BIANCA BRADEY             ROSIE LOURDE              SARAH DE POSSESSE        LAUREN ORRELL 

Bianca Bradey is best known for her breakout role as Brooke in the Australian cult-classic movie Wyrmwood. In 2014 her intense performance earned rave reviews at genre film festivals around the world including Fantastic Fest in Austin Texas (Best Actress Nomination), Busan in South Korea and Toronto After Dark in Canada. Following this success, Bianca has featured alongside Kellan Lutz, Daniel Macpherson and Isobel Lucas in director Shane Abbess' feature SFv1, to be released in 2016. In 2015 Bianca was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema MILAN 2015 for the award winning short film A Private Matter. She has also worked on the Australian small screen playing opposite Richard Roxborough in Rake (2012) and earning her comedy stripes in I Rock (2013). In 2016 Bianca is set to star in director Jonathan Dixon's next feature Grey Fear.


Bianca Bradey is best known for her breakout role as Brooke in the Australian cult-classic movie Wyrmwood. In 2014 her intense performance earned rave reviews at genre film festivals around the world including Fantastic Fest in Austin Texas (Best Actress Nomination), Busan in South Korea and Toronto After Dark in Canada. Following this success, Bianca has featured alongside Kellan Lutz, Daniel Macpherson and Isobel Lucas in director Shane Abbess' feature SFv1, to be released in 2016. In 2015 Bianca was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema MILAN 2015 for the award winning short film A Private Matter. She has also worked on the Australian small screen playing opposite Richard Roxborough in Rake (2012) and earning her comedy stripes in I Rock (2013). In 2016 Bianca is set to star in director Jonathan Dixon's next feature Grey Fear.

  Rosie is an actor and a producer and is a recipient of the Screen NSW Emerging Producer Placement as well as the SPAA Ones to Watch, 2015. She is a producer and lead actor on the international hit online-drama STARTING FROM... NOW! (SFN) which amassed over 20 million views since March 2014. SFN won Best Webseries at She Webfest 2014 and received federal and state screen agency funding to create the Series 4 and 5. Rosie’s producing debut feature film, SKIN DEEP, was awarded Best Indie Film 2015 by AfterEllen, received an Honourable Mention for Best Narrative Feature at the Austin Film Festival and was nominated for an AWGIE for Best Original Screenplay 2015. As an actor Rosie can be seen in many projects including Stu Willis’ upcoming sci-fi series RESTORATION, Joel Edgerton’s FELONY, Stephen Sewell’s EMBEDDED, and hotly anticipated sci-fi TV series CLEVERMAN. Rosie currently has a slate of projects in development for TV, cinema and online as both a producer and an actor. 

 

Rosie is an actor and a producer and is a recipient of the Screen NSW Emerging Producer Placement as well as the SPAA Ones to Watch, 2015. She is a producer and lead actor on the international hit online-drama STARTING FROM... NOW! (SFN) which amassed over 20 million views since March 2014. SFN won Best Webseries at She Webfest 2014 and received federal and state screen agency funding to create the Series 4 and 5. Rosie’s producing debut feature film, SKIN DEEP, was awarded Best Indie Film 2015 by AfterEllen, received an Honourable Mention for Best Narrative Feature at the Austin Film Festival and was nominated for an AWGIE for Best Original Screenplay 2015. As an actor Rosie can be seen in many projects including Stu Willis’ upcoming sci-fi series RESTORATION, Joel Edgerton’s FELONY, Stephen Sewell’s EMBEDDED, and hotly anticipated sci-fi TV series CLEVERMAN. Rosie currently has a slate of projects in development for TV, cinema and online as both a producer and an actor. 

  For her breakout performance as Steph in Starting From…Now, Sarah de Possesse won Best Supporting Actress at the 2015 NYC Web Fest.  An Actors Centre Australia graduate, her screen credits include Pretend (2016), Open Wound (2015), Outside Your Window (2015), Move (2013), and online series Atomic Kingdom (2014). As a theatre and cabaret performer, her stage credits include Edgar's Girls, Titus Andronicus, Small Poppies, Bienvenue à Brelville, A Secret Place and Bustown. Sarah is featured in the development of upcoming Australian feature Jobs For Women.  She is also a filmmaker, producer and founder of Catch That Wave Productions.

 

For her breakout performance as Steph in Starting From…Now, Sarah de Possesse won Best Supporting Actress at the 2015 NYC Web Fest.  An Actors Centre Australia graduate, her screen credits include Pretend (2016), Open Wound (2015), Outside Your Window (2015), Move (2013), and online series Atomic Kingdom (2014). As a theatre and cabaret performer, her stage credits include Edgar's GirlsTitus Andronicus, Small Poppies, Bienvenue à Brelville, A Secret Place and Bustown. Sarah is featured in the development of upcoming Australian feature Jobs For Women.  She is also a filmmaker, producer and founder of Catch That Wave Productions.

  Lauren is an actor with a passion for finding the ‘out-there’ roles, the characters that never quite feel like they belong anywhere, but that can be found everywhere in life.  She has won a number of awards, including Best Actress at the 2012 Los Angeles New Wave Film Festival for Brush, which also gained her a nomination for Best Actress at the Madrid International Film Festival.  She’s currently filming Conscious a suspense thriller feature in Queensland.  Following that, she takes on the lead in Harriet McKern’s debut feature, Insert Word in the middle of this year. When she's not hustling for her latest role she's slowly making her own irreverent brand of content. Writing scripts that explore the more surreal aspects of human neurosis.  In the future she hopes that using her work she can create greater visibility for women and people of all backgrounds. 

 

Lauren is an actor with a passion for finding the ‘out-there’ roles, the characters that never quite feel like they belong anywhere, but that can be found everywhere in life.  She has won a number of awards, including Best Actress at the 2012 Los Angeles New Wave Film Festival for Brush, which also gained her a nomination for Best Actress at the Madrid International Film Festival.  She’s currently filming Conscious a suspense thriller feature in Queensland.  Following that, she takes on the lead in Harriet McKern’s debut feature, Insert Word in the middle of this year. When she's not hustling for her latest role she's slowly making her own irreverent brand of content. Writing scripts that explore the more surreal aspects of human neurosis.  In the future she hopes that using her work she can create greater visibility for women and people of all backgrounds.