Bondi Slayer

Riley Fox is a 28-year-old dysfunctional Bondi resident, trying to navigate men, booze and the undead. Coz she's a vampire slayer... Try to keep up.

  • Jessica Grace Smith
    "Flip" 2019 - Director, Writer, "Everybody Else is Taken" 2018 - Writer, Director, Producer
  • Victoria Beck
    Recipient of Screen Australia Funding for Bondi Slayer
  • Victoria Beck
    Recipient of Screen Australia Funding for Bondi Slayer
  • Victoria Beck
    Key Cast
    "Riley Fox"
    Charming, Wingman
  • Elijah Williams
    Key Cast
    Wolf Creek, Between Two Worlds
  • Amali Golden
    Key Cast
    The Invisible Man, Bloom, The Other Guy, Black Water Abyss, Monster Problems
  • Emma Leonard
    Key Cast
    Home and Away, 800 Words
  • Craig Hall
    Key Cast
    King Kong, Halifax: Retribution, Between Two Worlds, A Place to Call Home
  • Project Type:
    Web / New Media
  • Genres:
    fantasy, action, comedy, vampires
  • Runtime:
    15 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    October 30, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    74,728 AUD
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  • Shooting Format:
    Digital Red
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  • Toronto WebFest
    July 10, 2020
    Sci-Fi/Fantasy Official Selection
  • Webfest Berlin
    June 29, 2020
    Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror Official Selection
  • Melbourne WebFest
    September 4, 2020
    Australian Spotlight
Director Biography - Jessica Grace Smith

Jessica is an experienced actor turned writer/director. Her directorial debut Everybody Else Is Taken (2017) has just finished it's festival circuit, screening at over 15 festivals worldwide including three Academy-Award accredited festivals where she won a Jury Prize (Palm Springs International ShortFest). Her second short film - funded by the NZFC, FLIP, is a feminist sci-fi about a mother and daughter held prisoner in a post-apocalyptic refugee compound, and is about to start it's festival run. She recently returned from New Zealand where she plays Cheryl West in the award-winning series Westside.

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Director Statement

The script of Bondi Slayer made me laugh out loud as I was reading it and that specifically was what drew me to work on the project. I was super excited to make a series with a kickass female protagonist. She's both strong and struggling, likeable and kind of a brat, and audiences will relate to her because of these strengths and flaws. I love working in a genre space, as it offers us a remove to reflect on the world and our own lives with less judgment. Bondi Slayer does just that - its sharp tone and witty dialogue as well as sick fight scenes and vampire deaths all culminate in a hilarious, entertaining series that hits the mark.