I’m producing a 6-minute black comedy called Crumble. The screenplay was written by Christopher Brandon. The Director is fantastic Georgiana Taylor. I need some talented emerging crew urgently! In particular, a Production Designer, Costume Designer, Composer and Sound Designer, and a few runners.
Monday 8 September in North Sydney and Neutral Bay
Tuesday 9 September in Petersham
Maeve loves food, and no one’s going to question it—ever again!
Please contact Leonie Mansfield:
Mob: 0467 889 122
Here is some info about the team:
GEORGIANA TAYLOR (DIRECTOR)
Georgiana is a London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) graduate who has directed and produced work in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. Her latest digital project, a comedy web series called Woodville (http://www.smh.com.au/tv/Comedy/show/Woodville-4362800.html) was funded through NZ On Air and picked up by Comedy Central, Quickflix, Sydney Morning Herald TV, and selected for the prestigious Raindance Film Festival. Her commercial work has been nominated for a Cannes Lion. A resident of NSW, Georgiana currently works between New Zealand and Sydney as a freelance Director/Producer. She is represented by Film Construction and works in the Drama Development Department at Blackfella Films.
CHRIS BRANDON (WRITER)
Chris is an Emmy-nominated screenwriter. He is a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, where he studied creative writing under poet and novelist Brendan Kennelly, before training as an actor at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). His first screenplay Blacklight was nominated for the Sir Peter Ustinov Award at the Emmys, and he has just completed a TV pilot Minuteman for actor Jason O’Mara (Life On Mars, Terra Nova). He is represented by United Agents.
LEONIE MANSFIELD (PRODUCER)
Leonie is a Sydney-based independent Producer. She has recently returned from a six-year stint in London, working at Matthew Vaughn’s production company Marv Films (Kick Ass, The Debt, Harry Brown, X-Men: First Class). Leonie has a degree from UTS in Media Arts and Production, and cut her teeth as a post-house Frame, Set and Match, moving into the Development and Investment Department at Screen NSW, before relocating to the UK. She is delighted to be producing back in her hometown.