'Bluey' / Darlene Johnson

'Bluey' / Darlene Johnson

Bluey is an Australian short film made by Darlene Johnson.

‘A moving portrait of a young woman (Tasia Zalar) trapped in a cycle of violence, hopelessness and despair. She meets a mystery mentor (Matt Nable) who could change everything.’

The film is currently free to watch on SBS On Demand using the link below.

https://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/video/855469635572/bluey

We spoke to the lead actress lead actress Tasia Zalar, these are her words.

“I don’t have anything in particular to say about myself. I just let my work speak for itself and try to tell the story to my best. ‘Bluey’ was written by Darlene Johnson and the character I play was inspired by Darlene’s mother’s fiery personality. Also, I think this was the last short film that was filmed in the old Tony Mundine boxing gym. They are building a new one closer to the Redfurn station and putting aboriginal housing in it’s place.” 

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