Ainslie Clouston

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After making her writing debut on season one of Network Ten’s Playing For Keeps, Ainslie has written on Network Ten’s mystery-drama series My Life Is Murder, season two of Playing For Keeps, and is currently writing on Nine Network’s new drama, Amazing Grace (WT) and an unannounced internationally focussed procedural for CJZ.

Ainslie directed, script edited and co-edited the independently funded 8 x 9’ web series 600 Bottles of Wine, which had its world premiere on BBC Three in a dually purposed 4 x 18’ format in 2018. Currently available on BBC iPlayer, YLE (Finland), iTunes (UK & Aus), Google Play, (UK & Aus), Sea Movies (cruise ships), the series screened on BBC Three, 10 Peach, 10 Play, Virgin Australia In-Flight Entertainment, TVNZ OnDemand, CBC (Canada), ABC iView and Australia’s very own Netflix. The series is also scheduled to screen on BBC One and BBC Two.

Ainslie currently has two half-hour comedies in development: ReBoot, in development with Photoplay Films and Public Relations in development with Revolver Films. Ainslie is also attached to direct the absurdist short-form comedy series Will Cult For Food, in development with Four Leg Films.

Ainslie Clouston

Ainslie Clouston Credits

— My Life is Murder

— 600 Bottles of Wine

— Playing for Keeps