All Of Us Productions has brought together a team of South Australian media and film industry professionals to produce The Greatest Air Race.

Lainie Anderson (Producer) is a columnist with Adelaide’s Sunday Mail. Her 30 years’ experience in journalism includes positions at the Herald Sun in Melbourne and The Times in London. Last year she travelled overseas on a Churchill Fellowship, visiting nine countries in seven weeks researching the Great Air Race. She has since written Long Flight Home, an historic fiction on the Air Race that’s due for release in 2019.  

Susan Harrington (Director/Producer) has been a broadcast producer and journalist for 30 years. During that time she has worked in newsrooms at Channel 7, the ABC and Channel 9 in Australia and at Visnews, Reuters Television and BBC Radio in London. Susan has produced and directed documentaries on tall ship races in Europe and Adelaide Oval - the Untold Story documentary.

Max Anderson (Writer/Producer) is a freelance writer and former deputy travel editor of The Sunday Times (UK). He has a number of international awards including British Travel Writer of the Year. In 2005, he wrote Digger, an account of his time as a gold prospector in Western Australia. It was published by Picador (UK) and condensed by Readers’ Digest in four languages.

Carolyn Johnson (Executive Producer) produces award-winning dramas and documentaries including Tanna which was nominated for an Academy Award®. Her latest film The Last Goldfish is a feature documentary which screened at SFF and AFF and was nominated for SFF Best Australian Documentary. Carolyn has a long list of credits as a producer or executive producer including Son of a Lion, A Law Unto Himself, Stumbling in Hillary’s Footsteps, Over The Edge, Madhattan and A Sense of Self.

Rob Brown (Director of Photography) is a Walkley Award-winning cameraman with three decades of experience including 22 years with Seven Network Australia as a senior staff camera operator, editor and field producer. Rob was also the Director of Photography and camera operator for The 13th House, a 53-minute short feature funded by the Australian Film Corporation.

Your Vimy should be as iconic to Australia
as the Spirit of Saint Louis is to America. It’s that important.
— Alex Spencer, Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum