Cameras roll on Glitch

2014-11-17_1327Filming has begun today on ABC’s new six-part drama series Glitch, a high-concept paranormal saga about love, loss and what it means to be human, is filming in Melbourne and around Victoria.

The cast includes Patrick Brammall, Rodger Corser, Emma Booth, Emily Barclay, Genevieve O’Reilly, Andrew McFarlane, Daniela Farinacci, Sean Keenan, and Ned Dennehy.

Created by Tony Ayres (Cut Snake, The Slap, Nowhere Boys, The Home Song Stories), developed by Ayres and Louise Fox (Broadchurch, Dead Europe, Love My Way), Glitch is described as ‘a tale of love and redemption, of second chances gained and lost, of vengeance and forgiveness.’

Tony Ayres, said, “Glitch is an elevated genre series. At its core it is a gothic mystery with a story that is passionate and dramatic.”

“How do ordinary people deal with great love, longing and the utterly unexpected? This is an exciting drama from a hugely talented creative team”, said ABC Head of Fiction Carole Sklan.

Set in the fictional country town of Yoorana, the 6 x 1 hour series sees the run-down town take on a new life from the most unlikely of places – the past.

When six people inexplicably rise from the dead with no memory of their identities, disbelief soon gives way to a determination to discover who they are and what happened to them. Yoorana becomes the gothic rural backdrop against which the “Risen” rediscover their past and why they have returned while those around them are also faced with a perplexing new reality, challenging all the beliefs and ideals they held dear.

Glitch is produced by Matchbox Pictures with the assistance of Screen Australia, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Film Victoria and NBCUniversal. The series is being sold internationally by NBCUniversal.

Production Credits: A Matchbox Pictures production in association with ABC Television, Screen Australia and Film Victoria. Written by Louise Fox, Kris Mrksa and Giula Sandler. Directed by Emma Freeman. Produced by Ewan Burnett and Louise Fox. Executive Producers Tony Ayres and Debbie Lee. ABC TV Executive Producers Carole Sklan and Christopher Gist.

Glitch will air on ABC in 2015.

3 Comments:

  1. Reminds me a bit of that episode of Supernatural “Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid. It’ll be interesting to see where they go with it.

    I do like how ABC are doing these six episode serialised series, like they did with The Code.

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