The Crimson Room


The Crimson Room
Written and Directed by Martin Sharpe
Ash Zuckerman, Alix Bidstrup, Darrell Plumridge, Ash Flanders, & Alex Menglet
Australia/14 min
The Crimson Room is an experience like no other.
A young couple prepare for their new life together as they await the arrival of their firstborn child, when an impulsive stop along a bustling laneway leads them down a path that could ultimately tear them apart and change their lives forever. A dark and sometimes frightening journey to places we’d rather not travel, The Crimson Room is a visceral and thought provoking experience that will stay with you for days.
Director's Bio:
Martin Sharpe has been a prominant Melbourne actor for over a decade. Martin was given a full drama scholarship to Kingswood college in 2000 and pursued external studies at Drama with a Difference for 8 years. At age 11 he was cast in TV series ‘Something in the Air’ and has since appeared in Blue Heelers, Stingers, Fergus McPhail, Hollies Heroes, RUSH, City Homicide, The Lowdown and many more. At age 15 Martin was cast as the title character in the Jonathan M Shiff series Scooter: Secret Agent. At 19 Martin joined the ensemble at Red Stitch Actors theatre and has an extensive background in theatre performing in Rabbit Hole (Red Stitch) Wild East (Red Stitch) The little Dog Laughed (Red Stitch) The Winterling (Red Stitch) Yellow Moon (Red Stitch) Angels with Dirty Faces (9Minds) The hypocryte (Melbourne Theatre Company). Martin recieved a nomination for Best Actor in the same cetegory as Geoffory Rush in the 2008 Greenroom Awards for his work in both Rabbit Hole and The Little Dog Laughed. In 2008 he was cast as a lead role in feature film ‘Lake Mungo’ (Dir. Joel Anderson) Martin has also appeared in many acclaimed short films himself: The Winner (Dir. Dan Brophy) Neon Skin (Dir. Grant Schicluna) Social Death (Dir. Hannah Moon) After You’ve Gone (Dir. Lester Francois) By Any Other Name (VCA, Dir. Marden Dean) The Crossing (Lester Francois) Fast Lane (AFTRS Dir. Grant Scicluna) Oranges (Christian Pithee) I Suppose I Had it Coming (VCA, DIr. Declan Mortimer Eipper). Martin will next be seen in the upcoming series ‘Killing Time’ alongside David Whenham and is currently working on a screenplay for a feature and is passionately commited to a parallel career as a director while expanding his knowledge and studies behind the camera

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