The film follows a cantankerous English teacher and disgraced author who must show he’s a changed man if his latest manuscript is to be published. But what promises to be the best week of his life professionally, spirals into seven days of hell personally.
Watch the trailer below.
SJM's Andre de Vanny is currently showing 'Swansong' in Los Angeles.
Reviews have called it "...an extraordinary performer in a powerful play... Physically, vocally, and emotionally, de Vanny will mesmerize you with his outrageous talent and verisimilitude."
"Occi is an eternal optimist," says de Vanny. "We all know people who have hope even in the most dire situations. This is a timeless, relevant story. Prejudice and mental illness are unfortunately still prevalent in society today. This play speaks to those issues here and now. It shines a light on people who slip through the cracks, those who are outcast and forgotten."
'Swansong' opened 18 Aug and runs until 7 Oct. Read about it HERE.
A new Australian drama – the first produced in this country by FX - has released it's new trailer.
The six-parter plunges viewers into the world of professional hitman Ray Shoesmith – a character who may already be familiar to some, as he was front and centre of the 2006 film 'The Magician'.
SJM's Marlo Kelly will be starring in upcoming USA network pilot DARE ME. Marlo will play Beth Cassidy, a perfect pixie cheerleader on the outside, but on the inside a rebel who knows no limits.
Peter Berg and Michael Lombardo of Film 44 executive produce along with Sarah Condon and Karen Rosenfelt.
Read about it here on DEADLINE HOLLYWOOD.
Directed by SJM’s Jason Perini, CHASING COMETS is opening in cinemas nationally 23rd August.
Written by ex NRL player Jason Stevens and boasting a great cast. This Aussie feature film is set in country town Wagga where the locals are divided over their loyalty for rival football codes, AFL and NRL. Check out the trailer and don’t miss it!
Watch the trailer HERE.
Sydney Theatre Company's 'Harp in the South' opened over the weekend with an incredible back to back showing of both parts of the brilliant epic.
Celebrated playwright Kate Mulvany has adapted novelist Ruth Park’s revered Australian trilogy – 'Missus', 'The Harp in the South' and 'Poor Man’s Orange' – and spread these beloved stories across two equally ambitious plays.
"This is one of the best casts assembled in Sydney for a long time. " - The Australian
Season runs until 8th October. Book your tickets HERE.
The trailer for upcoming feature film 'The Flip Side' starring SJM's Luke McKenzie alongside Eddie Izzard and Emily Taheny is now out.
The film opens in cinemas the end of August this year, and is billed as a film about the intricacies of relationships, ambition and love when mixed with a bloody good shiraz.
Sarah Aubrey is one of Australia’s top voice actors. A NIDA graduate and best actress at Tropfest winner she is the voice of Australia’s number one television network Channel 7, ...
Sean Barker has been a professional actor for 20 years. He's been in demand as a voice artist for most of that time too. Sean's voice is warm, likeable and trustworthy and he brings ...
Vanessa Gray is a graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA). On Screen, she most recently appeared in the hit ABC TV series, Dance Academy, and has previously been seen in US/Australian co-production Camp, Mr and Mrs Murder, Rescue Special Ops, All Saints and she was the lead in FremantleMedia's The Strip.
Vanessa has a beautiful natural and emotive read and her voice is warm, familiar and trustworthy. From young Mum to successful businesswoman to goddess - she has many personas in real life and she brings them all to the studio!
Grant Lyndon began his voice career at the age of 14 when he was the voice of the ever popular 'Hollywood Hotline'. Having studied broadcast audio and working at ABC TV, he had a great feel for the studio environment. Grant began pinning his voice to projects and in turn his voice was found supporting brands such as Ford, Audi, Jacobs Creek and many more...When Grant began his acting career his commercial work lead him to more voice work and finding a textured maturity that differed from his earlier work.With 20 years of experience across Film,TV, Theatre and Radio Broadcast. Grant is sure to deliver what you are after in the studio.
Samantha Young is an Actor, Director, Voiceover Artist and MC who graduated from NIDA BDA (Acting) in 2007 and MFA (Directing) in 2014. As a Voiceover Artist, Samantha has voiced campaigns for ABC Radio National, Darwin Festival, Northern Territory Government, Hot 100 Darwin and Sprout Creative. As a Corporate MC, Samantha has hosted functions for state and federal government, Medicare, The Young Achiever Awards, and National and International conferences. She has performed on stage with Sport for Jove, The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Belvoir, STC, Rocksurfers, Melbourne Festival, Adelaide Fringe and Darwin Festival, and has been seen on screen for the ABC, Stan Network and Starz Network.
Samantha's voice has a very unique, husky quality to it and she is equally great with straight, retail, corporate and comedic reads.
Darren Sabadina graduated from NIDA in 2009, having performed in Women Beware Women, The Kitchen, Face to Face, Measure for Measure, Summer Folk and the feature film, Jimmy Tennison. He played the role of 'Damian' in Brendan Cowell's Ruben Guthrie at La Boite Theatre in Brisbane, directed by David Berthold, and starred in the short film The Good Neighbour which was highly successful on the festival circuit. Recent plays he has performed in include The Last Shift, The Heidi Chronicles and The Summer of Lee. Darren has worked in Radio, as a presenter for the V8 Supercars and on numerous big scale commericals including Cricket Australia, Cricket England, Pepsi Max, Doritos, Sharp TV and TAB.