Teenage photographer Tommy Petroni distills 4 months of video he took of his friends in all sorts of settings down to 4 graceful and moving minutes in a wonderful ode to friends, fun and being young. Made with the encouragement and support of Eliot Rausch (director of Vimeo’s Video of Year, Last Minutes with Oden) Petroni captures the nostalgic, wistful feeling for things not yet past that is...
Shakes On A Train →
Ebony talks about performing the most famous monologue of them all…on the Sydney rail network for The Voices Project.
Melanie talks about approaching the To Be Or Not To Be soliloquy for The Voices Project, and its continuing relevance for contemporary audiences. The Voices Project: To Be Or Not To Be premieres online in early 2012.
Star turns, and back-up in wings →
The two most compelling theatre experiences of the year were very different plays, very different productions, yet they faced a similar challenge: connecting with a contemporary Sydney audience. Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/theatre/star-turns-and-backup-in-wings-20111226-1paao.html#ixzz1hrSCty4Y
Edward Burns and the Socialization of Indie Cinema →
“Twitter has fundamentally changed the way I make films,” film director, actor, writer and producer Edward Burns told me. At first blush, that might seem like an audacious statement, but in an era when full productions can get funded on Kickstarter and feature-length films are shot on consumer DS…
The perfect question of the day at our Tom Stoppard talk was from Rosamund...– What is a question? (via nautics)
Meet Izzy, from The Voices Project.
Welcome to THE VOICES PROJECT
THE VOICES PROJECT brings together the best of new monologue writing from atyp’s Fresh Ink emerging playwright program , and presents it on stage, on page, on film and online, giving voice to a new generation of Australian writers, theatremakers, filmmakers and performers. THE VOICES PROJECT kicked off in February 2011 with THE VOICES PROJECT : TELL IT LIKE IT ISN’T, a critically acclaimed...
A playwright on set – the making of Boot, the film →
Playwright Joanna Erskine writes on the making of the film adaptation of her powerful monologue, BOOT, part of The Voices Project.
In defense of Shakespeare—a conversation with... →
shakespearean: A conversation with distinguished Australian actor and director John Bell, who founded the Bell Shakespeare theatre company in 1990.
Meet Patrick, from The Voices Project.
To beach or not to beach? That is the question for Lavinia in The Voices Project.
Meet Kathy, from The Voices Project.
Meet Dianne, The Voices Project.
Learn how to write silence– Caleb Lewis
Playwright Caleb Lewis on finding your voice →
“There are few moments onstage more powerful than a good monologue. Done right it’s an act of virtuosity, a brief moment of stillness where everything else falls away save one startling single voice. Done badly it’s a twenty-minute drum solo – at best self-indulgent, at worst an interruption the audience endures waiting patiently for the show to resume.”
Finding A Voice | Filmink News →
Read more about The Voices Project in Film Ink!