Gemma has spent the past two years in London undertaking further training at the highly esteemed Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Whilst in London she produced and performed in numerous films, which are being very well received on the international film festival circuit. After much success, her most recent short film has just been screened at Monaco International Film Festival. Since graduating from QUT in 2008, Gemma has appeared in several critically acclaimed stage productions across the country. In 2010 she appeared as Ophelia in La Boite’s award winning run of ‘Hamlet’ and that same year transferred a show to the New York Fringe Festival, ‘One Thumb Out’ directed by Zoe Carides. In 2012/13, Gemma embarked on a nationwide tour of ‘Goodbye Jamie Boyd’, a one-woman show for Monkey Baa & Buzz Dance Theatre.
We’re thrilled to announce that Camerons clients Simon Ozolins ACS and Jeremy Rouse ACS won multiple VIC/Tas Gold ACS Awards for their film, TV and commercials work.
Simon Ozolins won a Gold ACS Award for his work on the Ambience Entertainment TV series Tomorrow When the War Began while Jeremy Rouse won a Gold ACS Award for his cinematography on the German feature film Jonathan.
Congratulations to Kim Hardwick for the success of The Shadow Box at The Old Fitz.
The Shadow Box is a compelling dramatic triptych, three terminal cancer patients dwell in separate cottages on a hospital’s grounds. The three are attended and visited by family and close friends: Agnes and her mother Felicity, estranged further by the latter’s dementia; Brian and Beverly, whose marital complications are exacerbated by Brian’s new lover, Mark; and Joe and Maggie, unready for the strain of Joe’s impending death and its effect on their teenage son.
For more information and how to book, click here.
“In Hardwick’s hands it is uplifting and there is a lot of warmth and humour.” – John McCallum, The Australian
A warm welcome to QUT graduates, Tom Yaxley and Bellatrix Scott.
Congratulations to Cameron’s Director, Peter Houghton, on the opening of Neil Simons’ The Odd Couple at MTC over the weekend.
The Odd Couple is a classic comedy about divorced men living together might be, perversely, the world’s funniest play about marriage. Has there ever been such a mismatch than this between the curmudgeonly slob Oscar Madison and the pernickety Felix Ungar? Can a seven-room Manhattan apartment ever be big enough for both of them?
It’s playing until November 21. For more information and how to book, click here.
“Director Peter Houghton has a firm grasp of commercial comedy … the laughs in this buddy comedy flow as freely as the action, with a current of real poignancy under all the easy-to-take fun.” – Cameron Woodhead, The Sydney Morning Herald
“Director Peter Houghton makes deft use of the stage … but most impressive is the comedy he extracts from this play that is not of Simon’s making.” – Maxim Boon, The Daily Review
Congratulations to Cameron’s designer, Jo Briscoe, for winning the ‘Next Printing Award for Production Design for a Television Production’ with her work on series 2 of The Katering Show at the APDG Awards last night.
‘…raw and resplendent cinematography’ IndieWire
‘handsomely shot by Adam Arkapaw’ Time Magazine
Starring Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander, acclaimed director Derek Cianfrance and Cameron’s client, cinematographer Adam Arkapaw, brings Australian author M. L. Stedman’s bestselling novel to the big screen in The Light Between Oceans, in cinemas nationally today.
Congratulations to the Cameron’s Clients nominated in this year’s AACTA awards
Best Original Screenplay
Down Under – Abe Forsythe
Hacksaw Ridge – Andrew Knight
The Daughter – Veronika Jenet ASE
Best Production Design
The Daughter – Steven Jones-Evans APDG
Best Television Drama Series
Jack Irish – Andrew Knight
Rake – Peter Duncan ADG
Best Television Comedy Series
Upper Middle Bogan – Robyn Butler
Best Direction in a Television Drama or Comedy
Rake, Episode 8 – Peter Duncan ADG
Best Screenplay in Television
Upper Middle Bogan, ‘New Kids on the Block’ – Robyn Butler
Best Original Music Score in Television
The Kettering Incident – Max Lyandvert
Best Production Design in Television
The Beautiful Lie, Episode 3 – Elizabeth Mary Moore
Oscar Wilde’s “The Nightingale and the Rose” – Del Kathryn Barton
Congratulations to the following clients who have been shortlisted for the 2016 APDG awards:
Hero Frock Hire Award for Costume Design for a Feature Film – Margot Wilson for The Daughter.
The Jenny Tate Award for Costume Design for a Live Performance – Julie Lynch for The Tempest.
The Yellow Agency Award for Set Design for Live Performance – Julie Lynch for The Tempest.
Next-Printing Award for Production Design for a Television Production – Jo Briscoe for series 2 of The Katering Show.
Docklands Studios Melbourne Award for Production Design for a Feature Film – Elizabeth Mary Moore for Backtrack.
Winners will be announced on Monday 7 November