Adam Dolman is a graduate of the Australian Film Television and Radio School (Master of Arts). He has most recently produced television series High Life, starring Odessa Young, which was nominated for a 2017 AWGIE Award for Best Telemovie or Miniseries, and an AACTA Award for Best Online Series. Previously, he wrote for the long-running TV series Home and Away, worked in creative development for Academy Award-winning producer Barrie M. Osborne, and in film finance for Limelight International, where he was Co-Executive Producer for the telemovie Undertow.
Adam is co-writer and producer on the family fantasy feature The Nargun and the Stars, to be directed by Kriv Stenders, and is writing and developing a number of other projects.
In 2012, he undertook a Screen Australia funded internship at Red Wagon Productions in LA, working for Lucy Fisher and Douglas Wick (Divergent, The Great Gatsby, Lawless). Adam has worked as a Financing Consultant on the feature Little Fish and received the Kenneth Myer Fellowship to write a paper on international financing for Australian feature films.