Byron J Brochmann
Sam is a graduate from Queensland College of Arts with a degree in Screen Production. His short films include The Detective Pigeon Thing (2002, funded by Screen Australia), On the Level (2000, funded by Screen Queensland), Dr Beepa Says (2001, finalist in the Brisbane International Film Festival Fast 1m Competition). A Guide to Dating at the End of the World is Sam’s debut feature film, which he developed and produced over a seven year period 2012-2019.
Kerith is best known as a TV actress. Most well known for her portrayal of Rita Santos on the hit TV series Mako Mermaids, she also found success on both the big screen and the stage. Kerith also appeared in TV series Farscape, Water Rats, and All Saints.
Tony is an actor best known for his work on Blurred (2002), All Saints (2008) Reef Doctors (2013) and A Guide to Dating at the End of the World (2019). He is a former host of Nickelodeon's
Sarvo as well as the co-creator and co-star of Nickelodeon's
Short ‘n’ Kerley (2005).
Jacki has worked as a professional actor, presenter and VO artist across a number of mediums including Qld Theatre Company, La Boite, Opera Australia, Strut n' Fret, 23rd Productions, Fractal Theatre, Twisted Tree Productions, Pentimento, La Fura del Bas, F&C Productions & bAKEHOUSE Theatre. Her film & TV credits most recently include Brock (Shine Productions), Wonderland (Channel 10), Australia: The Story of Us (Channel 7) & Catalyst (ABC). As a writer she has had two short films produced by QPIX. Jacki teaches Acting at the New York Film Academy campus in Sydney.
Tait’s career in the Australian industry spans 30+ years and involvement in all aspects of the industry, from creative development, financing, marketing, distribution, publicity and curation. As a Producer, his credits include the features Healing (2014), The BBQ (2018), The 25th Reich (2013), Brothers’ Nest (2018) and Suzi Q (2019), amongst others.
Raquelle is a rising independent Australian producer with award-winning short film, music video and commercial experience. She has worked at Seven Network, Screen NSW and various film production companies, including Rhombus Media in Toronto Canada. She is currently developing a number of feature films including the science-fiction film Lucid with Executive Producer Su Armstrong and the screen adaption of the Broadway musical The Drowsy Chaperone; while having recently relocated to Los Angeles and is engaged as a talent manager with Writer/Director agency Elevate.