Frankie-Rae provides legal services to feature film and television producers in both the development and production stages. She has experience drafting and negotiating cast agreements for local and international talent as well as preparing agreements for writers, directors and all other above the line personnel.
Frankie has extensive experience drafting and negotiating underlying rights agreements including options and deeds of assignment, both acting for producers and underlying rights holders.
Aside from film and television, Frankie also acts for media personalities in other areas of the entertainment industry.
Frankie has worked on numerous film and television programs at various stages of production, including; The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart (2023), Strife (2023), Last King of the Cross (2023), The Dry (2020), Penguin Bloom (2020), The Furnace (2020), Hotel Mumbai (2019), The Nightingale (2018), Winchester (2018), Swinging Safari (2018), Guardians of the Tomb (2018), Jungle (2017), Bad Blood (2017) and Rabbit (2017).
Frankie-Rae joined the firm in September 2015 after previously working in a boutique entertainment law firm in Melbourne.
Bachelor of Laws
Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
Frankie is a member of the Law Institute of Victoria.