Hopscotch Features was established in Sydney in 2009 by founding partners Troy Lum, (producer of The Water Diviner, Saving Mr Banks; former EVP International Productions at Entertainment One), Andrew Mason (producer of The Matrix, Dark City, The Water Diviner) and John Collee (writer of Master and Commander, Happy Feet).
Hopscotch continues as the Australian base for producing partners Lum and Mason.
Hopscotch Features’ output has included Anne Fontaine’s Adoration, starring Naomi Watts and Robin Wright; Disney production, Saving Mr. Banks, with Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson; Russell Crowe's directorial debut, The Water Diviner and most recently the sci-fi action-packed comedy, Nekrotronic, starring Monica Bellucci and Ben O’Toole.
Upcoming film projects include the Lee Miller biopic, starring Kate Winslet, and the adaptation of Anna Funder’s best-selling WWII espionage novel, All That I Am.
The company’s move into TV includes adaptations of best-selling Irish-set thriller The Ruin, Bill Bryson’s iconic Short History of Nearly Everything and the Australian writer Trent Dalton’s multiple award-winning novel, Boy Swallows Universe.