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November 2, 2020 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Government House Ballroom

13 St Georges Terrace, Perth (parking Council House carpark)

Organized By

Annie Murtagh-Monks

Talented WA actors to read at PAC Script Lab’s FILM SCRIPT READING of
“INCUBUS” written and directed by David Holroyd on
Monday 2nd November at 7pm in the
Government House Ballroom, 13 St Georges Terrace, Perth

A twisted tale of love and monsters

Synopsis of the film:

Rich Eastman is a 17 year old social outcast with a rare disease, tormented by a monster that haunts his dreams and stalks his waking hours. When he meets a troubled girl fleeing from her own demons they join forces to confront them together.
After directing over 50 hours of primetime TV drama in the UK, David Holroyd’s first feature film as writer/ director was WMD in 2009, a political thriller about the faked Weapons of Mass Destruction evidence used to justify the invasion of Iraq. His second feature film The Haunted, released in May 2020 by Vertical Entertainment and Kaleidoscope Film Distribution was labelled “a hidden gem among horror movies” by Sci-Fi Movie page and “a taut, engaging thriller” by Starburst magazine. Now based in Perth after marrying an Australian, David is currently developing his next supernatural feature film project and a Sci-fi drama series set in Western Australia.

About the reading:
WA actors reading will be Holly Jones, Jackson Rutherford, Emma Jackson, Asher Yasbincek and Script Lab favourite Greg McNeill. PAC Script Lab rehearsed readings help the development of our stories by providing a ‘test audience’ for WA film scripts whilst also showcasing the exceptional actors we have in Western Australia. You can help support Australian stories to be told. This event is made possible by the generosity of our actors and the Government House ‘Restart the Arts’ initiative and is supported by Screenwest & Lotterywest through their Bright Ideas Crew Capacity initiative. Join members of the film industry, have a glass of wine and be part of the development of this compelling mystery thriller. (Suitable for those 16 years and older.)


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Posted 23 October 2020