Luke Ford, one of Australia’s finest actors, is renowned for his AFI award-winning role in The Black Balloon, lead role in Kokoda and support role in The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor. Luke’s credits also include Animal Kingdom, 2012 AACTA Best Film Red Dog and 9 Network’s Power Games – The Murdoch-Packer War for which he won an AACTA.
Graduating from VCA in 2010, Anna Samson is an exciting new Australian talent. Alongside her TV work, Anna has extensive theatrical credits at the Melbourne Theatre Company, as well as feature film credits in Lion, Crime & Punishment and 36 Questions, and plays the lead female role of ‘Grace’ in What If It Works?. She has just wrapped on Kriv Stender’s Wake In Fright.
Wade graduated from the WAAPA in 2010. His various theatre credits include the 2016 production of King Lear, alongside Geoffrey Rush, for the Sydney Theatre Company. Wade has appeared in various roles in film & television, most notably the US/AUS feature Spirit Of The Game, as well as 'Geoffrey' in Josh Thomas’ ABC TV series Please Like Me; and Benvolio in the ABC Studio (USA) series Still Star Crossed.
Brooke has been working as an actress since 1994. Her first role was on Neighbours, where she was quickly embraced by the viewing public as a favourite. She turned her hand to theatre and starred in a production of The Caribbean Tempest and later The Graduate. Since then her TV credits include Packed To The Rafters, Water Rats, White Collar Blue, Wonderland, Black Comedy, Jack Irish & most recently Dirty Laundry as co-panelist to Lawrence Mooney. In 2014 Brooke narrated “Crack Up”, a documentary following a comedy course aimed at people with mental illness and breaking the stigma surrounding mental health.
Writer & Director
Romi Trower is an Australian writer and director. Romi’s short films have screened at the Aspen Shortsfest, Cleveland, Denver, Zurich, Brisbane and Melbourne International film festivals. Her debut feature What If It Works? has garnered multiple nominations across the globe, winning 'Best Australian Independent Film' at the 2017 Gold Coast Film Festival and 'Best Debut Feature' at the Female Eye Film Festival in Canada.