Australian film making a tough road for actors and directors

by Peter D. Marshall

by Sharon Kennedy.

Sean Keenan and Pauline Chan work on different sides of the camera but they’re both passionate about Aussie film.

They both live in Sydney but they’ve probably never met until the CinefestOz film festival in Busselton.

Pauline Chan is a director and producer whose latest film 33 Postcards is a Chinese Australian co-production.

Sean Keenan is a local kid who starred as Lockie Leonard in the TV adaptation of Tim Winton’s books.

Their interviews on ABC South West mornings offer an insight into an industry that takes passion and commitment just to get to the starting gate.

Read the rest of this article from ABC.net

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