Ainslie CloustonScreenwriter | Actor

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 and season two of Playing For Keeps.  Most recently, Ainslie was one of the key writers on Channel Nine’s Amazing Grace and wrote on Acorn TV’s Darby and Joan. Ainslie is the creator of the upcoming Helium Pictures and Paramount Plus series Paper Dolls, about the rise and fall of a fictional girl group in the early 2000s, slated for release in 2023.

Ainslie directed and script edited the independently funded series, 600 Bottles of Wine, which had its world premiere on BBC Three. Available on BBC iPlayer, Netflix (Aus), ABC iView, YLE (Finland), iTunes (UK & Aus), Google Play, (UK & Aus), YLE (Finland), Sea Movies (cruise ships), the series screened on BBC Three, 10 Peach, 10 Play, Virgin Australia In-Flight Entertainment, TVNZ OnDemand and CBC (Canada).

Ainslie has a number of her own projects in development including half-hour comedy Reboot in development with Photoplay Films, crime/comedy Bearcat, co-created with Claire Phillips and Elsie, co-created with Genevieve Hegney, both in development with EndemolShine.  Ainslie most recently directed The FIVE MINUTE CALL, a short form series co-produced by Arena Media and Cockatoo Co-Lab and is engaged to direct short form series Bottle-O set to shoot later this year.

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