Australian Actor Hunter Page-Lochard shares his ideas about Colour Blind Casting

Hunter Page-Lochard made his feature film debut in AFTRS alumna Rachel Perkins' award-winning Bran Nue Dae (2010) and has appeared in Wayne Blair's The Sapphires (which screened in Official Selection at the Cannes Film Festival) Sarah Spillane's Around the Block (2013) alongside Christina Ricci which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, Stephen Page's feature film debut Spear (2015) (which was produced by AFTRS alumnus Robert Connelly and John Harvey) and most recently in the innovative six-part futuristic action drama based on a concept by Ryan Griffin for ABC-TV directed by Wayne Blair and Leah Purcell.

Hunter has also featured in several short films including Adrian Wills Arcadia and AFTRS alumnus Wayne Blair's Black Talk and The Djarn Djarns (2005), which won the Crystal Bear Award for Best Short Film at the Berlin International Film Festival.

This interview, made by Megan Simpson Huberman for the 'Directing Performance' subject taught at AFTRS, is exploring Greek Theatre where Hunter delves into the notion of casting that is colour-neutral ...


Last updated April 18, 2016


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