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New Cast & Director Photo

Clockwise from bottom: Sarah Krndija (Actor), Cameron Hutt (Actor), Sean Bell (Director), Violet Simpson (Actor).

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A Film Within A Film.

In The Junket, Hollywood Actress Olivia Sarkin is promoting a movie of the same title. Here’s the incredible poster for her ficticious film within ours:

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Rehearsal.

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Meet ‘The Junket’ Crew

I’m excited to unveil a crew of extremely talented and experienced professionals who will bring ‘The Junket’ to life with me. Get to know who’s who here!

– Sean Bell, Director

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Cameron Hutt cast in ‘The Junket’

Born and raised in Sydney, Cameron Hutt has been an actor for nearly 10 years. He studied abroad at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and has received rave reviews for his performances in Pride & Predjudice, 4000 Miles and The Importance of Being Earnest.

Now he will bring the character of Stan to life in The Junket. Stan is a celebrity interviewer and self-assured jack of all trades. He’s got a large, barely concealed ego and a penchant for flirting.

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Violet Simpson cast in ‘The Junket’

Violet Simpson is a Sydney based actor who’s performances range from stage to screen. Violet completed her theatre training at the Yale Summer Conservatory for Actors, and Anthony Meindl’s Actor Workshop, with additional technique training under Kevin Jackson, and Linklater voice training with Amy Hume. She is currently performing with the Spark Theatre Ensemble. Violet has also undergone screen training with both Les Chantery and Amy Kersey. She has worked on various short films in her screen career, spanning from horror, to drama, to comedy, including her role as The Waitress in director Landon Maxwell’s Extra Hot and Bothered

Violet will play Publicist to Olivia Sarkin, Hollywood star, in The Junket. Her character is a cattish enabler and co-conspirator who will turn on anyone to make the talent happy.

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A short psychological thriller.

“Test test. One two. One two.”

Celebrity interviewer and self-proclaimed feminist Stan hears something he shouldn’t when eavesdropping on Olivia Sarkin, the intimidating star of an upcoming vampire movie. She’s just taken a quick break in the middle of their chat, but left her microphone on. Stan decides to listen in, but he’s not the only one doing something clandestine.