Her New Zealand television roles include appearances in such series as City Homicide, The Insider's Guide To Love, Sensing Murder and Burying Brian.She played a small part in the movie Avatar (2009 film) which was partially shot in Wellington, but her scene was cut from the final release.Sunday premiered in New Zealand in December 2014 and went on to feature in a range of film festivals around the world throughout 2015.Camille Keenan won Best Actress for her performance in the film at the 2015 New York City Independent Film Festival.Christchurch was severely damaged by the 2011 earthquake, and the broken city, with its cracked and crumbling facades, becomes a powerful metaphor for their broken relationship.Sunday is a true collaboration between real life couple Clare and Keenan, who co-wrote the script with first time director Michelle Lloyd, and cinematographer Ryan Alexander Lloyd.Charlie (Dustin Clare, from TV series Spartacus) left his girlfriend Eve (Camille Keenan, a regular in TV series) behind when he enlisted in the army.After a five month absence he has returned briefly during a stopover and reconnect during a day spent wandering the city and revisiting familiar places that have significance to their relationship.
Screening at such festivals as: Palm Springs Shortfest, Calgary International Film Festival, St.
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Australian actor Dustin Clare began working professionally immediately after graduating from drama school in 2004, and within two years was co-starring on the popular soap opera "Mc Leod's Daughters," a long-running hit ...