What Would You Die For?


Talented WA actors to read at PAC Script Lab’s FILM SCRIPT READING of “What Would You Die For?” written by Matt Barron and directed by Aaron Kamp

Monday 7th September at 7pm in the Government House Ballroom, 13 St Georges Terrace, Perth

What Would You Die For?
How far will your beliefs take you?

Synopsis of the film:
Charismatic and brilliant, Dr Gregory Firth is a genius professor, teaching his students about terrorism and modern politics with an insight unmatched in academia. But when a suicide bomber attacks a mall near the university, it is suspected one of his students is responsible. Dr Firth thinks he might know who is responsible for the bombing, but in the chaos, his evidence is misunderstood, and the academic is placed in the care of David Blackman, a washed up federal agent, whose career is on the slide. Caught between the federal agency which no longer trusts him and a material witness intent on concealing evidence, Blackman finds himself in a race to unpick Dr Firth’s mystery, before more innocent people are slain. WA actors reading will be Myles Pollard, Alison van Reeken, Luke Hewitt, James Helm, Alexandra Nell and third year WAAPA students Darius Williams and Conor Merrigan-Turner. PAC Script Lab rehearsed readings help the development of our stories by providing a ‘test audience’ for WA film scripts whilst also showcasing the exceptional actors we have in Western Australia. You can help support Australian stories to be told.
This event is made possible by the generosity of our actors and the Government House ‘Restart the Arts’ initiative and is supported by Screenwest & Lotterywest through their Bright Ideas Crew Capacity initiative. Join members of the film industry, have a glass of wine and be part of the development of this compelling psychological thriller. (Suitable for those 16 years and older.)

RSVP IS ESSENTIAL AS PLACES ARE LIMITED. Book here: https://www.trybooking.com/BLBLD


Starts On

07/09/2020 - 7:00 pm

Ends On

9:00 pm

Event Categories

Crime, Drama, Horror, Performances, Reading


Government House Ballroom

13 St George's Terrace
WA 6000

Powered by Yendif Technologies

Leave a Reply