She is also a member of the Producers Guild of America and a member of the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts.
Kerry is co-producer of the upcoming feature film Fallen, directed by Hicks and based on the best selling novel of Kate Lauren, set to be released in 2016.
Co-Producer of the hit film The Lucky One starring Zac Efron and Taylor Schilling
Executive Producer of Glass: A Portrait of Philip in Twelve Parts, which won the 2009 AFI Award for Best Feature Length Documentary
Producer of the Warner Bros/Village Roadshow production No Reservations, shot on location in New York, starring Catherine Zeta Jones and Aaron Echhardt and Abigail Breslin.
Producer of Hearts in Atlantis, a Castle Rock/Village Roadshow production released through Warner Bros., which starred Anthony Hopkins
Associate Producer of Universal Pictures’ Snow Falling on Cedars
Creative Consultant on the hit film Shine, which her company developed over ten years.
Tim’s early-career credits include: MALCOLM (AFI Best Film 1986); SPOTSWOOD, starring Anthony Hopkins and Russell Crowe; COSI starring Toni Collette and Rachel Griffiths; Michael Rymer’s ANGEL BABY (AFI Best Film 1995); DEATH IN BRUNSWICK, starring Sam Neil; Vincent Ward’s MAP OF THE HUMAN HEART and Gillian Armstrong’s OSCAR & LUCINDA, starring Ralph Fiennes and Cate Blanchett.
Timothy executive produced Gregor Jordan’s TWO HANDS (AFI Best Film 1999), starring Heath Ledger and Bryan Brown. He then headed up Working Title Films’ Australian arm executive producing NED KELLY, starring Heath Ledger, Geoffrey Rush, Orlando Bloom and Naomi Watts, and GETTIN’ SQUARE, starring Sam Worthington and David Wenham.
In 2005 Tim produced Toa Fraser’s NO.2 (Winner World Cinema Audience Prize, Sundance), Robert Sarkies’ OUT OF THE BLUE (Best Film 2008 NZ Film Awards) and THE WARRIOR’S WAY starring Kate Bosworth, Danny Huston and Geoffrey Rush. In 2009 Timothy produced Scott Hicks’ THE BOYS ARE BACK, starring Clive Owen, and executive produced Julia Leigh’s SLEEPING BEAUTY, which premiered in competition at Cannes in 2011.
Tim’s recent New Zealand films include: a Robert Sarkies’ comedy TWO LITTLE BOYS, Andrew Adamson’s MR PIP starring Hugh Laurie, and THE DARK HORSE which premiered at TIFF 2014.
Tim has recently completed a Jim Loach feature CHASING SATELLITES with Paz Vega and Edward James
Ulrike is committed to giving back through her philanthropy. Together with her children she has established the Klein Family Foundation, which is a private ancillary fund and Ngeringa Arts, which is on the national Register of Cultural Organisations. Their vision is to build a legacy for future generations and to enrich Australian Culture.