Wedge-Tail makes factual films which matter, telling stories with impact; stories which get target audiences moving.
With a long history in television news media, we specialise in helping organisations reach audiences through pictures and the spoken word. We act with thought and precision.
We create stunning aerial imagery from a range of drones. Our company totem, the wedge-tailed eagle, is an iconic Australian animal. Strong, precise, and focused.
And we take your events and messages to live audiences using public or private livestreams.
Wedge-Tail was founded in August 2020 by producer Bill Code after more than a decade as a camera operator, producer and editor for Al Jazeera English, BBC online, The Guardian, ABC, SBS and others. Pending feature documentary, The Lake of Scars, typifies the type of film Wedge-Tail pictures makes. Brave, different, working for a more sustainable future.
“Working with [Wedge-Tail] was a pleasure. They put staff at ease in front of the camera and took pains to understand what we were trying to achieve, resulting in a great experience and a great product.”
'A godsend...I couldn't speak more highly of Wedge-Tail."
Harry Guinness, CEO, Blueprint Institute, came to Wedge-Tail for live-streaming.
“Wedge-Tail founder Bill is a skilled cameraman and producer with an innate sense of story. He’s also the best editor with the best speed-to-quality ratio I’ve worked with.”
Andrew Thomas, HireUp head of comms and Al Jazeera News Australia/Pacific bureau chief 2008-2020.
“An exceptional service that was easy to set up, had a fast turnaround and captured the story so effectively, everything we were looking for! Top top service!”
Paul Brown, CEO, Jigsaw Australia, came to Wedge-Tail for corporate storytelling
"Wedge Tail were the ultimate professionals from first contact.The finished [live-stream] product was outstanding and provided all parents (and the school) with piece of mind. We can't thank Wedge Tail enough for the quality product and their service. Made a great day outstanding!"
Linda Deep, Kingsgrove High School, came to Wedge-Tail for live-streaming