Justine Flynn

Company Director
Drama Queen
Country (Address)
Justine Flynn is a writer, director, producer, and author based in Sydney. Throughout her career, she has excelled both as an independent producer and within the broadcasting sector. At ABC, as Development Manager, Justine oversaw the creation and delivery of a range of series across scripted, factual, and entertainment genres.

At Nickelodeon, her journey began as an inhouse writer, producer, and director. She then transitioned into the position of Acquisition Manager and ultimately Executive Producer. Here, she
crafted award-winning long-form content for the channel. Justine also contributed as the writer for Heiress Films' documentary From Korea With Love co-developed Blue Water High and co-created Bambaloo with the renowned Jim Henson Company and Yoram Gross.

Throughout her career, Justine has amassed extensive experience in co-producing major series with international production companies, including Tiger Aspect UK, Sinking Ship (Canada), and the Jim Henson Company, just to name a few. In the children’s content arena, Justine co-produced Five Minutes More for ABC and Disney UK. She produced Hotspell for Heiress Films and SBS and directed Dirtgirl World” for mememe productions. Justine also produced the family sitcom Me and My Monsters for the BBC in collaboration with Sticky Pictures, Tiger Aspect, and Jim Henson Productions.

Justine created, executive produced, wrote, and directed the dystopian YA series The Unlisted for Netflix and co-authored three books based on the series with Hachette Publishing. Justine also authored the children’s book “Miss Mae’s Saturday” published by Random House.

Justine recently created, produced, and contributed as one of the writers and directors for the comedy series 'Born to Spy' on ABC. Justine’s newest venture is the production company Drama Queen, founded with Naomi Just, focusing on producing Australian works for the international market.
Justine Flynn