"Well, as a female actress you get really good at crying and taking your clothes offâ€”sort of like how the male actors get really good at sword fighting and having all the dialogue." â€”Matilda Ridgway in The Guardian
A working theatre actor questions her calling when she plays Lady Macduff in an increasingly violent production of Shakespeareâ€™s Macbeth, with an internationally celebrated auteur director.
A Victorian College of the Arts film Written & directed by Sunday Emerson Gullifer Produced by Alexandra George Cinematographer: Jack McAvoy Editor: Andrew Kristiaman Composer: Kelly Ryall Sound: Lachlan Harris & Thom Kellar, Folklore Sound & Music Production Designer: Daphne Do Costume Designers: Ashton Langdon & Greta Thompson-Weiner Fight Choreographer: Felicity Steel
Starring Matilda Ridgway (Cannes Palme D'Or nominee The Guests), Mark Leonard Winter (Cleverman, Top of the Lake: China Girl), Charlotte Nicdao (Please Like Me, Thor: Ragnarok), Amanda LaBonte (Wentworth) & Matt Boesenberg (Underbelly: Squizzy)
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Sydney Film Festival 2017 (World Premiere) Telluride Film Festival 2017 (International Premiere) Munich International Festival of Film Schools 2017 (European Premiere) Heart of Gold International Short Film Festival 2017 Flickerfest International Short Film Festival 2018 For Film's Sake Festival 2018 St Kilda Film Festival 2018
Winner â€“ Best Performance in an Australian Short Film, Flickerfest International Short Film Festival 2018 Winner â€“ Luggi Waldleitner Award for Best Screenplay, Munich International Festival of Film Schools 2017 Winner â€“ Best Masters Narrative Production, Victorian College of the Arts Graduate Awards 2016 Highly Commended â€“ Dendy Awards for Australian Short Films, Sydney Film Festival 2017 Nominee â€“ Best Direction in a Student Film, Australian Directors' Guild Awards 2017 Nominee â€“ Best Editing in a Drama Non-Feature, Australian Screen Editors' Guild Awards 2017 Nominee â€“ Best Actor, St Kilda Film Festival 2018 Nominee â€“ Best Tertiary Short Fiction, ATOM Awards 2017 Nominee â€“ Sarah Watt Award for a female director, Victorian College of the Arts Graduate Awards 2016
Marketing assistance provided by Screen Australia This film received funds through Creative Partnerships Australia under the Australian Cultural Fund This film is the grateful recipient of a VCA & MCM Faculty Graduate Student Assistance Grant