Paul Armstrong

Actor - Writer - Coach

In 2020...

Animation

Paul is delighted to be working with terrific animator, Lee Whitmore, on her latest film, Travels On My Donkey. In 2019, Lee won the award for Best Animation at the Sydney Film Festival for Sohrab and Rustum.

For Travels On My Donkey, Paul will voice several characters, including Colonel Howard Vyse.

Words and Pictures

Paul continues to develop a range of exciting work with wonderful graphic artist, Guy Downes. Through a broad range of projects, together, they tell stories and explore ideas in new ways.

For these films, Paul delivers the scripts for Guy's superb animations, and regularly provides voice-overs.

Projects include working with the NSW Department of Education on the film, Six Minutes (below). As well as voicing for The Growth Project's launch in the UK (also below).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paul and Guy have worked recently with the CSIRO, with the SAX Institute and Amgen (on animations about cardio-vascular disease and osteoporosis - they can be seen HERE), and with Queensland power network company, Powerlink.

 

The Journey

Following on from his award-winning short film The Book (2017) comes the release of The Journey - the latest offering from Indian-Australian film-maker Pradeep Maduri. With some great cinematography by Raj Singh at Karmic Artworks.

With the film festival circuit in hibernation due to COVID-19, Pradeep has released The Journey freely. Enjoy...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Theatre in Melbourne

Sadly, due to COVID-19, the Burning House & Theatreworks production of Albert Camus' Caligula had been postponed to July 2021.

Bach in the Dark 2019

Paul was delighted to undertake his fourth collaboration with 'cellist Rachel Scott, and Bach in the Dark, for a special concert program for the Winter Solstice.

 

In an old tunnel by Sydney Harbour, Rachel and Paul explored themes of winter, death, grief, and renewal. Together, they drew on Bach's 5th Suite for Solo Cello and other music, as well as texts by Christina Rossetti and Shakespeare.

 

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