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New feature productions filming in Perth!

Just recently we had two big feature productions moved from being filmed in England, to now being filmed here in Perth. These productions go by the name of ‘How to please a woman’ and ‘It only takes a night’. Both of these productions now being filmed in Perth also need to look for cast based in Perth due to the difficulties of travelling. In fact, right now there is a casting call for unpaid extras to be involved in upcoming feature film “It Only Takes A Night “ filming in various locations around the City of Perth and Fremantle.


It Only Takes A Night follows four best friends on a girl’s night out, who end upon a path none of them expected and find out it really does only take a night to change your life.

Eliza Taylor (The 100) is set to star in the new romantic comedy alongside a stellar cast. Most recognisable for her role as Clarke Griffin in the 100, Taylor has an impressive list of screen cred.

The team are seeking talent of all ages, with filming from Monday 17th May – Friday 4th June. 

To apply please complete the online form:



On set they also have accent coach Acacia Daken, who is currently studying at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Acacia is an established accent coach, specialising in the Standard American dialect. She is currently helping Austrailian actors on set to perfect their American accent for the movie.

Acacia is also now available to teach dialect coaching and american accent with us at Perth Film School. That means, any of you Interested on working on your accent and training with an amazing professional, be sure to reach out to us letting us know about your Interest to

Acacia’s Training:

“Along with a Masters in Professional Acting from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and a Bachelor in Drama Education, I have trained in speech and voice from a young age. In 2012 and 2013 I ventured to LA to further my training with top voice coaches including the accomplished Bob Corff. Over the past few years, through copious research and practice I have begun to develop my own process of teaching the Standard American accent in a straightforward and relaxed fashion – no need to feel daunted!

I am very excited to have returned to Bristol Old Vic this year to complete my MFA in Voice and help shape the course in its inaugural year. “




If you are also interested in taking up acting or filmaking courses with us, be sure to check out all the courses we have available and sign up to the next one here! We run our programs every single month so you can be sure to never miss out.