Misc. will cease talent operations effectively on 28th June 2013.
LA based young actor, Mojean Aria has joined the acting ranks at Misc.
Aria will be seen in his first US lead, as the Young Jake La Motta; in 20th Century Fox's "The Bronx Bull". The feature will premiere at 2013's Tribeca Film Festival.
His next feature, the thriller "An Honest Thief" alongside Tom Sizemore is slated for production in the US in Spring.
Miscee, Bel Delia, last seen in the indie horror hit The Tunnel is going back for more screams, this time with a lot more gore.
The actress has signed onto the visceral horror Love of My Life as the wife of fellow Aussie, Diarmid Heidenreich. The role is set to be another challenge for the actress whose character in the film, Nicole, is a street fighter.
Love of My Life will be the first feature from director/writer/actor, Michael Budd, and will shoot in Sydney later this year. Budd is currently gracing the big screen in the Bruce Willis feature The Cold Light of Day which was released in the US on 7th September.
Inset: Bel Delia, Screamfest premiere 2011
Miscee, Cleave Williams, who also features in the Australian feature The Sapphires, has now taken to the podwaves with his broadcasts for the film.
Distributed for EOne Entertainment via ITunes, the podcasts feature Cleave interacting with the cast in interviews and events related to the film's release.
Access on Itunes here.
[Inset: Jessica Mauboy, Cleave Will
Misc. is proud to announce that three films featuring Miscee talents will feature at European film festivals in the latter half of 2012.
First out of the gate is the short Bat Eyes featuring actor Ben James in the lead role. The film produced by Rebecca Cubitt will screen at the Venice Film Festival.
The visceral horror Redd Inc (aka Inhuman Resources) directed by Dan Krige (who also features in the early half of the film) will screen at France's L'Strange and Austria's Slash Festivals in September.
Misc's youngest performer, 11 year old Avital Greenberg-Teplitsky, has begun filming on the new Seven Network drama series A Place to Call Home.
Avital features in four episodes of the 1950's period drama as Leah Goldberg, daughter of Miriam and Itzaack; played respectively by TV drama veterans Martin Sacks and Lisa Peers.
The series is created by Bevan Lee, the man behind several Australian television series including the high rating Packed to the Rafters.
Actor, Michael Budd, has joined the acting and literary ranks at Misc. The Australian performer has been living in the UK for the past seven years performing in classical stage works and developing feature films.
He will shortly be seen in the thriller The Cold Light of Day alongside Bruce Willis, Sigourney Weaver and Henry Cavill. In the feature, Budd plays a Mossad agent (see inset).
Michael, also a director/writer/producer through his production company, Amazing People Pictures, is currently on pre-production on Love of my Life, a horror feature and Life of the Party a dramatic comedy.
The Cold Light of Day Trailer
Life of the Party UK teaser
Christmas Reeve featuring Monica Sayers and Clariza Vicente, will screen at the 2012 Hoboken International Film Festival on 4th June.
The short film, directed by Mateusz Subieta, is a a wonderfully dark tale of an alternative Father Christmas. The film already garned a Golden Kahuna Award at the 2012 Honolulu Film Awards for Best Student Film.
Australian feature The Sapphires (featuring Miscee, Cleave Williams) is garnering international press attention ahead of its Cannes premiere on 19th May.
Yesterday the Weinstein Company announced its acquisition of the film for several territories and within the last 24 hours several local press outlets (including The Australian and the Herald Sun) have jumped on board the PR juggernaut adding to the momentum of this film's release.
The Hollywood Reporter has today announced the film's Australian premiere at the annual Melbourne International Film Festival in August.