Who do you think should be the recipient of the 2013 Equity Lifetime Achievement Award presented by Foxtel?
Wesley Enoch continues to break new ground with his production of a Bertolt Brecht play with an entirely Indigenous cast, writes Karol Foyle
Ursula Yovich and Wesley Enoch rehearse QTC's Mother Courage and Her Children
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The actors who starred in a powerful, contemporary drama series about Indigenous Australians living in Redfern, a quirky comedy that follows a dysfunctional family gathering for Christmas and a miniseries that recounts the devastating effect of the James Hardie asbestos saga have won the 3rd annual Equity Ensemble Awards.
The cast members of Redfern Now, A Moody Christmas and Devil’s Dust were voted – by members of Actors Equity Australia – the winners of the 3rd Equity Ensemble Awards.
The Equity Ensemble Awards are proudly supported by FOXTEL and ABC TV.
With more bravado than experience, actor Myles Pollard embarked on an ambitious multi-million-dollar project to produce his first feature film. Myles wrote about the experience for The Equity Magazine
Sam Worthington and Myles Pollard on the set of Drift in WA