Vicki runs her own Production Company, Sweet Potato Films, a small boutique film and TV company in Tasmania, her home state, and has co-created, co- produced and written the critically acclaimed TV series, The Kettering Incident and more recently, created and wrote the highly commended Disney/STARZ/AUS Series, The Gloaming, set against the stunning backdrop of Hobart.
The Kettering Incident is a $15 million high-end drama for Foxtel, set in the dramatic landscape of Tasmania and is the first adult TV drama to be set there. Critics worldwide have described it as ground breaking, bold and confident storytelling that subverts and elevates the crime genre. TKI has enjoyed stunning award success both in Australia and overseas, winning the Special Jury Prize at the prestigious Series Mania Festival in Paris, with David Chase (Sopranos) as head Juror, four AACTA awards, the SPAA award (Screen Producer’s Association) for most outstanding telemovie or mini-series and two Logie awards for outstanding telemovie or mini-series. Madden was short-listed for an Australian writer award (AWGIE) for excellence in writing and for the prestigious NSW Premier’s Literary Award. TKI has been Foxtel’s highest rating drama ever and been critically acclaimed in Australia and is currently showing in the US and the UK to rave reviews. BBC worldwide has distribution rights.
The Gloaming premiered on STAN in 2020 after a stunning launch at the Sydney Opera House. The Gloaming is an $18 million Gothic Noir series that solidified Madden’s career and reputation world-wide and coined the phrase to describe her work, Tasmanian Noir. Vicki has been nominated for the prestigious NSW Literary Award for television and the series was nominated for a Logie and an AACTA (Australian Academy of Cinema, Television and the Arts). The Gloaming was also nominated for the prestigious SPA (Screen Producer’s Award) in 2022.
Vicki is currently developing a horror-thriller feature film in Tasmania and hopes to be filming the second half of 2022. She is also developing new TV shows for both the US and under her umbrella, Sweet Potato Films in Australia. Vicki is represented by CAA in the US and United Artists in the UK.