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Low Life: A Black Comedy About Depression.

The modern world is a scary place – suffocating, fractured, and alienating.

On the surface, Jef is a regular guy. He's good looking, charming, and funny. He also has a good job and a beautiful girlfriend. But he just doesn't feel right. And he's not sure what to do about it.

He is bombarded by advertising messages, annoying campaigners, and friends who all have solutions. Thankfully, his best friend, Tom and girlfriend, Shelly want to help. The only problem is, their solutions are disastrous.

Together they try to solve Jef's problem but he soon realises that it might be something only he can fix.

Low Life is a comedic and heartfelt look at depression. It is a cross between Sleepwalk With Me and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Creators, Luke Eve and Adam Grossetti, explore the topic in a highly visual, evocative and humorous way.

 

 

 

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Cast

Cast

Low Life Series Cast.


Henry Nixon

Jef

Henry Nixon

Henry Nixon has appeared in numerous feature films including Cate Shortland's multi award winning, Cannes "Un Certain Regard" screened: Somersault, Elissa Down's Berlin Film Festival screened The Black Balloon and Matthew Saville's Noise, which screened in Official Competition at the Sundance Film Festival, in which he delivered a chilling and memorable performance. He has lent his voice to the animated feature $9.99 with Anthony LaPaglia and Geoffrey Rush, and George Miller's Oscar winning Happy Feet, featured in thriller Triangle alongside Melissa George and Liam Hemsworth, Ed Kavalee's comedy Scumbus with Dave Hughes and Peter Hellier, and Luke Tierney's $quid with Josh Lawson. In 2011, Henry was seen in Julia Leigh's controversial Sleeping Beauty, which screened in official competition at the Cannes Film Festival, Sydney Film Festival, and in Special Presentation at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2011. Henry's television credits include '2nd Lieutenant Hugh Corrigan' in the multi Emmy award winning HBO/Dreamworks/Playtone mini-series The Pacific produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, Underbelly Files: Infiltration, All Saints (as the much loved nurse 'Sterling "Sterlo" McCormack'), McLeod's Daughters, and East West 101. In 2013 He will also be seen in the fifth series of Packed to the Rafters, ABC's mini-series Devil's Dust and Network Ten's new series, Mr & Mrs Murder.

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Claire van der Boom

Shelly

Claire van der Boom

Claire van der Boom is an award winning Australian actor who graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 2005. Her early television roles included Love My Way and East West 101. She followed these up with a stand out performance as Stella, the most prominent female role, in the Stephen Spielberg/Tom Hanks mini-series The Pacific. Claire made her feature film debut as the female lead in Nash Edgerton's The Square in 2008. That same year she starred as Grace in the television drama Rush, created by John Edwards and Network Ten, for which she was nominated in 2009 for a Silver Logie as "Most Outstanding Actress". In 2009 Claire played the role of Alice opposite Ryan Kwanten in the feature film Red Hill directed by Patrick Hughes. Claire was then cast as Billie Tucker in Tough Trade, a US television pilot for Epix also starring Sam Shepard, directed by Gavin Hood (TSOTSI) and produced by Gavin, Jenji Kohan (Weeds) and Chris Offut (Weeds, True Blood). In 2010, Claire filmed the leading role of Sister Berenice, in Sisters Of War, a tele-movie for ABC TV, directed by Brendan Maher and produced by Andrew Wiseman. Claire was awarded the "Most Outstanding Actress 2010" Silver Logie Television Award for her work in the tele-movie. This was followed up with the role of Clelia in director Cherie Nowlan's tele-movie for Screentime The Man Who Got Away; and the guest role of Juliette in City Homicide for the Seven Network. Recently for television, Claire has played the recurring role of the British character Rachel in the US CBS series Hawaii Five-O, opposite fellow Australian Alex O'Loughlin and Scott Caan. In 2013, Claire worked opposite Luke Wilson and Jessica Alba in the independent film Dear Eleanor, directed by Kevin Connolly.

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Randy Jay Burrell

Tom

Randy Jay Burrell

Randy Jay Burrell has been an entertainer his entire life. Ever since he could walk at the young age of ten months old, he has been dancing and making people laugh. Randy did his first play when he was only four years old. The Wizard of Oz, Randy was the Tin Man. Ever since that play he knew he wanted to be an entertainer. Throughout his childhood and teenage years, Randy was performing in plays and homemade movies. He even created his own documentary for his action figures beginning his directing and writing career. Growing up in entertainment, Randy modeled for many different photographers and was featured in magazines, book covers, and catalogues. After a couple years of modeling, Randy knew it was time to pursue his dream of becoming a successful actor. Randy then went full force into the film and television industry. Since then Randy has worked with some of the great actors in the industry and has learned many new skills from them for success. He continues to create, perform, and learn everyday.

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Will Hawkes

The Campaigner

Will Hawkes

Prior to acting, Will spent most of his 20's working in a variety of professions and traveling extensively. He has held over twenty jobs including, carpenter, candy-maker, inflatable jump house deliverer, door-to-door encyclopedia salesman, insurance adjuster, and tutor/mentor for incarcerated youths. Will has also traveled through over twenty countries. His nomadic adventures include hiking through Cechuan ruins in Peru, perusing through crowded street markets in Tangiers, sailing around Elba island in the Mediterranean, running with the bulls in Pamplona, and playing futball between frozen nettle patches outside of Moscow. The experience in varying professions and the opportunity to observe and participate in a multitude of cultures has provided Will with unique perspective and given him insight into a better understanding human behavior. At least that's what he tells himself.

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Terry Maratos

Nick

Terry Maratos

During his years growing up on California's Central Coast, Maratos began his interest in acting, appearing in various local theatre productions. Upon graduation from high school and utilizing the bi-lingual language skills and dual citizenship from his Greek heritage, he enrolled in Greece's Marines Corps. After his stint in the military he spent time in Italy and then returned stateside to enroll in school in Santa Cruz, California. Eventually making his way to New York, Maratos immersed himself in the theatre scene. He began appearing in Off-Broadway and Off Off-Broadway plays, including a number of avant-garde productions from theatre companies based on the city's Lower East Side. Notable among these was playwright Richard Foreman's Miss Universal Happiness. He currently lives in Los Angeles.

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Susy Kane

Pearl

Susy Kane

Susy has appeared and guest starred in numerous award-winning and critically acclaimed TV shows and worked alongside some of the greatest names in comedy in both the UK and USA. Her appearances include The IT Crowd, The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret, The Thick of It, Saxondale, Gavin and Stacey, White Van Man, Mongrels, The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff, Misfits, TV drama Hattie, Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's Emmy nominated Extras Christmas Special and most recently as the villain Caroline Denby in Nickelodeon's House of Anubis.

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Farrah

Vee

Catherine Farrah

Catherine graduated from QUT with a degree majoring in drama and journalism and also studied at the prestigious Atlantic Theatre School in New York. After cutting her teeth in commercials she branched out on to theatre, feature films and TV roles, appearing in shows such as Crownies, Packed to the Rafters, Rescue Special Ops, Review with Myles Barlow and Underbelly. Catherine also has a passion for and experience in casting and is thrilled to be on board as Casting Director for Low Life.

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Martin Dew

Therapist

Martin Dew

Martin was born in the United Kingdom. He trained at The Guildford School of Acting during which time he was selected to appear in professional repertory at The Redgrave Theatre, Farnham and subsequently several workshops at The Globe Theatre. 1980s Television engagements in the UK included The Ruth Rendell Mysteries (TVS), The Great Wall of Iron (BBC) and The Les Dennis Laughter Show (BBC). As a British voice talent, he could be heard in the BBC Radio 4 Drama series Fear on Four, the BBC/Miramax film Captives and, later, various commercials for radio in San Francisco. Further television appearances in the UK included Dr. Who, Superchannel's Hippo and an interview on Jonathan Ross's BBC Film program. Martin worked as an executive in the film industry for many years, having moved to California in 1995 to join a division of Lucasfilm Ltd. His recent return to acting has included roles in Steven Spielberg's War Horse (2011), Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master (2012), and TV shows Mad Men (2013) and Conan (2012).

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Channing McKindra

Hula Hoop Girl

Channing McKindra

As a film and television student at New York University, Channing McKindra learned how to create a production from start to finish, but performing in front of the camera was her true passion. After graduating from college, she appeared in Off-Off-Broadway musicals, including the successful Caligula Maximus at La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club. Following her foray onto the stage, Channing became a favorite of the EyePatch Productions team and appeared in a number of videos for companies such as Motorola and Ogilvy & Mather. Through her connections, Channing also booked well-received commercial work. With several years in New York under her belt, Channing moved to Los Angeles where she made her debut as a vocalist at Colombo's Restaurant & Jazz Club and appeared as a model in Black Hair Magazine. She continues to work in print and on camera, most recently using her acting chops in ads for major brands.

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Genevieve Farrell

Yvette

Genevieve Farrell

Genevieve got her start as a child actor with roles in the Emmy award winning series, Zoboomafoo and Disney's Molly: An American Girl on the Homefront, produced by Julia Roberts. Genevieve recently graduated Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Southern California's film production program with a minor in marketing. As an actor, writer, producer, her award winning short, Angela Wright, has played in 18 international film festival and is now available on iTunes. Genevieve has also written, produced and starred in comedy videos featured on Deadline Hollywood, the Funny or Die mainpage, and the Huffington Post.

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Crew

Crew

Low Life Series Crew.


Luke Eve

Luke Eve

Producer and Director

Luke began his career as a freelance photographer. Armed with a strong visual aesthetic and a keen eye and talent for dramatic comedy, Luke has the unique ability to capture great performances in a visually exciting style. He graduated from the Australian Film Television and Radio School in 2005 and in the same year won Tropfest with his film Australian Summer. He has directed five short films including Cockroach, a 14-minute visual effects loaded film that has gone on to screen at over 30 International Film Festivals and win over a dozen awards. In 2012 he was the series director of the landmark documentary series Great Southern Land for ABC and Cordell Jigsaw Productions. The production was Luke's third television series and garnered him a nomination for Best Direction In A Documentary Series at the 2013 ADG Awards. He has a number of feature film projects in development including The Truth About Jack and Elvis Fundak is Grounded.

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Adam Grossetti

Adam Grossetti

Writer

Adam is a published and professionally produced award-winning writer having worked with some of Australia's leading film, television and theatre companies. Adam's first short film Early Eddie and the Bus Stop Blues won the Brisbane International Short Film Competition. Since then Adam has written and developed episodic television drama including Home and Away and Sea Patrol. His stage plays have been produced throughout Australia including a recent commission by Sydney Theatre Company Artistic Directors Cate Blanchett and Andrew Upton to adapt Luigi Pirandello's Vestire gli Inudi for the stage. He is a recipient of the Philip Parsons Playwrights Award for his stage play Lost Lagoon at Belvoir Street Theatre, (BSharp) and the Queensland Premiers Drama Award for Mano Nera at The Queensland Theatre Company. Adam is currently developing Mano Nera as a feature film.

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Rebecca Hu

Rebecca Hu

Producer

Rebecca Hu halls from Toronto, Canada and graduated with honors from the University of Toronto with a triple major in Cinema Studies, English Literature and Psychology. In 2005, Rebecca Hu was the proud recipient of the prestigious Diversity in Broadcasting Award presented by WIFT - T (Women In Film & Telelvision - Toronto). After 8 years and close to 100 productions later, she established her own production company Kungfu-Barbie Productions with the core mission of creating "kickass" films from a female's perspective while also working to broaden opportunities for minorities and the under-represented. Past producing credits include the independent feature films 1,001 Ways to Enjoy the Missionary Position, White On Rice, Pretty Rosebud and 40 Is the New Dead, as well as the feature length documentary I Heart Hollywood, and TV shows Red Bull's Rock the Route and Digg into Books.

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Ali Sandler

Ali Sandler

Co-Producer

Ali graduated from USC's School of Cinematic Arts with a BA in Film Production. She has produced a number of narrative films and music videos, as well as three documentaries. Her 2012 documentary, Waiting For Mamu, tells the story of Pushpa Basnet, who was named the 2012 CNN Hero of the Year for her work in Kathmandu, Nepal. The film is an Official Selection at Michael Moore's 2013 Traverse City Film Festival. Ali also recently produced ULTIMATE ULTIMATE (currently in post-production), a low-budget mockumentary on Electronic Music, Directed by Jack Henry Robbins, with Executive Producer Tim Robbins.

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Eva Di Blasio

Eva Di Blasio

Co-Producer

Eva produced her debut feature film Little Sparrows which received rave reviews on the international festival circuit, winning a number of awards including the 2010 DigiSPAA Spaartan Award for Best Digital Feature Film, WA Screen Award for Outstanding Drama and a nomination for Inside Film's Independent Spirit Award. Eva graduated from Curtin University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts in Film and Television. In the same year Eva produced and directed the documentary short Taxi which earned a WA Screen Award nomination. In 2011, Eva worked closely with the Australian Theatre for Young People, co-producing the short films Bat Eyes and Boot for The Voices Project. Bat Eyes screened at Venice Film Festival as one of the top ten finalists in You Tubes Your Film Festival. From 2011-2012 Eva worked as a producer for twodogs.tv and recently graduated from the Australian Film and Television school completing a graduate diploma in producing and screen business. Eva is the 2012 recipient of AFTRS and Screen Australia LA internship with Village Roadshow and The Gotham Group in Los Angeles.

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Garrett O'Brien

Garrett O'Brien

Director of Photography

After completing and premiering his first film, Get The Gist it became evident that filmmaking would never let go of Garrett. The complexity of the visuals in narrative storytelling engrossed him, allowing him to find cinematography as his calling within filmmaking. Since then Garrett has finished his Master's in Film from American University; tested and used cameras for Lucas Film on their feature Red Tails; and shot several award winning short films, such as Waiting on a Train and Fractured Legacy along with a host of other documentary and commercial work. Last year he filmed a short film Constant, which he also wrote and directed. It's currently screening and winning awards on the festival circuit. Over the past few months Garrett has shot four short films and the comedy feature Gone Doggy Gone.

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Gypsy Taylor

Gypsy Taylor

Production and Costume Designer

Gypsy is a Designer and Illustrator whose career spans film, TV, theatre, & animation. After graduating from NIDA in 1994 with a design degree she has worked as a costume illustrator and costume design assistant on Baz Luhrmann's Australia & Alexander the Great as well as the first and third of the Chronicles of Narnia. Recent film credits include, Associate Costume Designer on The Wolverine, Production Designer on Channel TEN's I Will Survive, Costume designer for Peter Templemans feature Not Suitable for Children, Costume designer for Jim Henson's Me & My Monsters, and Production designer for Ozploitation Horror film Primal. Gypsy also worked with Shaun Tan on storyboard development of his Academy Award winning short film The Lost Thing. On the side Gypsy teaches costume design and illustration at AFTRS and NIDA. She has also designed music videos for The Living End, The Mess Hall and Zombie Ghost Train – which have provided the perfect platform for Gypsy to express her affection for all things kitsch, spicy, comical and macabre. In March 2013 Gypsy showcased her large scale original paintings at Blank Space Gallery.

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Melanie Annan

Melanie Annan

Editor

Melanie has over ten years experience as a film and television editor across many genres including drama, documentary, television, music videos and commercials. She is known to be a compassionate and dedicated editor. Her short films have screened internationally and won numerous awards including an Australian Screen Editors award for Best Editing for Something Fishy in 2012. Australian Summer won Tropfest in 2005 and Danya won the Rosemount Diamond award at the Jackson Hole Film Festival as well as Best Editor at Hatchfest, USA. Recently she has completed Spine which won Best Australian Short at the Melbourne International Film Festival and the six-part ABC comedy At Home With Julia which was nominated for an AACTA award for Best Television Comedy Series. She is currently editing the comedy feature Gone Doggy Gone.

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Benjamin Speed

Benjamin Speed

Composer

Benjamin Speed is an Australian born film composer, musician and producer. He has scored over 30 films including the multiple award winning The Cat Piano, narrated by Australian musician Nick Cave; the Australian Documentary Prize winning The Snowman, The Australian Film Institute Award winning A Northern Town; The MTV 180 Project winning Dungoona; the Comic-Con winning Street Angel; 3 Tropfest Australia finalists, Carnivore Reflux, Glass and The Maestro; the acclaimed short films Tender and Anima and the Berlinale Crystal Bear and Sundance Film Festival Best Director winning 52 Tuesdays. Benjamin has won one and been nominated for three APRA Australian Screen Music Awards, won Best Score at the St Kilda Shorts Festival and was nominated for an American MPSE Golden Reel Award for Music Editing. Benjamin is obsessed with ginger, watermelon, pineapple and tea and mostly enjoys laughing, at himself especially, as regularly as possible.

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Sasha Zastavnikovic

Sasha Zastavnikovic

Sound Designer

Sasha Zastavnikovic is an experienced Sound Designer and mixer with over 10 years of experience in film and music industry. In 2005 Sasha completed his Masters Degree in Sound Design at the Australian Film, Television, Radio School (AFTRS). For his study Sasha received the Digidesign Award for Sound design Creativity. Since graduating from AFTRS, Sasha has worked as a sound designer and mixer on a number of award winning feature films, documentaries, TV series, theatre productions, computer games, TVC, co-operate videos and short films. Sasha is two times winner of Australian Screen Sound Awards for his work on TV series All Saints, and has also been nominated on two other occasions. Sasha spends most of his time at his studio in Crows Nest and considers him self very lucky and grateful that he is able to call his passion work.

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David Blackwell

David Blackwell

Titles Designer

David Blackwell is an animator and illustrator based in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. He is a Gold Coast native, whose education in drawing began with appreciating cartoons broadcast after school in the 1990s. David graduated from Queensland University of Technology's BFA Animation course in 2009, and under the supervision of Australian animator Max Bannah, completed his Honours Degree there in 2010 - the result of which was his student film Few Are Chosen. For his academic performance at QUT he was awarded a university medal. David worked at Diversionary Therapy Technologies as a 3D artist and animator from 2009 - 2012, and has tutored Animation at the Queensland University of Technology, Kelvin Grove, and JMC Academy, South Bank. David currently resides in Brisbane and runs his own business, Draw Shoot Move (drawshootmove.com), where he illustrates book covers and produces motion graphics.

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Louise Heseltine

Louise Heseltine

Publicist

Louise Heseltine has over 11 years of experience working as an entertainment publicist. After completing a Masters in Communications at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, she freelanced at various Melbourne PR agencies working on campaigns for Dendy Films, Rialto Entertainment, Cinema Nova, and the AFI Awards. In 2006 Louise co - founded Limelight PR, a boutique PR agency specializing in film and television. Her clients included the Melbourne International Film Festival, St Kilda Film Festival, Cascade Films, Emu Creek Pictures and Matchbox Pictures where Louise implemented the campaign for the award-winning TV series The Slap. Louise has extensive film festival experience working for Alliance Atlantis at the 2005 Toronto Film Festival representing Brokeback Mountain and The World's Fastest Indian and as an Associate Press Officer for the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. She now lives in Los Angeles where she works as a film publicist.

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Nicole Rodrigues

Nicole Rodrigues

Publicist

Nicole is a seasoned publicist and social media marketing pro with more than 14 years of experience under her belt. She's developed and executed strategic campaigns for some of the biggest names in business such as Yahoo!, Dolby, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sony Playstation, Hulu, M-GO, Toon Hero, Demand Media, MobiTV, and the Oakland Raiders. When she's not working, networking or spending time on social media channels, she golfs, watches sports, movies, and as much TV/Hulu/Netflix/YouTube as possible. Nicole is a graduate from San Jose State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Relations.

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

Low Life Series Soundtrack.


Episode 1

Happiness is a Chemical

Written & Performed by Darren Hanlon

Courtesy of Flippin Yeah Industries

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Mood Swangs

Written by Robert "Simplemente" Estrada, Peter "Edgewize" Hammersly, Erik "Esik" Melland & Rahman Jamaal McCreadie

Performed by Projekt Seer

Courtesy of Self Destruct of Xchange Leaders

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I Will Deliver

Written & Performed by Joel Sarakula

Courtesy of Art Parade

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Love Is

Written by Robert "Simplemente" Estrada, Peter "Edgewize" Hammersly, Erik "Esik" Melland & Rahman Jamaal McCreadie

Performed by Projekt Seer

Courtesy of Self Destruct of Xchange Leaders

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Live it Up

Written by Greedy Smith

Performed by Mental As Anything

Courtesy of Warners

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Episode 2

Happiness is a Chemical

Written & Performed by Darren Hanlon

Courtesy of Flippin Yeah Industries

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Sinners Come & Go

Written & Performed by Christine Jane

Courtesy of Acatapult

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Nothing

Written by Lenka & Kevin Salem

Performed by Lenka

Courtesy of Skipalong Records

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Zoloft

Written by Melchiondo, Jr., Micahel/Freeman, Aaron

Performed by Ween

Courtesy of Shock Records

Downtown DMP Songs (BMI) o/b/o Browndog Music (BMI)

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Episode 3

Happiness is a Chemical

Written & Performed by Darren Hanlon

Courtesy of Flippin Yeah Industries

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Money & Love

Written & Performed by Benjamin Cartel

Courtesy of Benjamin Cartel

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Punk's Not Dead

Written & Performed by Darren Hanlon

Courtesy of Flippin Yeah Industries

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Soon

Written by Daniel Pugliese & David Watts

Performed by The Make

Courtesy of Petulance LTD.

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The Lows

Written & Performed by Joel Sarakula

Courtesy of Art Parade

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Episode 4

Happiness is a Chemical

Written & Performed by Darren Hanlon

Courtesy of Flippin Yeah Industries

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No One

Written & Performed by Benjamin Cartel

Courtesy of Benjamin Cartel

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Everything

Written & Performed by Karl Smith

Courtesy of Karl Smith

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Episode 5

Happiness is a Chemical

Written & Performed by Darren Hanlon

Courtesy of Flippin Yeah Industries

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Only One Still Dancing

Written & Performed by Joel Sarakula

Courtesy of Art Parade

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Shhh... You Had Me at Death

Written & Performed by Mister Benjamin Speed

Courtesy of Mister Benjamin Speed

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The Ballad of the Last Used Man

Written & Performed by Mister Benjamin Speed

Courtesy of Mister Benjamin Speed

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Episode 6

Happiness is a Chemical

Written & Performed by Darren Hanlon

Courtesy of Flippin Yeah Industries

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The Dark Side

Written & Performed by Shelley Short

Courtesy of Flippin Yeah Industries

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Kickstarter

Kickstarter

Thank you to our wonderful Kickstarter Backers – we couldn't have made Low Life without you.



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Sponsors

Sponsors

A Special Thanks to the Low Life Web Series Sponsors.


Angel City Brewery

Angel City Brewery

Angel City Brewery is excited to be part of the brewing renaissance of Downtown LA by bringing old-world, small-batch, craft brewing to the new world of the expanding Arts District. We are committed to the continued growth and revitalization of our neighborhood by being an interactive and supportive partner to the arts and business communities, as well as the burgeoning craft beer movement in Los Angeles.

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Blackstone Gallery

Blackstone Gallery

Blackstone Gallery is a fine art exhibition space in Downtown Los Angeles exhibiting national contemporary fine art. Blackstone Gallery seeks to represent fine art that is psychological, emotional, innovative and exciting.

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Bronzed Aussie

Bronzed Aussie

Bronzed Aussie is the dream of Australian entrepreneur Samantha Bryan. Deciding she wanted to eat her native pies in Los Angeles, she teamed up with Michelin Star trained Australian executive chef, Lincoln Smith.

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ElectroPolymath

A nimble and dynamic interactive think tank of creative and technical doers. ElectroPolymath embraces unconventional wisdom to solve inherent problems stale from industry group-think and comatose best practices. We build engineered internet brands to stand the test of fads, the fickle, and ever advancing technologies.

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Longshot Coffee

Longshot Coffee

Longshot was founded by three Australians who wanted to bring their passion for great coffee to Los Angeles. Bringing Australian espresso to LA. Longshot has a mobile espresso bar: great for private parties, corporate events, retail stores and film and TV sets. Longshot is also wholesaling its classic blend to cafes throughout Los Angeles.

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Old Bridge Cellars

Old Bridge Cellars

Old Bridge Cellars brings to you a group of fiercely independent winemakers who retain their belief in artisan winemaking. Coming to know their land through the generations before them, they have an intuitive understanding, quiet confidence and desire to produce only the best they can from each vintage.

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Shoofly

Shoofly

Shoofly was founded in 2003 and our winemaking team is led by one of Australia's best – Ben Riggs. As a native of McLaren Vale, he has been crafting some of the region's finest for more than two decades. His vision is clear: no flabby wines, no raisins and leave the oak for the trees! The team brings decades of winemaking and tasting experience to the table, so they've figured out how to make a wine that will drink well to the last drop.

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Conquer Worry

Conquer Worry

Conquer Worry is a mental health advocacy platform and weekly Talk Show.

Our mission is to create awareness of the resources that are available to those who struggle with worry, anxiety or depression. Our vision is for the Conquer Worry brand to be internationally recognized as a resource for anyone struggling with mental health challenges.

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