrong + Krause acting as series writers along with Scott Edgar and David Witt.  A unique combination of two traditional animation styles, anime and western cartoons, EXCHANGE STUDENT ZERO is a 13-part children’s series that acts as a […]

Armstrong + Krause have written a screenplay that is being produced in the US by Blumhouse Productions.The film focuses on a family that unwittingly brings a supernatural force home with them from vacation. The evil presence feeds off their fears and secrets. Directed by Greg Mclean (WOLF CREEK) and starring Kevin Bacon and Radha Mitchell […]

An in-depth piece about A+K’s feature film, THE CONTENTS, (a ghost story directed by Krause, co-written and co-produced and currently in production), has been published by IF. Steve Boyle (THE HOBBIT) will work on visual effects. The article also describes A+K’s numerous other projects, including DEEP WATER, 6 MIRANDA DRIVE, A MURDER OF CROWS, COMEBACK […]

2013 AWGIE winners announced

October 8th, 2013

2013 AWGIE winners announced

Armstrong and Krause’s latest screenplay, DEEP WATER is in development. Scheduled to start shooting in April, the follow up to the hugely successful feature film BAIT (2012) is being funded by Screen Australia and is currently in its final stages of script development by Shayne Armstrong and Shane Krause. The follow-up will be budgeted at more than $25 million. […]

A+K’s short film HUGE screens at Flickerfest

A+K’s BAIT 3D becomes most successful Australian film released in China

AWGIES award winners announced

August 27th, 2012

AWGIES award winners announced – A+K, Brendan Cowell and Sam Strauss among the winners

QLD Literary Awards shortlist 2012 announced – Yellow Agency clients nominated

Yellow Agency clients nominated for 2012 AWGIE Awards

A+K interviewed by Fangoria about 6 MIRANDA DRIVE

Website of Armstong + Krause’s K9 series launched.