Tabrett Bethell is in Los Angeles this week for Australian Film Festival!
From Film Ink’s article:
As Australian Film week kicks off in L.A – the international heartland of film and television, it seems only fitting that Screenwise – Australia’s Leading Film and Television School prepares to celebrate a decade of screen education for aspiring and working actors in Sydney.
Founded by well-known Australian actress Denise Roberts (most recently of Channel 9’s ‘Cops L.A.C’), Screenwise has produced some of Australia’s leading screen talent with recent Screenwise graduates including Logie-award winner Todd Lasance, PACKED TO THE RAFTERS’ George Houvardas, SPARTACUS’ Andy Whitfield, and the 2010 New York Film festival’s Best actress and ‘Legend of the Seeker’ star Tabrett Bethell.
Guests for the star-studded gala include stalwarts and newcomers such as Peter Phelps (‘Rescue Special Ops’), George Houvardas (‘Packed to the Rafters’), Barry Crocker, Tabrett Bethell (‘Legend of the Seeker’), Kristian Schmidt, Jeremy Lindsay Taylor, Di Smith, Todd Lasance (‘Cloud Street’, ‘Underbelly’, ‘Home & Away’) and Gary Sweet (‘Cops L.A.C’. ‘The Pacific’).
The New York Film Festival is showing The Clinic at the Film Society of Lincoln Center‘s Walter Reade Theater, located in Manhattan. It will be shown on Thursday, October 28, 2010 at 9:00 PM EST. Tickets are on sale for $12.00 (here). This is not the first time The Clinic has been shown in New York, but go out and support Tabrett even if you’ve seen it already. And if you haven’t, this is a great opportunity. I don’t think tickets are sold out yet (as they were for both of Screamfest’s showings), so buy them quick.
The short article that Herald Sun (an Australian newspaper) wrote about Tabrett Bethell surfaced after I found the picture of Tabrett that it featured. It was published July 27, 2010. Back then we only had the picture and half the first paragraph. Now we have the full article (thanks to Necros). It is short, but any word from Tabrett is a treasure…
Here is the first review of The Clinic from Bloody-Disgusting.com.
There are a few reviews that have popped up, regarding the recent release of Seeker Season 2 on DVD. I have collected them here. Continue reading to see what critics have to say about Tabrett’s performance of Cara.
The Clinic will be screened at two prestigious festivals in Los Angeles and New York!