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Red Wire Blue Wire

Marty thought being strapped to a ticking time bomb was bad enough...and then Trish arrives.

Insurance broker Marty, having been held at gunpoint, is now strapped to a bomb with only six minutes left on the clock. His saviour Trish, lead bomb disposal officer, has more on her hands than stopping it from going off. They've had history, they've kept secrets and both of them won't stop arguing about coffee!

  • Albert Jamae
  • Charlotte Rose
  • Michael Zeitz
  • Albert Jamae
  • Charlotte Rose
  • Emma Beech
    Key Cast
  • Adam Tuominen
    Key Cast
    A Second Chance
  • Chris Duncan
    Key Cast
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    8 minutes 48 seconds
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    February 12, 2019
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    1,500 AUD
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Director Biography - Charlotte Rose

Since training at Flinders University in Screen Studies and Performing Arts, Charlotte has worked extensively in Film, Theatre, Television and Radio as an Actor, Writer and Director. She wrote and directed the short films A.R.S.E, Method, 4:44 and directed the short Red Wire Blue Wire. As well as her writing and directing work for Charlotte Rose Productions she also works as a filmmaker for the University of South Australia, creating online educational resources. In 2018 Charlotte wrote & directed Westside Justice – A Feature Film for Bachelor of Criminal Justice and SA Police and Border Force. Charlotte has created over 50 educational films covering a variety of subjects including; Aged Care, Cultural Awareness, Psychology & Journalism.
As an Actor Charlotte’s Feature Film credits include the US and Australian Films Darkness Falls, Blurred, Let Me Not, Moloch, Tempe Tip, Disappearance and The King is Dead. Short films include SAFC funded short 440. Her Television credits include Blue Heelers, Ponderosa, Prank Patrol and ABC TV Series ANZAC Girls. Recent theatre performances include Pinter’s Old Times directed by Tony Knight and Adelaide Festival’s Blackout by Stone/Castro.

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