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‘The Drover’s Wife The Legend of Molly Johnson’ to premiere at SXSW

Leah Purcell’s The Drover’s Wife The Legend of Molly Johnson will lead the Australian contingent at next month’s SXSW Film Festival.

Purcell’s feature adaption of her award-winning stageplay will have its world premiere in the Narrative Spotlight section. Based on the Henry Lawson short story, The Drover’s Wife The Legend of Molly Johnson follows a woman and her stubborn determination to protect her family from the harshness of life in 1893, Snowy Mountains.

Purcell directed and stars in the film, having written the screenplay from her play of the same name.

‘The Drover’s Wife The Legend of Molly Johnson’, ‘Under the Volcano’ to premiere at SXSW

Eddie Perfect – Introspective

Stripped back, intimate and honest, this show will be a candid reflection on Eddie’s recent life and career working on Strictly Ballroom The Musical, Vivid White, Beetlejuice The Musical. The Musical. The Musical. and King Kong; Alive On Broadway. Many of these songs have never been heard or recorded, but every one of them has a story.

With Eddie back on stage and at the piano, and accompanied by violin and cello, Introspective is a rare glimpse of what it takes to write songs in some of the most creative and hostile environments known to humankind.

The 53rd Annual AWGIE Awards – Winners

Luke McGregor – Comedy – Situation or Narrative, Rosehaven: Series 4, Episode 1; Rosehaven: Series 4, Episode 5

Alex Lee with Victoria Zerbst, Michael Hing, Cameron James and Jenna Owen – Comedy – Sketch or Light Entertainment, The Feed: ‘Anger For Women’, ‘Chloe Shorten’s Husband’, ‘Social Media Cops’, ‘Scotophile’ and ‘Bushfire Press Release’

2020 AACTA Awards – Winners

Eddie Perfect – Best Online Drama or Comedy, Love In Lockdown (Gristmill)

Rebel Wilson – Best Subscription Television Presenter, LOL: Last One Laughing Australia

2020 Australian Podcast Awards – Winners

Dan Ilic – Best Comedy Podcast supported by Spotify for Podcasters, A Rational Fear (Downwind Media)

Rowdie Walden – Best Sex and Relationship Podcast supported by Piccolo Podcasts; Best Indigenous Podcast supported by SoundCartel, Search Engine Sex (Spotify)

Beth Armstrong – Best Wellbeing Podcast, Curveball – The Club you didn’t want to be part of (Curveball Media/Luke Mynott – Unison Sound)

2020 Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism – Winner

Rachael Brown, Josie Taylor, Tim Roxburgh, Marty Peralta and Trace Team – Radio/Audio Feature, Trace: The Informer (ABC)

So Now What? with Waleed Aly

The Covid-19 pandemic has turned our world upside down. From how we work and how we live to the very basics of human interaction – we’re having to adapt to ways of life we never thought possible. One thing is certain, nothing will ever be the same.

As we look to life beyond the virus, we ask: So Now What?

With the help of experts in their fields, each episode Waleed Aly explores a different aspect of our lives, how it’s been impacted by the coronavirus and just what we can expect on the other side.

Creative Representation was launched in 2003 to manage the very best actors, writers, broadcasters, presenters, directors and creators in Australia. With offices in Melbourne and Sydney and a global focus, Creative Rep is passionate about getting our artists’ ideas to the stage, screen and page and connecting our world class clients with the very best projects, material and collaborations.

We love working with artists that create uncompromising, challenging and unpredictable work and taking them to the world.