The Script of Life (feature film)

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The Script of Life is the second feature film produced by Joy House

Productions, in association with Australasian Art and Stageworks.

Directed/ Produced/ Written by Joy Hopwood

Cinematography by Daniel Lyons

Edited by Jon Cohen

Starring Erica Long, Callum Alexander, Andrew Wang,

Warren Ekermans, Miriam Capper, Benjamin Hanly,

Joy Hopwood & Kathy Luu.

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Tagline: “Sometimes life doesn’t always go according to script!”

Short synopsis:

Sam Davies has always wanted to be an actor.

Lana Ong has always wanted to be recognized at

work. Both have a history of meeting the wrong people.

As their professional and personal worlds collide,

 trouble and misunderstandings ensue. Can their

friends and family convince them to give love another


Sometimes, life doesn’t go according to script.

Long synopsis:

Sam Davies has always wanted to be an actor. Upon graduating from

acting school, he decides to cold call casting directors, hoping to get

his big break. Unluckily for Sam, auditions are hard to come by for

freelancers, so he becomes his own agent.

Lana has always been a quiet, hardworking employee at Brad Price

Advertising. When Mia Boyce joins the firm, she finds her world

turning upside down. Overlooked and under appreciated, Lana

and her two best friends, Kym and Dave, work together to get their

professional lives back on track after Mia gets nominated for

Advertising’s Woman of the Year.

Lana and Sam’s lives begin to merge after they match on ‘Love Kicko’,

the new hit new dating app. Instant attraction versus awkward first

dates, countless misunderstandings and cultural collision.

When the lead actor for Brad Price Advertising’s newest Super Cho

Chockette campaign falls ill, will Sam save the day?

Meanwhile, Kym reflects on her life choices and tries to pause her

biological clock. When Valentine’s Day arrives she seizes the

opportunity to give Brad Price a Valentine’s Day card with a

cryptic message inside. But will he be able to decode her

message and reciprocate her feelings?

Or will she end up having a baby all on her own?

“Sometimes life doesn’t go according to a script!”

Family. Love. Life.

The Script of Life (Film Ink news article)

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