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The Journey and The Book

August 2018

Once again, Paul is looking forward to working with Pradeep Maduri (Director) and Raj Singh (DoP) in September 2018 on their new film The Journey


The Journey is a road movie preoccupied by time and relationships.

Paul takes a co-lead role as Arthur, alongside Charles Upton as Adam.

Meanwhile, their previous outing, The Book, is showing at festivals. It picked up Best Film at the 2018 Bangalore Short Film Festival, and a Special Mention at the 2018 Kolkata Short Film Festival. Paul played the lead role of John Kensington.

The Top Secret Adventures of Clara Chapman

June 2018

Early in 2018, Paul was delighted to work with Simon Roptell on his comic strip styled film The Top Secret Adventures of Clara Chapman. It is now showing on Amazon Prime.

Paul is looking forward to collaborating on an upcoming project with Simon.

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Mother Land

Paul was delighted to work with directors Jessica Gosling and Ben Anderson on their production (for AFTRS) of a proof-of-concept TV drama called Mother Land.


Set in an isolated Australian town, the powers that be (and the darkness they bring) are set to be challenged. Paul took one of the lead roles.


Troilus and Cressida

Paul was delighted to work, once again, with Secret House Theatre Company on their latest production, Troilus and Cressida.


Directed by Sean O'Riordan, this is one of Shakespeare's lesser known and less frequently performed plays. Set amid the Trojan Wars, it brings together love story, tragedy, conflict and history play.


Based on an adaptation by Mr O'Riordan, Troilus and Cressida played from 9 to 19 May 2018 at The Depot Theatre in Marrickville.

Paul took the roles of Priam and Calchas.

Convict Escapades 2018

Paul was very pleased to return to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sydney's Hyde Park Barracks - working with Action Atelier and Sydney Living Museums - to bring to life Convict Escapades 2018 by Jess Bellamy.

Directed by Danielle O'Keefe (Action Atelier), the show was a 90 minute immersive theatre experience representing life in the barracks as it was in 1836.

Once again, Paul took the role of Superintendent Ernest Slade.





Wins @Florida Movie Festival 2016

Shailla Quadra's film Love Socks continues its success on the festival circuit with a screening at the Melbourne Indie Film Festival in July 2016.


Recently, Love Socks took out the award for Best Comedy at the 2016 Florida Movie Festival (Official Selection) in Daytona Beach.


It also screened at the 2016 World International Film Festival (in Singapore), the 2015 New York City International Film Festival (nominee for Best Comedy & Official Selection), 2015 Columbia Gorge International Film Festival (Winner, Triangle Award & Official Selection), and 2015 Sydney Indie Film Festival (Official Selection).


Huge congratulations to Shailla for her success with this film.


Paul played the role of Dr Brutoscolis in the movie.



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