NEWS AND MEDIA
THE CHRONICLE | AUGUST 2019
Gladstone to be a location for upcoming film on rugby league documentary based on the life of New Zealand great, Mark Graham.
QUEENSLAND TIMES | OCTOBER 2018
GLADSTONE filmmaker Luke Graham is making progress on a feature-length documentary centred on his father, New Zealand rugby league legend Mark Graham, with a trailer set to land by the new year.
FOREVER YOUNG | SEPTEMBER 2018
I recently talked to Scope Red filmmaker Luke Graham about making his latest film Sharko, a sport documentary on the life of his father Mark. Sharko is based on Mark's personal and public life - from his childhood on the mean streets of Otahuhu, New Zealand, to being top of the rugby league world.
SCREEN QUEENSLAND | AUGUST 2018
This week, Screen Queensland partnered with The Solid State and delivered ‘Working the Pitch’ – an intensive two-day masterclass and consultation for local filmmakers selected via an Expressions of Interest application process – on how to create an effective trailer, market and pitch a screen project.
TVNZ | AUGUST 2018
The NRL Hall of Fame inductee said he hoped his son’s documentary would convey the importance of hard work and self-belief in his career.
FILMINK | AUGUST 2018
Fresh from his induction into the NRL Hall Of Fame, legendary Kiwi rugby league star, Mark Graham, is now set to become the subject of a new documentary called Sharko.
BYRON NEWS | AUGUST 2018
FOLLOWING news of his induction into the NRL Hall of Fame, Mark Graham will have a feature length documentary made about his life. The director is his eldest son, Luke Graham, Gladstone filmmaker and producer of award-winning, independent film Broke.
CINEMA AUSTRALIA | AUGUST 2018
A new documentary based on the life of Rugby League legend and NRL Hall of Famer, Mark Graham is currently in production and will release nationally next year.