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The Contract: PROJECT Waterman [season 1]

PG Documentary, Drama, Miscellaneous 180 Minutes

When the safety of local kids in WATERMAN’s community is put at risk by train & public transport sector works around a local football oval, the infrastructure consultant must choose between his job and his own moral code.

Category | Web Series

get the inside view from the industry outsider

Australia’s future – now more than ever – needs public transport infrastructure

Web Series | 2021 PG | Season 1 | 17 Episodes
Episode Runtime: 0hr 10m

get the inside view from the industry outsider
Australia’s future – now more than ever – needs public transport infrastructure

‘The Contract: PROJECT Waterman’ is Australia’s newest webseries.

WATERMAN is an infrastructure consultant overseeing project timelines for STM Asia Pacific Construction and the Victorian State Government.

When the safety of local kids’s in his community is put at risk by train & public transport sector works around a local football oval, WATERMAN’s professionalism is tested. His work obligations are gradually eroded by internal corporate politicking and a moral duty to acknowledge his own conflicts of interest: safety, destruction of trees and works around the local train station.

Pressure builds further when WATERMAN reveals a deep personal loss.

An investigative journalist with a folio of glossy A4 photo’s confronts WATERMAN, demanding comments about alleged worksite corruption. Suspecting a whistleblower, WATERMAN is forced to seek answers from a dubious industry source. Corporate espionage. Black Ops. Call it what you want – it’s risky. It’s his job.

How much danger is WATERMAN prepared to put himself in?

Forget the idea’s economy – it’s garbage. Australia’s future lies within the public transport infrastructure sector. Join WATERMAN’S ‘public relations tour’ around Melbourne’s exploding construction activity for exclusive behind-the-scenes access to some of the biggest train network infrastructure project’s this country has ever seen.

Web Series | 2021 PG | Season 1 | 17 Episodes Runtime: 11 x 0hr10m, 6 x 0hr11m
documentary, mockumentary, docufiction

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A landmark achievement has been released for international audiences around the globe by Wise Words Media and Callumny Films:  The Contract: PROJECT Waterman.

A uniquely original concept, the mockumentary webseries specifically references an original script by SEAN McINTYRE – ‘The Contract‘.

Added to the recent launch of a new, highly innovative digital series ‘this life’, Wise Words Media and Callumny Films are making an impact statement on the undeniable economic importance of Australia’s digital and infrastructure sectors.

Essentially, The Contract: PROJECT Waterman is a ‘spin-off’ of ‘The Contract‘ – which had its public debut at A Fistful of Scripts, a script reading series, in April, 2011 (Theatre Works, St Kilda Melbourne Australia).

A Fistful of Scripts is an innovative script development incubator produced by Wise Words Media in association with Callumny Films.

Consulting, content licensing and distribution queries welcome.

[season 1]

production  | 30 Nov 2014 – 16 May 2021

filming | 16 May 2016 – 11 Jul 2016

post – production  | 11 Jul 2016 – 16 May 2021

released 17 May 2021

trailersepisodes

1 – 5 | 6 – 10 | 11 – 15 | 16 – 17

Callumny Films TV | this public transport life – trains

STM Asia Pacific Construction | meet the team

Episode #1.1 | 30 Nov 2014 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 11m 19s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE: WATERMAN opens his tour with a project worksite review at Ringwood Train Station. Completed in January 2016, the $66m upgrade of the railway station was initiated in September 2014. 

PLOT SUMMARY: Opening his tour presentation, WATERMAN is a Public Transport Infrastructure Consultant for STM Asia Pacific Construction.  In a broad, sweeping and comprehensive PR presentation, WATERMAN welcomes investors and media to STM’s ‘Investor Relations Tours’.

The upgrade of the railway station in Ringwood – and the separate demoliton and renovation of the entire Eastland retail precint – serve as a concrete, real-life example of the project partner achievements and capabilities. 

WATERMAN addresses the The Contract awarded to STM Asia Pacific Construction.  Due to commercial confidentiality, a visit to the site of Eastern Metropol Train Station is regretfully not possible.

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Ringwood Train Station
  • Biz Hub, REALM, Whitehorse Rd, Mahroondah Highway
  • Eastland Shopping Centre
  • NunawadingTrain Station
  • Parliament Train Station
  • Blackburn Train Station, Platform 1
  • Blackburn Train Station, Platform 2

Episode #1.2 | 16 May 2016 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 10m 0s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE: News of KANE’s fate shakes the entire team at STM Asia Pacific Construction to the very core.  WATERMAN’s worksite specific prereview nearly doesn’t happen – an early morning emergency media call sees him fronting a hungry media pack about KANE’s ‘workplace incident’. 

PLOT SUMMARY: Trains packed with peak hour commuters speed past a demonstration of works underway at the Blackburn Level Crossing Removal Project. Mere metres separate the trains from workers unloading and storing 15 metre lengths of iron wire tubes 

Unknown to investors on the tour, a dangerous work-place incident has occurred involving KANE – a valued member of STM Asia Pacific’s workforce. WATERMAN has already fronted a hungry media pack at the work-site in the early morning hours.

WATERMAN finds himself at the centre of a media storm giving an off-the-cuff, unauthorised, raw ‘door-stop’ media conference. News of KANE’s workplace incident shakes the entire team at STM Asia Pacific Construction to the very core.

As the day unfolds, WATERMAN navigates STM’s investor relations tour through 5 various locations within Melbourne’s CBD and inner suburbs.

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Cottage St, Blackburn
  • Blackburn Train Station, Platform 1
  • Level Crossing, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Level Crossing, Union St, Windsor
  • Windsor Siding, Union St, Windsor
  • EastLink, Whitehorse Rd, Mahroondah Highway, Ringwood
  • Box Hill Central, Station St/ Rutland Rd, Box Hill

Episode #1.3 | 17 May 2016 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 10m 01s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE: The ‘New Gold Rush’ Media ‘famil tour’ continues. A finance investment jourmalist is clearly intent on throwing ‘curveball’ questions at WATERMAN: ‘What’s your vision for Melbourne’s public transport infrastructure?’.

PLOT SUMMARY: The demand for growth in Melbourne’s public transport network is self-evident.

The investor relations tour strikes awkward moments as WATERMAN wades into murky areas while adressing questions from the media.

The media ‘famil tour’ is soon joined by investor’s. WATERMAN directs the participants through a dizzying array of 7 more locations throughout Melbourne’s CBD and inner suburbs.  ‘The new gold rush’ is coined by WATERMAN to describe the spectacular rush of commercial and residential apartment tower developments throughout Melbourne’s CBD and suburbs.

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Pillars Art Installation, Power St, Southbank
  • Power St Loop, Power St, Southbank
  • Epworth Richmond Emergency Department, Erin St, Richmond
  • Eastern Audiology, Lennox St, Richmond
  • Melbourne ENT Group, Lennox St, Richmond
  • Punt Rd/Wellington Pde, East Melbourne
  • Punt Rd/Swan St, Richmond
  • St Paul’s Cathedral, Flinders St
  • ACMI, Flinders St
  • Federation Square, Flinders St
  • Flinders St/Market St
  • West Melbourne Train Station, Barwise St, North Melbourne
  • North Melbourne Metro Train Station, Barwise St, North Melbourne
  • Barwise St/Laurens St, North Melbourne
  • North Melbourne Football Club, Arden St, North Melbourne
  • Collins St/William St
  • Collins St Arch, Collins St
  • Blackburn Library, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Blackburn Tennis Club, Central Ave, Blackburn
  • Blackburn Train Station, Platform 2
  • Laburnum Train Station, Platform 1

Episode #1.4 | 21 May 2016 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 10m 0s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE:  It might be his day off but…WATERMAN’s attention is caught by a spectacular display of ‘big boys, big toys’ while passing by Level Crossing Removal works at Heatherdale Train Station.

PLOT SUMMARY: WATERMAN’s not ‘banging on about ‘workplace safety’ today. He’s merely reflecting on how well the level crossing removal works at Heatherdale Train Station are integrating into the local area.

A distant digger seems to be an escapee from the set of Michael Bay’s ‘Transformers’ movie. Is the digger eating large chunks of someone’s backyard? The pictures tell the story.

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Heatherdale Train Station
  • Level Crossing, Heatherdale Rd, Heatherdale

Episode #1.5 | 26 Jun 2016 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 10m 20s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE:  Nature is dying.  Early on a Sunday morning, LXRA contractors are conspicuously hacking into the row of majestic cypress trees that have adorned Blackburn’s Morton Park for decades.

PLOT SUMMARY: Nature is dying.  Where are the public consultation sessions?

Maybe the Blackburn and District Tree Preservation Society will be able to have their say on behalf of the good residents of Blackburn? Since its inception in 1959, the Tree Society has been active in fighting to preserve and enhance the natural environment in the City of Whitehorse.

WATERMAN’s weekend is spent documenting the works. He reflects on the value of public parks as an amenity and admits to a conflict of interest: he’s a local resident.

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Morton Park (Nth East)/Cottage St, Blackburn
  • Morton Park (Nth East), Blackburn
  • Blackburn Tennis Club, Central Ave, Blackburn
  • Jolimont Train Station, Platform 1
  • Richmond Nth Train Station, Platform 1
  • Tram Stop 18-Hoddle St/Victoria Pde (Collingwood), East Melbourne

Episode #1.6 | 27 Jun 2016 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 10m 0s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE:  A flooding underpass at Blackburn Train Station for years. People just want input into the works that going on within and around their community.  Let us have a voice. 

PLOT SUMMARY: With the formalities of the Investor Relations Tours now completed for both investors and media, WATERMAN sets his sights on Blackburn’s Level Crossing Removal Project.

Despite an early morning distraction from ‘Kerry Kiwi’ – a very lost, somewhat toothless, yet very jovial B-Double driver – WATERMAN walks a well-trodden path for viewers through the aged and dilapidated pedestrian underpass at Blackburn Train Station.  It is prone to frequent flooding, making it impassable to commuters.

While WATERMAN know’s the pedestrian underpass will be renovated and updated, the good residents of Blackburn are completely in the dark as to how this be made possible….and when.

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Blackburn Library, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Blackburn Tennis Club, Central Ave, Blackburn
  • Rear Laneway-Albert St/Railway Rd, Blackburn
  • Bus Interchange, Blackburn Train Station, South Parade, Blackburn
  • Roundabout-Railway Rd/Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Bus Interchange, Blackburn Train Station, Platform 3
  • Bus Interchange, Blackburn Train Station, Railway Rd, Blackburn

Episode #1.7 | 4 Jun 2016 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 10m 0s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE: “That digger is real!! That train is real!!. WATERMAN is caught up in the excitement like a broadcaster calling the dead-heat of The Melbourne Cup.

PLOT SUMMARY: A digger straddles Blackburn’s Level Crossing.  It’s DAY 1 of the 2 week shutdown of the Blackburn’s Level Crossing Removal Project.

Within mere centimetres of passing trains in both directions, the digger bores hungrily into the road.  It belches huge volumes of dirt onto the roadway.

As the rain pelts down, WATERMAN is heard yelling: “These guys are a different kind of super hero!!”.

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Level Crossing, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Blackburn Library, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn

 


Episode #1.8 | 2 Jul 2016 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 10m 07s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE: It’s been a long day documenting works on the long-overdue works to revamp and revitalise drainage around Blackburn Train Station. Surgical precision, teamwork, planning, logistics, operational efficiency – it’s all there.

PLOT SUMMARY: LXRA’s ‘Men of the Earth’ are hard at it during their 2nd day of 24 hour shifts excavating a new drainage pit.  With surgical precision, they install multiple layers of concrete slabs into the pit.  Planning, logistics and operational efficiency – it’s all there. 

The unexpected level of care of said slabs is something even WATERMAN never expected to see.

WATERMAN applauds of the professional display of teamwork and OHS safety practices playing out before him. However, WATERMAN’s rendition and retelling of ‘The reindeer in Spain…’ is hardly a crowd-stopper.

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Bus Interchange, Blackburn Train Station, South Parade, Blackburn
  • O’Brien Real Estate, South Parade, Blackburn

Episode #1.9 | 4 Jul 2016 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 10m 25s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE: Commuters – on their way to their computers, in Office Cubicle Heaven – must endure 2 weeks of transition from their comfy, heated trains onto Train Replacement Buses. Office Cubicle Heaven is a 1st world problem.

PLOT SUMMARY: Blackburn Train Station is in overdrive…and it’s winter.

How are the good residents of Blackburn and commuters coping with the works that are forcing them to interrupt their usual morning and evening peak hour journey’s?

It’s a challenge. But let’s face it – it’s a first world problem.

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Blackburn Train Station, Platform 1
  • Blackburn Train Station, Platform 2
  • Blackburn Train Station, Platform 3
  • Bus Interchange, Blackburn Train Station, Railway Rd, Blackburn
  • Bus Interchange, Blackburn Train Station, South Parade, Blackburn

Episode #1.10 | 3 Jul 2016 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 10m 28s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE: Even news of an earth-quake alert – 5.3 in Cost Rica – can’t distract WATERMAN from witnessing and discovering a new game in town: the safety of local kids vs heavy vehicles in transit to worksite entry via Morton Park.

PLOT SUMMARY: WATERMAN eagerly introduces his foreign film crew to the time-honoured local tradition enjoying chips, chicken & vegie pies at the Blackburn footy club.

At Cottage St, WATERMAN encounters a local resident with news of an earth-quake alert: 5.3 …in Cost Rica.

There’s lots of kids kicking footy’s nearby.  Having so far escaped his attention, a heavy vehicle passes through Morton Park interrupting WATERMAN. 

Realising the safety of kids is clearly at risk, WATERMAN is shocked. There’s no traffic management of the worksite entry at the Glen Eibor Street access point to Morton Park.

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Morton Park-Oval 1, Blackburn
  • Morton Park-Nth East, Blackburn
  • Cottage St, Blackburn
  • Morton Park (Nth East)/Cottage St, Blackburn
  • Morton Park (Nth East), Blackburn

Episode #1.11 | 8 Jul 2016 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 10m 32s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE: WATERMAN is livid. LXRA has so far failed to acknowledge or respond to his concerns about safety risks to local kids at Morton Park. Worksite operations update – Lean. Green. Seen it. Believed it!

PLOT SUMMARY: When it comes to safety risks and local kids, WATERMAN won’t be holding back on this topic.

He’s speechless. It’s going to be escalated ‘up the chain’ and addressed. WATERMAN doesn’t suffer fools.

In the meantime, there’s more work to do documenting Blackburn’s Level Crossing Removal Project.  Last night saw the appearance of ‘The Lean Green Fighting Machine – The Incredible Hulk of Bulk’.

And boy…did it put on a show.

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Level Crossing, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Blackburn Library, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Fresh Dentistry, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Bus Interchange, Blackburn Train Station, South Parade, Blackburn

Episode #1.12 | 8 Jul 2016 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 10m 08s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE:Unwanted worksite presence’ – like hell! WATERMAN cuts loose with a bitter verbal response. His sudden lack of professionalism doesn’t reflect well on his sucessful meeting earlier that day with a mysterious executive in the Private Equity Fund market.

PLOT SUMMARY: “Victoria is a great place to do business.  Melbourne is a great place to do business”.

Although pressure has been rising throughout the tour, so far WATERMAN has given little away and maintained his composure.  Until now. 

Has LEWIS got under his skin? What does he mean?: ‘WATERMAN’s presence on the worksite is unwelcome’ Has BELLAMY got under his skin? What is she on about? ‘Wants WATERMAN to discuss his “personal issues” with her?’.

‘Personal issues’!? There are none!

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Level Crossing, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Blackburn Library, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Fresh Dentistry, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Bus Interchange, Blackburn Train Station, South Parade, Blackburn

Episode #1.13 | 9 Jul 2016 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 10m 11s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE: The pressure grows. MASTON – an investigative journalist for a prominent national newpaper – makes an unexpected appearance on WATERMAN’s horizon. Corruption coverup? MASTON wants headlines. She’s the last thing he needed. 

PLOT SUMMARY: Blackburn’s Level Crossing Removal Project continues. Rail services are still shutdown. WATERMAN’s been busy scoping out progress of works along the Blackburn rail corridor immediately behind Maddocks Sports.

During an encounter with a local footy club parent, WATERMAN learns that sometime ago, a little boy from a local family wandered alone onto the train tracks near Cottage St.

GM calls. It’s not like the CEO of STM Asia Pacific Construction to be cagey.

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Carpark-Nth East, Blackburn Train Station, Railway Rd, Blackburn
  • Rear-Maddocks Sports, Unit 10/11 Mary St, Blackburn

Episode #1.14 | 9 Jul 2016 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 11m 05s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE: Cost blow-outs? Can’t be – WATERMAN’s consultancy fees are a matter of public record. What on earth could MASTON want? Is the issue operational?

PLOT SUMMARY: Has MASTON got under WATERMAN’s skin? Why is she sniffing around a sleepy suburb like Blackburn?

LXRA ‘Men of the Earth’ continue works to restore Blackburn’s Level Crossing to good working order and meet their deadline for Monday’s reopening.

STM’s CEO calls again. More hassle from GM. More pressure. Why on earth has WATERMAN’s Private Equity Fund Executive called a surprise media conference? WATERMAN’s completely at a loss. 

The whole situation? It’s a dog’s breakfast.

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Solway Lane/Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Carpark-Nth East, Blackburn Train Station, Railway Rd, Blackburn, Melbourne, AustraliaLevel Crossing, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn

Episode #1.15 | 9 Jul 2016 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 11m 07s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE: Kids, bikes & trucks don’t mix. Safety risks – kick & chase. WATERMAN’s anxieties about the safety risks to local kids bubble up to reveal a deeply personal loss.

PLOT SUMMARY: In light of an Exec level meeting between WATERMAN, GM and HANDLEY late into the previous night, little adds up. Nothing is making sense. With the review of the issues WATERMAN has raised to date, there was agreement on his handling of them.  But now…?

Rattled, WATERMAN finds himself back at Morton Park where the local club is thumping the visiting team. But as kids kick and chase footy’s behind the goals…if one ball bounces the wrong way…

Kids, bikes & trucks don’t mix. Safety risks – kick & chase.

WATERMAN loses it, revealing a deep personal loss.

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Fresh Dentistry, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Level Crossing, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Rear Carpark-East, McGrath Real Estate, Solway Lane, Blackburn
  • Morton Park-Oval 1, Blackburn
  • Morton Park-Nth East, Blackburn
  • Morton Park (Nth East)/Glen Eibor Ave, Blackburn
  • Morton Park (Nth East), Blackburn
  • Morton Park, Glen Eibor Ave, Blackburn

Episode #1.16 | 9 Jul 2016 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 10m 48s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE:It’s just so dangerous FRENCHIE. I just can’t stop thinking about it”. WATERMAN’s foreign film crew have found him alone outside at Blackburn’s former Westpac branch. 

PLOT SUMMARY: His mind turning over repeatedly, WATERMAN is inconsolable. Alone.

Works go on unabated around Blackburn’s Level Crossing Removal Project. None of it registers with WATERMAN…Until his phone rings. The film crew witnesses WATERMAN’s heated exchange with one of his colleagues.

Then MASTON shows up to confront WATERMAN, demanding comments about a folio of glossy A4 photo’s alleging worksite corruption. 

STM Asia Pacific Construction has a whistle-blower.

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Westpac Branch-vacancy, South Parade, Blackburn
  • Level Crossing, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Morton Park-Oval 1, Blackburn
  • Morton Park-Nth East, Blackburn
  • Morton Park (Nth East)/Glen Eibor Ave, Blackburn
  • Morton Park (Nth East), Blackburn
  • Morton Park, Glen Eibor Ave, Blackburn
  • Caltex Petrol Station-vacancy, Blackburn

Episode #1.17 | 11 Jul 2016 | Episode Runtime: 0hr 10m 13s | watch

PLOT OUTLINE: WATERMAN’s a professional. Corporate espionage. Black Ops. Call it what you want – it’s his job. And he has one last, risky avenue to pursue – but at what cost?

PLOT SUMMARY: WATERMAN has to get to the bottom of the whistle-blower’s destabilising activities before any investors or stakeholder partners are scared off.

WATERMAN’s a professional. The final day. The final tour. And WATERMAN has to cut it short.A brief walk around the four points of the compass at Blackburn’s Level Crossing Removal Project. LXRA’s ‘Men of the Earth’ will return over the New Year’s break at the end of the year.

The rail-under-road option will finally be in place.

For now, WATERMAN has a mysterious midnight meeting with a somewhat dubious contact. Corporate espionage. Black Ops. Call it what you want – it’s risky.  It’s his job.

WATERMAN is about to find out just how much. So much at stake.

How much danger is WATERMAN prepared to risk?

FILMING LOCATIONS | Melbourne, Australia

  • Fresh Dentistry, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Level Crossing, Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • 14-16 Blackburn Rd, Blackburn
  • Caltex Petrol Station-vacancy, Blackburn
  • Pedestrian Overpass, Whitehorse Rd, Mahroodah Hwy, Blackburn
  • Alfred St, Blackburn
  • 31-33 Alfred St, Blackburn
  • Allegion Australia, 31-33 Alfred St, Blackburn
  • Shaws Garage, 38 Alfred St, Blackburn

TECH SPECS

Production Studios | Wise Words Media, Callumny Films

Type | TV Series

Countries of origin | Australia

Format | SD

Audio Languages | English

Dubbing Languages | Nil

© Wise Words Media and Callumny Films 2010 – 2021 all footage and stills

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[season 1]

trailersepisodes

1 – 5 | 6 – 10 | 11 – 15 | 16 – 17

Callumny Films TV | this public transport life – trains

STM Asia Pacific Construction | meet the team


[season 2] 

PLOT OUTLINE: Accused as a Whistleblower, Waterman returns to the Public Transport Infrastructure Sector after 5 tumultuous years of professional and personal turmoil.

PLOT SUMMARY: Accused as a Whistleblower, Waterman returns to the Public Transport Infrastructure Sector after 5 tumultuous years of professional and personal turmoil.

Struggling to adjust to life after a savage beating changed his health and outlook on humanity forever, Waterman accepts a recommendation to return to the site of the Blackburn Level Crossing Removal Project. He reluctantly revisits the former worksite.

After relocating away from the area to recover from his injuries, it is the first time he has seen the area since works on the Blackburn Level Crossing Removal Project were completed.

Upon the recommendation of his psychologist and a ‘return to work’ HR colleague, he reluctantly agrees to undertake a professional review of the changes that have been implemented in the area around Blackburn Train Station.

Season 2

under construction

production | 16 May 2021 –  tba

filming | 16 May 2016 –  tba

post – production | tba – tba

trailersepisodes

1 – 5 | 6 – 10 | 11 – 15 | 16 – 17

Callumny Films TV | this public transport life – trains


Monday 3rd May 2021
Series is getting a make-over with 7 new episodes, new branding ahead of being made available for content licensing & distribution sales: Vuulr.comFilmwallet.com, BingeTV and others.

More new episodes, more WATERMAN: Callumny Films TV ( youtube 2021). Final test – spec episode to be made public.

SYNOPSIS | episode 11
Level Crossing Removal – Blackburn | Project: WATERMAN
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WATERMAN recounts previous nights works featuring the biggest & greenest public transport infrastructure asset ever seen in Blackburn. All throughout his commentary, it’s plain & obvious that his personal & professional boundaries are no longer blurred.

His concern for Blackburn residents, OHS & safety is highly admirable, but…will this come back to haunt him?

PROJECT: Waterman
get the inside view from the industry outsider
Australia’s future -now more than ever – needs public transport infrastructure
trains | infrastructure#thispublictransportlife

Trains | Blackburn
Public transport | Level Crossing Removal
Melbourne, Australia
Filmed mid 2016 and mid 2020

© Wise Words Media and Callumny Films 2010 – 2021 all footage and stills

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CALLUMNY FILMS | currently being approached by distribution platforms for their buyers for our film, webseries and video content.  A new, recent development, this new demand for a global distribution outlook from new partners is a great fit.

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As content creators of digital & audio content, Wise Words Media and Callumny Films announce launch of CoVid-19 safe, digital offerings:

With launch of new, highly innovative digital series ‘this life’, Wise Words Media and Callumny Films are making an impact statement on the undeniable economic importance of Australia’s digital and infrastructure sectors.

Public transport first addressed in 2016 via unique mockumentary web-seriesPROJECT: Waterman‘.


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