Australians in Film Live Read
featuring Live Read/LA
Over the last few weeks we have called out to our writer and actor members for a chance to participate in our first Live Read event, with help from our friends at Live Read/LA. Two scripts were chosen from many talented submissions, and a cast of AiF members has also been selected to read in front of our live studio audience.
...and the scripts are:
"The Pugilist" by Ed Blythe
"Transplant" by Joe Brukner Come listen to these selections, along with thoughts and tips from
Industry Insider Glen Dolman.
...and the AiF Member Actors participating are:
Nathan Wright, Rain Fuller, Martin Dingle Wall, Geordie Robinson, Dan Ilic, Adrienne Smith, Zac Garrod, Nathan Sapsford,
Matthew Foster, Ella James, Melissa Bickerton, Rachel Blackwood,
Adam Yeend, and Alex Cubis.
This event will be a lot of fun! Audience feedback is encouraged.
Wednesday, September 6
Chaplin Theater (Raleigh Studios)
5300 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Reception to follow at AiF's Creative Collective
ABOUT GLEN DOLMAN
Glen wrote the TV movies, Hawke, for Network Ten, based on the controversial life of former Prime Minster, Bob Hawke (wining the Australian Writers' Guild Award and three AACTAS, including for Best Telemovie or Mini-Series in 2010) and the adaptation of Fergus Hume's 19th century classic novel, The Mystery of a Hansom Cab, for the ABC in 2012.
In television, his credits include the animated series, Flipper & Lopaka, the puppet series, Li'l Horrors, the sci-fi series, Silversun, the ABC drama, Head Start, and the Network Seven dramedy, Always Greener. In the UK, he was a writer/script editor on The Bill (ITV), the Cartoon Network sitcom, My Spy Family, and Script Producer on season 4 of RTE's medical drama, The Clinic. He wrote the animated comedy feature, The Ark and the Aardvark, for director John Stevenson (Kung Fu Panda), currently in production, and has original dramas in development with Hulu in the US and Playmaker Media/Sony and Stan in Australia.
He recently wrote the web series dramedy, High Life, (directed by Luke Eve, produced by Adam Dolman, executive produced by Stephen Fry and starring Odessa Young) which won Best Drama Series at Melbourne, Toronto and Austin's Web Festivals.
ABOUT LIVE READ/LA
The Live Read/LA program, based in West Hollywood, started in 2016 by AiF member Tim Schildberger (who has over 15 years of live read experience), is a monthly, writer-based community event developed to help other writers improve their craft. Each reading has an "Industry Insider" as well as an audience of peers who provide critical feedback after each performance. Learn and participate more HERE