April 1, 2012 § 1 Comment
The Three Minute Project’s glorious journey thus far has been brought to true fruition with photos from the opening night of our 2012 Adelaide Fringe Premiere at the Mercury Cinema! Shot by Christopher Arblaster, all 54 beauties can be seen in their entirety on the Facebook page HERE.
But, just a sneak peak…
Did you miss our two Adelaide Fringe showings? Then read this 5-star review by Peter Maddern of Kryztoff! And if you’re appetite is whetted then never fear – we’re working hard to get The Three Minute Project out to audiences once more. So stay with us, we’ve only just begun!
January 23, 2012 § Leave a comment
This week we present to you a screen cap of Participant #168 Rebecca Taylor’s musical performance, including participants #178 James Taylor and #179 Mason Somerville. Bec was invited to re-do her screen test after her first screen test was cut short. Curious to know what she sang? (It was bloody brilliant!) Buy a ticket to our 2012 Adelaide Fringe premiere!
Next week more screen caps will once more be hitting up the Facebook page in countdown for our Fringe premiere. Get a ticket, Like us on Facebook, and help spread the word!
And finally – ALL 221 SCREEN TESTS HAVE BEEN EDITED! Today Tanya Jane Brain and I will be having another editing session to work through the final touches. Getting close now!
January 16, 2012 § Leave a comment
July 27, 2011 § Leave a comment
Last night we had our ninth filming session and successfully filmed 17 people over two and a half hours. Thank you to:
Lisa Blinco, Kiah Gossner, Tim van Mook-Letcher, Kara Clark, Stella Crawford, Ellie Parnell, Samantha Schaffer, Allegra McCormack, Charles Neate, Anna Bampton, Leonora Herweijer, Nithya de Zoysa, Tom Irvine, Elliot Zoerner, Will Menzies, Hiranya Ekanayake and Rebecca Taylor.
We now have 168 screen tests, meaning we only have 132 people to go! So if you want to help us reach 300, email Genevieve at firstname.lastname@example.org… We’d be delighted to have you involved.
Also – screen caps will be appearing on the Facebook page a little less regularly. But keep checking back, they’re sure to get there eventually.