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Banished: Australian film location details

Posted: Mar, 14, 2014

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According to this article, Banished is the first commision for BBC First channel, which broadcasts in Australia.

The series described as fast-paced, “epic and ambitious” by the BBC will open in 1788 New South Wales and focus on the lives, loves and relationships of the exiled convicts and the marines who guarded them in the early days of settlement. BBC Worldwide Australia and New Zealand and BBC Two have co-commissioned the series to screen on BBC First next year. Filming will start in Sydney in April and then move to Manchester in the UK.

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Wireless: new web series needs funding

Posted: Mar, 13, 2014

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Andrew Lee Potts shared details of a new project of his, which Joseph will apparently be involved with, and which needs funding. Check out details here

 

 

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Banished: Hollywood Reporter reveals cast details

Posted: Mar, 12, 2014

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A great article in The Hollywood Reporter reveals more casting and production details for Joseph's new project Banished. 

David Wenham (Top of The Lake) stars as Governor Arthur Phillip, the pragmatic idealist who wanted to turn the ramshackle settlement of Sydney from a penal colony into land of opportunity, while his nemesis Major Ross played by Joseph Millson (Holby City) thinks the only chance of survival is to rule with an iron fist. STORY: Screen Australia Provides Three Female Producers With Business Backing Alongside, bonds of love and friendship are forged between convicts: Elizabeth Quinn (Myanna Buring), Tommy Barrett (Julian Rhind-Tutt) and James Freeman (Russell Tovey). But their shared devotion is destined to challenge the doctrines on which the fledging colony has been founded.

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Dead of the Nite: brilliant performance by Joseph Millson

Posted: Mar, 12, 2014

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A lovely review for Joseph's performance in Dead of the Nite has been shared on this website

However, Dead of the Nite brilliantly breaks the mold when we, the viewers, experience the movies through the eyes of the detectives AS they review the footage. Too often we get a a full movie supposedly edited together by…the cops? after they’ve found the footage. It’s always bothered us when its just a brief snippet saying ‘oh btw this footage was found by so and so PD and has yet to be released’ qualifies the premise. Very, very invigorating to see it through this perspective, with the sound of tapes being changed etc. Adds an element of authenticity that, while a bit distracting at first, actually gets quite immersing.

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