Dream Home, written and directed by David Williamson has opened at the Ensemble Theatre. The production stars Guy Edmonds, Haiha Lee and Justin Stewart Cotta.
Dana and Paul finally have it all – creative careers, a baby on the way… and an apartment in Bondi. They can’t quite believe their luck. As it turns out, they shouldn’t. With an ex-lover, her jealous husband and a kleptomaniac for neighbours, things are bound to get complicated!
This brand new comedy from David Williamson will have you laughing out loud at the true cost of buying property in Sydney.
Dream Home will be playing until the 28th of March, for more information or to book tickets, click here.
Congratulations to Blake Ayshford on his 2015 AACTA award Best Telefeature or Miniseries for Devil’s Playground. As a Producer of the show, he shares the award with Helen Bowden and Penny Chapman.
Blake was also head writer and showrunner on Devil’s Playground which premiered on Foxtel’s Showcase last September.
Congratulations to Julie Lynch on taking home the Sydney Theatre Award for Best Costume Design of a Mainstage Production for her wonderful Noises Off designs for the Sydney Theatre Company. SMH‘s Jason Blake said “Several of Julie Lynch’s costume designs – early 1970s bell-bottoms, jean suits and polyester – received rounds of applause, starting with the groovy purple ensemble modelled by Graham in Act I.”
Congratulations again Julie!
Congratulations to all the nominees for this year’s Sydney Theatre Awards, with special mentions for our clients. Lily Newbury-Freeman was nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in an Independent Production for On the Shore of the Wide World. In productions for the STC, we’re delighted to announce that Julie Lynch‘s colourful Costume Design earned her a nomination for Noises Off as well as Max Lyandvert‘s tremendous Score/Sound Design for earned him a nomination for his work on Macbeth. Nominated for Best New Australian Work is Sue Smith‘s wonderful play Kryptonite which played at the STC and STCSA. Nick Payne‘s play Constellations (Darlinghurst Theatre Company) was nominated for Best Independent Production and our writing client Kate Mulvany was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Tartuffe.
Congratulations again, for the full list of nominees, click here.
Cameron’s is delighted to congratulate the following clients who have been nominated for the 4th Annual AACTA Awards. The AACTAs honour screen excellence in Australia across film, television and documentary.
Andrew Anastasios – Best Original Screenplay for The Water Diviner
Blake Ayshford – Best Telefeature or Miniseries for Devil’s Playground
Marden Dean – Best Cinematography for Fell
Peter Duncan – Best Television Drama Series for Rake Series 3
Peter Duncan – Best Screenplay in Television for Rake Series 3, Episode 1
Xanthe Heubel - Best Costume Design in Television for The Outlaw Michael Howe
David Michôd - Best Direction for The Rover
Garry Phillips - Best Cinematography for The Railway Man
Matt Villa – Best Editing for Predestination
Matt Villa – Best Editing for The Water Diviner
Please visit the The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts website at www.aacta.org for the full list of nominees.
We are delighted to congratulate Julia-Rose Lewis as the recipient of the Philip Parsons Fellowship for Emerging Playwrights.
The Fellowship provides Julia with a writer’s commission and support for the development of the new play from Belvoir.
Julia won the award with her first play Samson, an Australian coming-of-age story set in a country town which fizzes with truth, both the brutal and the beautiful. Samson will make it’s mainstage debut in a Belvoir & La Boite co-production in April and May 2015.
Anthea Williams, Belvoir’s Associate Director – Literary is quoted saying, ‘Julia loves people and she loves the way they talk. She has a great ear for voices and creates characters that feel specific and quirky yet utterly believable. Samson is such a strong debut play that we’ve programmed it in our 2015 Season and I’m so pleased we get to work with Julia on her next professional work.’
Congratulations to Cameron’s clients Felicity Abbott and James Croke for their wins at the 2014 Australian Production Design Guild Awards. The awards recognise design excellence across stage, screen and multimedia design.
Felicity received the APDG Award for Design on a Television Drama for her work on The Outlaw Michael Howe, whilst James accepted the Autodesk Award for Design on a Short Film for his short, Shift.
The inaugural Australian Production Design Guild Awards event was held on Monday 24th November, 2014.
Congratulations, James and Felicity!
Rake took home the award for Best Drama Television Production of the Year at the 2014 Screen Producers Australia Awards on Tuesday evening. The Awards celebrate outstanding Australian screen content and creators.
Rake, created by Cameron’s Peter Duncan, will return to ABC1 in 2016 for a fourth season.
For a full list of the night’s winners, click here.