Mainly Mondays Productions

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Back To Goode

Two girl couples move to the country. But trouble follows. A project by a female-led team.

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Back To Goode is a five part web series narrative drama set in the fictitious town of Goode (Daylesford). It follows the adventures of two gay girl couples, academics Ellie and Vanessa and barbers Alex and Zoey who move to the country from Melbourne to get their lives and loves back on track.

We are raising funds to finance the production of the trailer for the web series as well as the five episodes which will be launched on YouTube and other overseas platforms.

The production currently has 30 cast and crew, all talented creatives from the Melbourne area, many with credits in feature length films and short films and other web series productions. The project also has secured two Wentworth actors, Katherine Grinlaw (pictured) and Leanne Campbell.

Our production team consists of award winning individuals and graduates of highly regarded film and television schools and Melbourne universities.

Our project is important as it brings to the screen diversity and inclusion. As well as appealing to a broad demographic, our web series shows young people especially that there are people just like them in the world, worthy of representation on the screen, whose stories are important and deserve to be told.

We need your support to help bring this project to life. As we have been developing our project and speaking to many people, we have been overwhelmed by support and encouragement. We now need this in financial form.

We are an enthusiastic team, working together on this creative dream. We are getting out into the community, meeting and greeting everyone in the local communities that support us and supporting them in turn.

We are attending major LGBT events and actively meeting our future audience and building an amazing following as well as listening to them and the stories they tell.

All donations will be used in the production of our web series.

We estimate fully paid cast and crew would amount to $5000 per episode. We also required video editing, marketing and promotion and equipment hire.

The end results will be a quality production of a home grown LGBT drama in Victoria that showcases our community and the beautiful landscapes in which we live, one which also supports emerging talent and showcases Victoria as a diverse, vibrant and creative destination!

You can find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and on YouTube.

Want to know even more about Back to Goode? Have a read of this and this and this.

Hear from Back to Goode characters Alex and Sketch here:

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Lisa Habermann and Suzanne McKee are both writers, directors and producers, creating contemporary Australian drama.

Lisa has written the LGBT feature “We All Lie My Darling”, filmed in Sydney last year and currently in post-production. She has also written two short films for other directors, “Uncle”, on an asylum seeking homeless actor and “A Father’s Diary” which is a tough portrayal of an Indian father who cannot accept his daughter is in a same sex relationship.

Suzanne is currently working as the director of the feature “The Betrayal”, currently in production in Melbourne, and is the writer director producer of “Pigeonholed” an LGBT short film produced in Melbourne.

Together, they have formed the production company Mainly Mondays Productions and are in pre-production of their LGBT web series “Back To Goode”, set in Melbourne and Daylesford, which has a cast and crew of more than 30 Melbourne creatives, including actors, musicians and screen production practitioners.

Mainly Mondays Productions advocates diversity on screen and challenges stereotypes. With more than 80% female cast and crew, “Back To Goode” web series contributes to gender equity in the Australian screen industry. The project has the full support of the Hepburn Shire Council in country Victoria, where it is being filmed, as well as Daylesford’s popular LGBT festival Chillout which atttracts more than 20,000 visitors each year. The series will be released on YouTube and on overseas platforms in early 2018.


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