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Matthew Saville


Matthew Saville is an award-winning director for film and television. His television credits include miniseries Upright starring Tim Minchin, acclaimed ABC drama Rake, and Friday on My Mind, for which he received an ADG Award nomination for Best Direction of a TV Miniseries.

Matthew directed all four seasons of Please Like Me, Josh Thomas’ multi-award-winning comedy series for the ABC, which earned Matthew three ADG Awards for Best Direction in a TV Comedy Program (‘Portuguese Custard Tarts’, ‘Scroggin’ and ‘Burrito Bowl’). His other television credits include Types of Ambiguity, The Future is Expensive, Cloudstreet, and The Slap. He also directed Tangle; We Can Be Heroes, The King, The Surgeon, Everything.

Matthew wrote, directed and produced his feature film A Month of Sundays, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2015. His feature Felony also premiered at Toronto two years earlier, while Noise, Matthew’s first feature, premiered at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival and was nominated for nine AFI Awards, and won six Film Critics’ Circle of Australia Awards.