Introducing the Dwights, originally known as Clubland in Australia, is an Australian comedy film released in 2007, written by Keith Thompson and directed by Cherie Nowlan. The film stars Khan Chittenden, Emma Booth, who won the Australian Film Institute award for best supporting actress, Richard Wilson and Brenda Blethyn. It is notable for being featured at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival and subsequently receiving the backing of Warner Independent Films. The film depicts the burgeoning romance between Jill (Emma Booth) and Tim Maitland (Khan Chittenden), against the background of Tim's parents' attempts to make it big in the entertainment business, with Jean (Brenda Blethyn) working the comedy clubs with her standup routines and John (Frankie J. Holden) seeking to recapture his former fame as a country and western singer. Tim struggles to balance his relationship with Jill, his mother's attempts at fame and the needs of his disabled brother Mark (Richard Wilson).