Mustangs FC is a goal kicking comedy drama about girls who are abandoning the sidelines and starting their local football club's first all-female team. Apart from writing four episodes across the series, Magda also contributed additional writing on three episodes and worked a Script Coordinator/Editor for the duration of Season 1.
Magda’s screenplay for Season 1 Episode 9 received the 2018 Australian Writer’s Guild Award for Children's Television – C Classification.
The Heights is a new half-hour serial drama exploring the relationships between the residents of the Arcadia social housing tower and the people who live in the rapidly gentrifying community that surrounds it.
Neighbours is an Australian icon and the longest running drama series in Australian history. It is set on Ramsay Street, a residential cul-de-sac in the fictional Melbourne suburb of Erinsborough - and explores the trials and tribulations of families and friends, Neighbours brings the perfect blend of soap and sunshine to audiences in Australia and beyond.
Catch up on Neighbours weeknights at 6.30 on ELEVEN, and online at tenplay.
Writer | Short film
Lara is excited to be attending the government’s new Adult School but her journey toward ‘adulthood’ is thrown off track when she meets Harry, her new classmate.
This film was funded through the Screenwest Elevate70 program, and has so far screened at Flickerfest, Revelation Film Festival and Cinefest OZ.
Home and Away
Writer | 4 episodes
Home and Away is a daily serial drama chronicling the lives, loves, happiness, and heart-breaks of the residents of Summer Bay, a small coastal town in New South Wales, Australia.
A born wallflower, Margot has long lead a life of solitude - but this all changes when Harriet moves in next door with her son, Henry. Harriet seems like Margot's opposite, but they do have something in common: they'll both do anything to protect their babies.
Stuffed screened at SCENECS 2012 (Holland), Branchange Festival (UK), Aesthetica Short Film Festival (UK), Australian Short Film Festival, and Dungog Film Festival. The film won a ATOM Award and several WA Screen Awards (incl. Best Short Screenplay). Magda's script was also nominated for a Writer's Guild Award.