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'Why doesn't she just leave?' Written & Directed by Robin Summons robinsummons.com CAST & CREW: Clara - Tanya Schneider Divorcee - Brad Liddicoat Real Estate Agent - Arthur Giamalidis Veteran - Paul De Freitas Suburban Guy - Oliver Murdoch Businessman - Marty Rhone Troubled Youth - Jayden Popik Intellectual - Aaron Walton Tough Guy - Adam Ramzi Writer, Director - Robin Summons Producer - Alex Gillespie Casting - Peta Dermatis Editor - Damien Magee Cinematographer - Alice Stephens Composer - Chiara Costanza Production Designer - Leah Popple Production Manager - Justine Pitcher 1st Assistant Director - John Sandow Sound Design and Mix - Colin Simkins 2nd AD - Hannah Koch Production Coordinator - Isabelle Graham Casting Reader - Jayden Popik 1st Assistant Camera - Harry Byrne, Cam Stewart 2nd Assistant Camera - Monique Bettello VTR - Nicholas Dempsey Gaffers - Ruru Reedy, Adam Hunter Additional Gaffer - Hannah Palmer Best Boys - Shylo Tui, Crispian Hayler Lighting Assistants - Rhys Watkins, Joel Green Gaffer Mentees - Erin Mahone, Bridget Doyle, Zachary Mcdonald Key Grip - Glenn Arrowsmith Best Boy Grip - John Regan Grip Assistant - Jake Tovestin Grip Mentee - Nikita Dunovits-Ferrier Set Decorator - Jules Grant Art Assistants - Nikki Barba, Jasper Snelleman Wardrobe - Lenna Boord Make Up - Greta Keddie Stunt Coordinator - Graham Jahne Sound Recordist - Bart Bee Sound Mentee - Kirsty Walsh 3rd Assistant Director - Summah Hurley Runners - Julia Moerman Hellman, Rebecca Madin Catering, Unit - Maureen Cooney, Stephen Snellerman, Alex White, Mads White Art Dept Bump Out - Lauren Crocket, Lou Rooney, Otis Filley, Will Mccann, Genevieve O’Shea Offline Edit - Arc Edit Offline assistant - Bella Walker Post Producer - Freya Maddock Exec Producer - Joseph Perkins Sound Design and Mix - Gusto Studios Audio Producer - Brigid Giles-Webb Grade and Online Edit - Crayon Studios Colour Grade - Abe Wynen Producer - Meg Doyle Online - Visible Studios Online Editor - Tim Whiting Key Art - Charlie Perry, Anu Kumar
A Picture of Other People
An emergency services operator takes a call from a young boy whose mother has collapsed and is confronted by numerous parallels between the boy’s home life and her own.
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