Krew is a writer and actress. Krew's debut feature film, Seriously Red, is currently in development and has had Screen Australia funding. Other writing credits include; script consultant on King Of The Mountain by Sam Genocchio, about car racing legend Peter Brock; Script advisor on The Project by Nico Lathourus in association with Kennedy Miller Productions. Krew’s most recent acting credits; ‘Lynne Randel’ in yet to be released mini series Molly. ‘Schapelle Corby’ in the telemovie Schapelle (nominated for an 2015 Equity Award for best ensemble). On stage, Krew has appeared in the Sydney Theatre Company’s production of Tusk Tusk, and Belvior Street Theatre’s productions of; That Face, Summerfolk and Bliss.
Rose has worked from age 13 in film, theatre and television. Credits include 5 seasons of Damages (AACTA Award and Emmy and Golden Globe nomination) Clara Law's The Goddess Of 1967 (Best Actress Venice Film Festival), Sophia Coppola's Marie Antionette, Gregor Jordan's Two Hands, Paul Feig's Bridesmaids (Academy Award nominations best screenplay and supporting actress) and soon to be released Spy, Danny Boyle's Sunshine, Derek Cianfrance's The Place Beyond the Pines. She is the ambassador for The Australian Theatre for Young People, and studied in New York at The Atlantic Theatre Company. Byrne recently made her Broadway debut in You Can't Take it With You opposite James Earl Jones directed by Scott Ellis.
Jessica is the director of Carrera Press Agency and one fifth of The Dollhouse Pictures. Her passion and experience in film, television and the arts began in as in-house publicist at leading Australian theatrical agency, Shanahan Management. Jessica has collaborated with a number of established actors, creatives, musicians and personalities on a diverse array of projects both locally and internationally. Jessica was Associate Producer on the feature documentary The Last Impresario, which had its World Premiere at the 2013 BFI London Film Festival. She is also producer for Girls In Hotels which is currently in development with Gracie Otto/ Dollhouse and Seriously Red with Krew Boylan, Kate Woods and Robyn Kershaw. Jessica is a recipient of Screen Australia Enterprise Funding with Robyn Kershaw/ RPK Production. Robyn and Jessica are working together over the next two years
Shannon has directed for the Sydney Theatre Company, Schaubühne in Berlin, Belvoir St Theatre, Griffin Theatre Company, The Ensemble, The Darlinghurst Theatre and Tamarama Rock Surfers. She is a Sydney Theatre Award winner, a recipient of the Mike Walsh Fellowship, winner of the Instyle and Audi Women of Style Scholarship and an awardee of the Screen Australia Talent Escalator Program. Named most influential NIDA graduate of the decade by Sydney Magazine, Shannon is also a recent AFTRS alumni. Her film Kharisma has screened at Cannes, Palm Springs, Flickerfest, Rhode Island, Byron Bay and Kuki International Film Festival. In 2015 she directed Gluck’s opera Orfeo ed Eurdice at the Art Gallery of NSW. Later this year she will direct the Victorian Literary Prize winner, Broken, by Mary Anne Butler for the Darlinghurst Theatre.
Gracie is a film director, writer, editor and actress. Her debut feature The Last Impresario was released in 2014 to critical acclaim and an AACTA nomination for Best Documentary. Her five short films – Seamstress, La Meme Nuit, Tango Trois, Broken Beat and Kill Blondes – all screened at major world festivals. Recent work includes TVCs in Australia and international magazine fashion films featuring Miranda Kerr and Abbey Lee. Lead acting roles include the award winning Three Blind Mice which she also edited. Features in development include Rue De Tournon set in Paris and Girls In Hotels featuring some of the world’s best young actresses.