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Thomas Howell is a lawyer looking for more in life - the chance to make a difference in the world. When he snags the opportunity of a lifetime an interview at a prestigious law firm for his dream-job working in the pro-bono department he realizes that his chance to make a difference is closer and more unexpected than he could ever imagine.
Genevieve loves telling stories that connect to audiences and bring a new human perspective to the screen. Genevieve co-founded Bus Stop Films with producer, Eleanor Winkler in 2009 - an inclusive film making not-for-profit organization that helps people with a disability learn about and be involved in professional film making. Genevieve is also Principal Creative Director of Taste Media a business she co-founded with her husband Henry Smith.
The Interviewer is Robin's first professional short film project and was mentored by Genevieve Clay-Smith in the role of director. She worked hard alongside her 11 peers who partook in making the film with mentors. Robin has been participating in Bus Stop Films, filmmaking workshops for the past year and has a keen interest in directing and creating meaning within every frame. Robin loves film criticism and mise-en-scene, her favorite film is Anne of Green Gables.
Cast/Featuring: Gerard O'dwyer, Winston Cooper, Chris Haywood
Executive Producer(s): Duncan Rose
Producer(s): Eleanor Winkler
Director(s): Genevieve Clay-Smith and Robin Bryan
Screenwriter(s): Bus Stop Films Class of 2012
Cinematographer(s): Henry Smith and Audrey O'Connor
Editor(s): Henry Smith and Genevieve Clay
Production Designer(s): Charlotte Hamlyn, Digby Webster
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