Lucy and Jesse Velik have a combined 35 years
experience in the arts, in acting, writing, directing and
producing. Co-creating for nearly 5 years, with work in
Australia, the U.S and the UK, they now run a
production company out of Melbourne. With an
emphasis on the actor’s process and empowering the
actor, Lucy and Jesse also enjoy running workshops in
Australia. Their latest films will be released in late 2019.
Justin is an award winning actor, writer and producer based in Melbourne. For his short film After Silence, he has won multiple Best Actor awards around the world, as well as winning Best Sceenplay (Moscow). He has worked with directors such as Nadia Tass, Rowan Woods, Julian Meyrick and David Myles among many others. Film credits include The Broken Shore, Crime & Punishment, Any Questions for Ben?, The Heckler and Vessel. TV shows including The Dr Blake Mysteries, The Hollowmen, City Homicide, Satisfaction, and Tangle.
Justin is an ensemble member of Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre, Australia’s leading actors’ ensemble and was co-founder of Human Sacrifice Theatre. He has performed at the Malthouse, Victorian Arts Centre, 45downstairs, Red Stitch, Chapel Off Chapel and venues in the US. Of his many theatre credits, highlights include Uncle Vanya, True West, Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, The Realistic Joneses and Angel's In America. Justin trained in the US, is a father of two, who loves to cook, wrestle with the French language and is a rare North Melbourne supporter.
Elsa is a talented young actress that has worked previously with directors Lucy and Jesse Velik. She is excited to be working on Tminus1200
Born on a remote community in the Kimberly region of Western Australia, Eva McEntee draws much of her creative instincts from her experience with remote Australia with an uncompromising female voice. She has been studying acting for over ten years in regional NSW, and in 2014 earned a bachelor of psychological science, focusing on human behaviour. In 2018 she graduated from the National Theatre Drama School and has plans to create work that is provocative, uninhibited and relevant. She has been closely involved with FRESH youth theatre in 2019, and utilises her experiences with psychoeducational models to direct Applied Theatre productions with young people around Melbourne. She is currently writing a one woman show based in regional Australia, with underlying issues around domestic violence in rural communities.