Sci-Fi Drama

When the world is in chaos, we need a solution that is out of this world. LENNOX is the man nobody is expecting, yet everyone has been waiting for. Well, almost everyone ...




Stace has worked in the entertainment industry for over 25 years, performing on stage (Melbourne Theatre, Playbox, LaMamma, Carlton Courthouse, Powerhouse) in both lead & supporting roles; Directed, Written and Acted in shorts in both Melbourne & NSW & co-wrote on a biography with Dr Charles Slack, Professor of Harvard University. Stace has appeared in both film & TV, in front & behind camera and has had intermittent periods doing standup comedy, performing in Melbourne, Byron Bay, Bali, Gold Coast and Sydney. Credits include Ben Elton’s “Stark”, “Say A Little Prayer” & guest roles in ABC’s “Phoenix”, Crawford’s “The Flying Doctors”, “Neighbours” & “The Comedy Company”. Since 2002, TV credits include the ABC’s “Catalpa Rescue”; Foxtel’s Crimestoppers; Production Manager & Supporting Role in Animal Planet, 3rd Leg, Northern NSW.  



Lisa is an Writer, Producer and Emotions Practitioner. She has co-written, with Stace, “Lennox” (full-feature film), “The Freedom Paradigm” and “Emotional Awakening”. Lisa has produced short films for the Department of Education and supported children to write, act and film their own short films. Lisa has a Degree in Economics, a Bachelor of Education Studies and a Diploma of Production Management. She has worked as a business analyst in large corporations, owned & operated both small and medium sized businesses and taught in Primary & Secondary schools. Lisa is often booked for public speaking events and facilitates workshops for adults and children.

SOUND ENGINEER Pete has been working in sound for almost 30 years. Some of his credits for TV series include Police Rescue, Brides of Christ, Water Rats, Two Twisted, Sea Patrol, Animalia, Old School, Hitting Home, Blood and Thunder and Doctor, Doctor. He has also engineered on the feature films Mad Max: Fury Road, The Water Diviner, Frackman, Love is Now, The Lego Movie, Return to Nim’s Island and Happy Feet 1 and 2. Pete has won 11 Australian Screen Sound Guild Awards for Best Achievement in Sound and held 2 nominations for Best Sound. He also won an Oscar at the Academy Awards for Best Achievement in Sound Editing for Mad Max: Fury Road.


John is one of Australia’s most recognised and respected television, film and theatrical actors. As a television actor he has starred in the series Fireflies and the hospital drama All Saints (for which he received a 2006 AFI Award nomination for “Best Guest or Supporting Actor in a TV Drama”). He has guest starred in Underbelly – The Golden Mile, Sea Patrol, City Homicide and performed the lead role in the Offspring series. On film John has appeared in many Australian productions, from End Play, Summerfield, Breaker Morant, Eliza Frazer, Boulevard of Broken Dreams (which he received an AFI Award for), The Getting Of Wisdom, Bushfire Moon, Heaven Tonight, The Real McCaw, The Bouncer, Centre Place and The Return to Nim’s Island. As a theatrical performer John has starred in all the classics from Hair to Godspell, Dracula, Jesus Christ Superstar, My Fair Lady, The Sound Of Music, They’re Playing Our Song, The Hunting of the Snark, A Little Night Music, Love Letters, Children of a Lesser God, Oliver, The Graduate, An Ideal Husband , Influence, The Rocky Horror Show and The Swimming Club. He has co-written and performed in “Looking Through a Glass Onion”, based on the life of John Lennon, which has toured regularly since 1992 both nationally and internationally.

ACTOR – Eric Powers Jack is best known for his role of Dr Steve Taylor in Australia’s number one medical drama, “Allsaints” for Network Seven and his portrayal of infamous gangster Big Jim Divine in the Nine Network top rating drama series, “Underbelly Razor” based on the criminal underworld of Sydney, 1920’s. Jack hosted the second series of “Discover Tasmania”, a lifestyle program that aired on the Seven Network. He then joined soap opera, “Home and Away” as Michael Patton, before guest starring in the Australian TV drama, “Sea Patrol” playing troubled mercenary, Garth Davidson. Jack has also played the American Captain in the ABC documentary “Catalpa Rescue”. Some of the recent feature films Jack has starred in are “The Pack”, “Asomatous”, due for U.S release in 2017 and “Single Rider”, which will be released by Warner Bros in 2017.


Simon Westaway, award winning actor, has an impressive list of films and television credits, including Underbelly, Blue Heelers, Temptation and Stingers. He has performed in iconic productions such as Australia Rules, Komodo, The Thin Red Line, Babe: Pig in The City and Cable. Simon is an accomplished voice artist and was part of Director George Miller’s successful Happy Feet. He was awarded Best Supporting Actor by the Film Critics Circle of Australia for his performance in the film Australian Rules. Simon has worked in various production roles in film and television  and taught at Screenwise preparing actors for professional performance.

ACTOR Paul Kelman, has performed in popular Australian TV series, such as Rake, McLeod’s Daughters, Rescue Special Ops, All Saints, Home and Away, Water Rats, The Flying Doctors and E-Street. His film credits include: My Bloody Valentine, Black Rises, Terra Nova, Mullet and miscellaneous shorts, like Playground, Jigsaw Girl, Adrift and Road Rage.

Mark Robertson is an award winning hip hop artist, spoken word performer and director. Alongside a degree in Communications and a Diploma in Education, Mark has performed globally from New York to London while teaching hip hop as self-empowerment in third world countries throughout the world. He has used hip hop and film mediums to facilitate arts-based, multi-literature programs that have supported a diverse range of people to develop their creative and musical talents including working with over 40 Indigenous communities throughout Australia. Mark is the Founder and Director of the not-for-profit organisation, One Vision Productions (OVP) which works to empower young people by teaching them freedom of expression through music, film and culture.

DANNY “Goothala” DOYLE
ACTOR Danny Goothala Doyle, is an Aboriginal Cultural Educator and Performer. He played Uncle Muk, in the NITV short “Dead Creek” (2009) and appeared in The Chaperone (2013) and Epic School Battle (2012). As an Authentic Cultural Educator and Facilitator of Spirit Circles Ancient Wisdom, Goothala regularly conducts workshops, cultural talks and various cultural, spiritual and wellbeing based activities for individuals, couples, family, groups and communities. He conducts guided bush tucker and medicine tours, sharing Aboriginal cultural knowledge. Danny also plays didgeridoo and facilitates spiritual healing through holographic kinetics, based on ancient Aboriginal knowledge and LORE.
KATIE River  – Actor


FREYA STAcey-MArtin  – Actor




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