The Chaser Quarterly Magazine will feature God's 17 in its next issue. Charles Firth produced the latest project from writing team Nir Shelter, Tai Scrivener, and Courtney, and it's now available through The Chaser's facebook page www.facebook.com/thechaser, or at www.gods17.com.
God's 17 has been nominated for Best Comedy Writing and Best Ensemble Lead at the 2017 LA Web Fest, and included in the Official Selection at the Tuscany Web Fest, and the Sicily Web Fest. Say tuned for news as the festivals approach!
Courtney was part of the Sum of Us campaign, protesting Westpac bank's potential involvement in the funding of the Adani mine. The video has nearly 250,000 views, and shows that a mine would destroy the Great Barrier Reef, and be a terrible, terrible idea.
Directed by Paul Ayre, and starring a great crew, Courtney was fortunate to be involved.
Watch the video here: https://goo.gl/AF48Wy
God's 17 has been nominated for two awards, at the Los Angeles Web Festival - the world's biggest web series festival. The awards are: Best Writing, and Best Lead Actor (Paul Wilson). The team are looking forward to the festival in Los Angeles in April!
God's 17 has made the Official Selection for the Los Angeles Web Festival - the world's oldest, largest, and most popular web series festival. The whole team are so grateful for the inclusion, and excited to be in attendance at the 2017 festival.
VTV has been included as an Official Selection for the prestigious HollyWeb Festival, in Hollywood, CA. The team is so excited for VTV's continued success!
Earlier in January, Courtney filmed a brand new Australian web series God's 17, which was directed by Nir Shelter. Stay tuned for release dates!
On April 24th, Courtney was honoured to represent the new Australian series VTV at the Los Angeles Web Festival, at the Warner Bros. Studios in California. VTV was nominated for a total of eight awards, and won big on the night! The show picked up Best Comedy Series, Best Guest Actor (beating out Jerry Seinfeld, no less!), Best Sound Design, and Best Special/Visual Effects.
It was an honour to be included in such exceptional Australian company, including Starting From Now, Airlock, The Film Lab, Two Refugees and a Blonde, and Bedhead.
On behalf of the entire VTV cast and creative team, Courtney was so honoured to represent the team, and to take home some exceptional awards.
Big thanks goes out to the Los Angeles Web Festival team, to Warner Bros. Studios, and to the incredible creatives that were showcased over the weekend.
Disco Pigs by Enda Walsh is a dark, dangerous play, showcasing a friendship between two seventeen year olds, in a 1990s Cork. Courtney plays Runt, to Jeffrey Hampson’s Pig, and the play is directed by acclaimed filmmaker and director Andrew Langcake.
Tickets are on sale now at: http://www.factorytheatre.com.au/events/2016/01/07/disco-pigs
Watch Throwing Shade Theatre Company's website launch video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uv-3hOaTjYQ
On Thursday, Courtney performed with a select group of Sydney Philharmonia singers, for the Lighting of The Tree in Martin Place, for the City of Sydney. They were joined by Anthony Callea (Australian Idol), and Sam Moran (The Wiggles), and welcomed in the festive season!
Courtney was invited to be a host at the 2015 MTV Beats & Eats Festival, in Sydney Australia. An unconventional hosting role: Courtney was presiding over weddings at MTV’s very own Chapel of Love! What better place to marry the stranger of your dreams, than in front of thousands of other strangers, to the thumping beats of artists like Havana Brown, Jesabel, and Savage.
Click here to see the adventures of Josiah, and his quest to find a festival bride!