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‘Game Of Silence’, ‘Sneaky Pete’, Aseem Batra & ‘Sharing’ Pilots Add To Cast

Claire van der Boom (Love Is Now) has booked a regular role on NBC’s drama pilot Game Of Silence. Based on a Turkish format and directed by Niels Arden Oplev, Game Of Silence centers on Jackson (Lyons), a rising attorney on the brink of success who could lose his perfectly crafted life when his long-lost childhood friends threaten to expose a dark secret from their violent past. Van der Boom will play Marina, the beautiful, intelligent partner of her law firm who is…
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Universal Falls For ‘Love Is Now’; ‘Doctor Who’ Is Magic On Both Sides Of Pond: Global Showbiz Briefs

Universal Falls For ‘Love Is Now’; ‘Doctor Who’ Is Magic On Both Sides Of Pond: Global Showbiz Briefs
Universal Pictures has secured the international distribution rights to Eponine Films’ Australian feature Love Is Now. The Aussie pic stars Eamon Farren (Red Dog), Claire Van Der Boom (The Square, Hawaii Five-0) and Anna Torv (The Secret Life Of Us, Fringe) and will be released Down Under on December 4 via Oz distrib Hoyts. The story chronicles a summer of love for experienced photographer Audrey (Van Der Boom) and aspiring snapper Dean (Farren). Propelled by new love and Audrey’s free spirit, the couple embarks on a formative country adventure following the Nsw Harvest Trail, where they discover significantly more than they ever expected along the way. The film is written and directed by first time feature director Jim Lounsbury.

The BBC reports that season 8 of Doctor Who, which recently wrapped, had an average consolidated audience of 7.4M viewers every week in the UK. That marks an increase of 39% above overnight figures.
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Nsw backs 17 films and TV projects

The Nsw Government is investing $2.77 million. in 17 new film, TV and documentary productions via Screen Nsw.

That will trigger more than $50 million in production expenditure to the State and create 2,746 jobs, according to Arts Minister Troy Grant.

The projects include a Blinky Bill feature,. TV drama The Principal from Essential Media and Entertainment starring Alex Dimitriades, and a new collaboration between Blackfella Films and Werner Film Productions.

The funding is provided through Screen Nsw.s Production Investment and Regional Filming funds. .This is a great return on investment for the Government. For every dollar invested, more than $18 will be spent in Nsw, building capacity and sustainability in our world-class film and television industry,. Grant said. .This fantastic range of film and television programs will be produced here in Nsw, and not just in Sydney, but across many regional areas where the significant economic benefits of screen production will make a real impact in the community.
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Shooting begins on Love Is Now

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Shooting begins on Love Is Now
Eamon Farren and Claire Van Der Boom star in Eponine Films’ Australian love story.

Shooting has begun on Eponine Films’ production Love Is Now, which will shoot for five weeks across Sydney and various other New South Wales locations including the Hunter Valley as well as regionally in Bigga, Crookwell and Maitland.

Love is Now follows experienced photographer Audrey and aspiring photographer Dean as they travel across the Australian landscape, falling in love along the way.

It stars Eamon Farren and Claire Van Der Boom alongside Anna Torv, Dustin Clare, Heather Mitchell and Chris Haywood.

Now, as well as Australian Bicycle company Reid Cycles as a supporter of the film.
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Van der Boom and Farren star in Oz drama

Claire van der Boom and Eamon Farren are playing the leads in Love is Now, a romantic drama now shooting in Sydney and regional Nsw.

It.s the first narrative feature from writer/director Jim Lounsbury and producer Behren Schulz, who formed Eponine Films in 2009.

The plot follows experienced photographer Audrey (van der Boom) and aspiring snapper Dean (Farren) as they embark on a trip through orchard country and a passionate relationship develops.

The supporting cast includes Anna Torv, Dustin Clare, Heather Mitchell and Chris Haywood.

Schulz told If that he and Lounsbury came up with the idea on a plane trip and the first draft of the script was written in one weekend.

He raised the budget from private investors and sponsorship from Nikon and Reid Cycles. The filmmakers announced the partnership with Nikon at Tropfest last year; the film is being shot on Nikon cameras and Nikkor lenses.
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