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FOX Sets UK Premiere Date For ‘Jack Irish: Dead Point’

Image635507206650038143Dead Point - the third entry in the series of Jack Irish TV movies – will receive its UK premiere on FOX UK on Monday December 8th at 9pm.

Based on the series of novels by Peter Temple Jack Irish: Dead Point follows Jack Irish (Guy Pearce) as he works on a case to locate a mysterious red book after being hired by a high profile Judge (Barry Humphries). Thrown into a world of sexy club owners, dodgy drug dealers, bisexual blackmailers, and unhinged killers, Jack begins to realise that he should follow his instincts and back away very slowly and very quietly – if only the judge wasn’t family. Jack Irish: Dead Point is produced by Essential Media & Entertainment in association with ABC TV, Screen Australia & Film Victoria and, in addition to Pearce and Humphries, also stars Marta Dusseldorp, Kat Stewart, Shane Jacobson, Deborah Mailman, Roy Billing, Aaron Pedersen and Vince Colosimo.

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2014 Scarlet Stiletto Awards Night with Marta! – Book your Tickets now

Image635503678281624000Marta Dusseldorp, star of Janet King and Crownies, to present the 21st Scarlet Stiletto Short Story Awards – 6.30pm, Friday 21 November

Sisters in Crime Australia is proud to announce that Marta Dusseldorp, star of Janet King and Crownies, will present its 21st Scarlet Stiletto Short Story Awards at a gala dinner from 6.30pm on Friday, 21 November at Melbourne’s Thornbury Theatre.

This year a record 207 stories competed for awards  offering a record $8,800 in prize money plus the coveted stiletto trophy for the overall winner.

At 8pm, prior to the award presentations, Dusseldorp will discuss her ‘life in crime’ (and much more) with crime author Leigh Redhead.

Dusseldorp’s criminal past includes the critically acclaimed Janet King and its predecessor Crownies (ABC), three telemovies opposite Guy Pearce in Jack Irish and the six-part Blackjack telemovies opposite Colin Friels. Other key television roles include two seasons as Sarah Adams in A Place To Call Home (Seven Network); Devil’s Dust, the award-winning mini-series After the Deluge; and Hell Has Harbour Views.

Dusseldorp has a wealth of experience on stage including three years with the Sydney Theatre Company’s Actor’s Company where she received a Helpmann Award. Her film credits include Paul Cox’s award-winning Innocence, Praise, Paradise Road and Burning Man. Info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marta_Dusseldorp

Leigh Redhead is the author of the award winning Simone Kirsch private eye series. She has also contributed a chapter to the compilation If I Tell You…I’ll Have To Kill You: Australia’s Leading Crime Writers Reveal Their Secrets (Allen and Unwin). Info:http://www.leighredhead.com

Venue: Thornbury Theatre, 859 High Street, Thornbury

Sit-down dinner: $60 ($35 concession for shortlisted authors only). Drinks available at bar prices. Men or ‘Brothers in Law’ welcome.

Seats only (no dinner) from 8pm: $15 (no concession)

Bookings close Monday, 17th November.

Book individually or in tables of up to 10 or a seat only (without meal). 

Further information: Michaela Lobb 0409 431 397 or via email

Book stall: 10% discount for members from the Sun Bookshop stall.

Prizes kindly sponsored by HarperCollins; Pantera Press; Sun Bookshop, Athenaeum Library; Allen & Unwin; Arena Magazine; Clan Destine Press; Scriptworks; Benn’s Book Shop; Ann Byrne; Kerry Greenwood; Catherine Leppert; Josephine Pennicott; and the Queensland Chapter of Sisters in Crime. The awards are also supported by Spinifex Press.

    More info here