CEO of Every Cloud productions – female owned and run film and TV company. Executive Producer & Producer and creator. Advocate for women in front of and behind the camera.
CEO & Co-Founder
Advocacy, Business and Finance, Entertainment, Leadership, Media and Communications, Mentoring
Fiona Eagger is an award-winning and highly experienced Producer and Executive Producer whose shows have traveled to a global audience. Fiona formed Every Cloud Productions with Deb Cox in 2009, co-creating and producing three series of the international award-winning drama Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. She has also co-created, executive produced and produced Newton’s Law, executive produced Indigenous drama The Gods of Wheat Street, and the youth short form series Deadlock which was given an AACTA Award in 2018. Fiona recently worked as Co-Creator and Executive Producer on Ms Fisher’s MODern Murder Mysteries for the Seven Network; and Executive Producer and Producer on the highly-anticipated feature film Miss Fisher & the Crypt of Tears; and most recently as Executive Producer for the reboot of the much-loved series SeaChange for the Nine Network.
In 2016 Fiona a recipient of the Jill Robb Award. In July 2017, as Every Cloud CEO, Fiona Eagger, was the recipient of Film Victoria’s Screen Business Ventures funding; in the same year received the Film Victoria Natalie Miller Fellowship for Women in Leadership.
In 2018 Fiona became an honorary Adjunct Professor in the School of Media and Communications at RMIT, and has taken a leading role promoting women in front and behind the camera throughout her career.