EPISODE ONE - THE GENOCIDE OF GOOD TASTE

Bellamy puts the finishes touches on her latest work whilst Gavin complains about hipsters. An argument over his music results in a catastrophic discovery.

EPISODE TWO - A WOLF IN NANNA'S CLOTHING

Bellamy goes to confront her grandmother but is bamboozled by biscuits and muscles.

EPISODE THREE - FALSE FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS

Bellamy hatches a plan of revenge while Trevor enacts his. Gavin attempts to stand his ground.

EPISODE FOUR - A PARROT WITH A MIRROR

Bellamy tries to console a devastated Gavin. Her lack of sensitivity leads to a musical triumph.

EPISODE FIVE - THE GREAT BATTLE

Battle lines are drawn as the inevitable clash leads to some shocking discoveries.

An award winning online comedy about Art, Thievery, and sassy Grannies.

An idealistic artist, Bellamy discovers her diabolical grandmother is stealing her work to sell online. Against such a cunning foe, Bellamy will have to stop at nothing to protect her artistic integrity. Meanwhile her pretentious boyfriend fights for her affection against a much hotter gentleman who always has his shirt off.

 
 

WINNER

 

Gold at DC Webfest

 

Best Director at Hollyweb

 

Best Director at Seattle Webfest

 
 

Directors Statement

This series was inspired by the crazy people I am friends within the creative arts scene. The show follows Bellamy, an artist out for revenge, but what she is really coming to terms with is who she is and how that is influenced by the people around her. She is pulled in various directions by the characters that contradict her initial impressions; the frail have great strength, the stupid are dastardly cunning, and the most genuine person is a hipster.

 

The absurdist playwrights Harold Pintor and Samuel Beckett are a big influence on me. I love how comedy of the strange allows you to explore real-world issues in a way that would be too on the nose if they were done in earnest. This series has fun subverting traditional gender roles. As a female protagonist, Bellamy is allowed to be flawed, her identity is more than just her relationships and her strength is celebrated. It’s no coincidence that the emotional character is the boyfriend, the man is excessively sexualised and punished for it, and an older woman is a power player at the head of the family. It was a delight to twist these conventions, of which the mere existence of which I find absurd, and thus worthy material for comedy.

 

Scott Walmsley - Writer / Director

Writer/Director
Scott Walmsley

Producer
Gita Irwin

Staring
Candice Storey

Maggie Dence

Matt Hardie

Joshua Morton

 

Director of Photography
Ashley Barron

Production Designer
Kate Englefield

Editors

Ann Foo

Danielle Boesenberg

Composer

Benjamin Speed

 

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