At its core, “The Weeping Woman” functions to empower an audience through Elaine’s rise to physical and emotional freedom. It explores elements of emotionally abusive relationships including the abuse of consent, trust, and control depicting them through the visual metaphor of art.
'The Weeping Woman' is a graduate piece for Swinburne Film and Television students looking to shoot in 2021. The final film will be submitted to film festivals both nationally and internationally.
Audition / Rehearsal / Production datesSHOOT DATES: Early May 2021
Unpaid – this is a collaboration opportunity
Collaborations should create mutual benefit and are usually amateur, student or 'Time for Print' projects.
The calculated, cunning and devious, leader of the cult, Shaman Josiah, disguises himself as a father-like figure, self-proclaimed psychologist and mentor. He appears poised, benevolent and hypnotic. Softly spoken and unworldly knowledgeable. Through the act of “Love Bombing”, Shaman Josiah has entranced his disciples to participate in grotesquely invasive, gruesome and warped artistic practises by promising them immortality. Overwhelmed by his love of art and philosophy, Shaman Josiah is a Mart
Male, aged 50 and over
Applications closed 12 March 2021.