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Lights, camera, action! Showdown chooses Nambour set for filming

From left, Showdown Co-Founder Dan Munday, third assistant director Jaymee Sudrajat, actors Darren Gilshenan and Anna McMahon, line producer Eve Donohue, producer Janneke Williamson, director of photography Andrew Maccoll, and director Ryan Neil Butler.

Founded by Nambour High graduates, Jon Coghill (Powderfinger), and Dan Munday (US Survivor), Sunny Coast Showdown is presented by the Bendigo Community Bank–Tewantin, Cooroy, and Marcoola, and is now in its third year.

“The aim of Showdown is to increase the production capacity of the Sunny Coast in order to create a lucrative and sustainable film industry,” Dan said.

“Showdown produces 6 short films and documentaries, submitted by the community, and led by industry professionals who mentor and train up-and-coming filmmakers and crew.”

Last week the crew were filming “Stiffs”, a mockumentary in the vein of “The Office” and “Parks and Rec”, which was written by award winning writer and actor Stephen Walker.

The two day shoot took place at the Eddie De Vere building, in the Sunshine Coast Council chambers in Nambour.

“There were 60 crew and volunteers, from camera operators and directors, to costume designers and makeup artists,” said Dan.

“I want to extend a huge thankyou to Tiff Bower and Matty Johnson from the council for securing the location.”

The films will premiere as part of the Showdown Showcase at The Station SC in Birtinya on June 22nd.

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• You can find out more about Sunny Coast Showdown at www.sunnycoastshowdown.com.au.

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