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these final hours
04th Jun

‘These Final Hours’ will premiere at Melbourne International Film Festival in July this year. More information here.

What would you do on the last day on Earth?

With the end of the world only hours away, the self-absorbed James heads to the ultimate party-to-end-all-parties. On his way there, he saves the life of a young girl named Rose who is searching desperately for her missing father. This simple act sets James on a path to redemption.

The feature film debut of writer/director Zak Hilditch, These Final Hours will have its world premiere at MIFF. Featuring a fresh, local take on the apocalypse sub-genre with a cast that includes Nathan Phillips (Wolf Creek), Sarah Snook (Not Suitable for Children), Daniel Henshall (Snowtown), Jessica De Gouw (Arrow) and Lynette Curran (The Boys), it was supported by the MIFF Premiere Fund and inspired by Hilditch’s ACTAA award-winning short film Transmission.

Arrow dracula Interviews these final hours
31st May

This time last year Perth-raised actress Jessica De Gouw didn’t think life could get much better. The rising starlet had scored a role in ABC1 telemovie The Mystery of a Hansom Cab but little did she know that in 12 months time she would be living in Budapest and cosying up to a Hollywood hunk on a television drama set.

“It’s pretty wacky, I have to check myself everyday it’s like ‘OK, I’m in Budapest but I’m from Perth, what am I doing here’,” she tells AAA over the phone from Budapest where her new show Dracula is being filmed.

“It’s been an adventure. When I think about where I was this time last year, I was in Melbourne shooting a little telemovie for the ABC which then I thought was huge. I was like ‘Oh my God, this is all I ever want’, and now I’m in Budapest playing with vampires and all of that.”

It’s been a dizzying rise to fame for De Gouw, who graduated from her performance studies degree at *Curtin University *in 2010.

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crownies kath & kimderella the mystery of a hansom cab tricky business
19th Apr

Hi, I have updated the gallery with several production stills and promotional pictures from various Jessica’s projects.

Television Productions > The Mystery of a Hansom Cab (2012) > Production Stills
Television Productions > Tricky Business (2012) > Episode Stills
Television Productions > Crownies (2011) > Episode Stills
Movies Productions > Kath & Kimderella (2012) > Promotional Pictures

these final hours
13th Mar

Lucky Melbournians: You’ll get the first chance to see the star-studded omnibus film The Turning, Mark Hartley’s re-imagining of 1970s Australian thriller Patrick, and My Mistress, a drama starring France’s Emmanuelle Béart and rising Aussie star Harrison Gilbertson. Plus These Final Hours, a thriller starring Wolf Creek’s Nathan Phillips and Snowtown’s Daniel Henshall; Galore, the saga of four teenagers caught up in the devastating Canberra bushfires of 2003; and feature-length documentaries Aim High in Creation and In Bob We Trust.

All are premiering at the 2013 Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF), which runs July 25 – August 11, thanks to the fest’s investment arm. Those seven titles represent the biggest slate yet for the MIFF Premiere Fund, which launched in 2008 and thus far has supported 40 films and docos.

Zak Hilditch’s These Final Hours features Phillips as a self-obsessed young guy who makes his way to the party-to-end-all-parties on the last day on Earth but ends up saving the life of a young girl who’s searching for her father.


bedtime stories
03rd Mar

I have uploaded HD screen captures of Jessica in one of her short films ‘Bedtime Stories’.

Nine year old Lucy creates a fairytale world to escape the harsh reality of life. When fantasy and reality collide Lucy must find the maternal love of which she dreams.

Movies Productions > Bedtime Stories (2009) > Captures

farewell holly
02nd Mar

I have added screen captures of ‘Farewell Holly’, a short film by Keir Wilkins from 2008.

Movies Productions > Farewell Holly (2008) > Captures