Fiona Seres has worked extensively within the Australian and UK television industry and in recent times, has expanded her work to include film. She created and wrote The Silence for the BBC which aired to a record audience and critical acclaim. Fiona co-created and was the head writer for the Australian series Tangle for Showtime, wrote multiple episodes of the award-winning series Love My Way (series 1-3) and the first series of Puberty Blues for Network Ten and Endemol, and was head writer on Dangerous starring Joel Edgerton for Endemol.
Fiona wrote the original story and screenplay of Strangerland which premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, screening in the festival’s World Cinema Dramatic Competition, and then at the Sydney Film Festival in competition. The film, directed by Kim Farrant and starring Nicole Kidman, Joseph Fiennes and Hugo Weaving, is a thriller about a couple whose relationship is pushed to the brink as they confront the mystery of their children’s disappearance.
She has several projects in development in the UK with the BBC and BBC Films, and in the USA with HBO and Sundance TV.