INCOMING: World Premiere at SeriesFest

May 28, 2021

The lineup for SeriesFest has just been announced, and in competition in the Digital Shorts Series Competition for Drama is the world premiere of INCOMING: Words of War written and directed by Kerry Drumm.
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INCOMING: World Premiere at SeriesFest

The lineup for SeriesFest has just been announced, and in competition in the Digital Shorts Series Competition for Drama is the world premiere of INCOMING: Words of War written and directed by Kerry Drumm.

Produced by Emma Hunt and Kerry through Little Red Fox Productions and Executive Produced by Tony Wright from December Media, the six-part web series focusses on seven Australian soldiers who take part in ‘My Voice’, a social experiment to document and share their experience of being at war. Visiting the ‘My Voice’ booth to answer pre-recorded questions by Q, the soldiers reveal personal stories, the impact of PTSD, and reasons for joining the military.

INCOMING: Words of War stars Ruby Duncan, Cam Faull, Samantha Hill, Daniel O’Kane, Liam O’Kane, Katrina Mathers, Liam Seymour, and Cat Jardine as the voice of Q.

Filmed during lockdown at the end of 2020, “INCOMING: Words of War” marks Kerry’s debut as a director, episodes one and five of the six-part series will premiere virtually at SeriesFest over the 18-day festival, which runs from June 24 to July 11.

Series Title:                           INCOMING: Words of War

Launch Date:                           June 24, 2021

Written & directed by:       Kerry Drumm

Produced by:                        Emma Hunt, Little Red Fox Productions

Executive Producer:            Tony Wright, December Media

DOP:                                       David Richardson

Editor:                                    Belinda Fithie

Sound Design:                      Mark D’Angelo

Costume Design: Jodi Hope

Colourist:                               Dee McClelland CSI

Cast:                                       Ruby Duncan, Cam Faull, Samantha Hill, Daniel O’Kane, Liam O’Kane, Katrina Mathers, Liam Seymour, and Cat Jardine

 

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