Monday, February 28, 2011

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Congrats Marcus!

Luscious International Director Marcus Hamill's short Film for Jameson Whiskey, 'Viva Las Possum' wins Best Film at 'Giggleshorts International short Film festival' in Toronto.

'Giggleshorts' is the worlds largest comedy short film festival, and the award tops off a great year for 'Viva Las Possum', which also took out the 'Audience Choice Award' at 'Newtown Flicks', and was an Official Selection at 'Hamburg International Short Film Festival', 'Inter - Film Berlin', 'Soho Rushes London', 'Shorts Toronto International Film Festival' , 'Perth Revelations International Film Festival', 'The Australian Film Festival', 'St.Kilda', 'Dungog' and 'Heart of Gold International Film Festival'.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Monday, December 20, 2010

Viscious Xmas Greetings

We have a few Luscious stars that have been patiently waiting all year to make their on-camera debut.....

Luscious office will be closed from Thursday 23rd of December until Monday 10th of January 2011.

Any enquiries during this time please email or if it is urgent call +61 418 530 925.

Thank you for all your support throughout 2010. It's been a pleasure working with you and we look forward to seeing you again in 2011.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Dennis Hopper's America in the 1960's

We stumbled upon this Tashen Books Dennis Hopper tribute and had to share.
Not just a talented actor, Filmmaker and artist, Dennis was also a photographer and documented the "real" 1960's America.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Viscious Sebastien Navigates International Waters

Luscious International’s director Sebastien has just finished directing Amnesty International’s latest TVC and the first one ever shot in Australia.

Spearheaded by marketing and communications company gHO Sydney,Creative Director Renee Murray chose Luscious International’s Director Sebastien to bring this hard-hitting and confrontational TVC to life.

Bringing the topical issue of Asylum Seekers into the spotlight, Sebastien collaborated with both Amnesty and gHO In order to deliver credibility and sincerity to the TVC.

Crucial to this TVC was getting the right performance from the actors. Sebastien actually started his career in Los Angeles as an actor. Given his personal hands on acting experience, Sebastien has a unique sensibility to the acting process and as a result draws out genuine and captivating performances.

Murray explained “the performances were so important to this shoot and I honestly don’t feel we would have got near the performances we got without Sebastien. With his experience in acting he was able to pull the best out of our

Sebastien explains, “it was a challenge bringing in real refugees for the casting and hearing their stories and having to make them revisit their pain for the performance, although this was beneficial for me as a director to understand the complex nature of this topic and how best to portray it on screen”.

Sebastien explains, “Although I like all styles and look to balance my work, I’m definitely drawn to darker themes and concepts. I find the stakes are higher in those types of scripts, which often makes for a better story”.

To see Sebastien’s latest reel or meet him – please contact Luscious on 9326 3400 or

Wednesday, November 10, 2010


Yes - art does come with a cost - usually time, sweat and money. And not necessarily in that order.

This weekend Sydney-siders can enjoy the work of up and coming artists for a small price at Sydney's Affordable Art Fair.

Showcasing artwork from Australia's most promising artists at the Royal Hall of Industries, Moore Park all weekend.

Head on down and turn that frown upside down:) - tickets $20 at the door