Director W.D Stevens will present his short film trilogy, Walter, to audiences this July.
Walter is a trilogy of short films which follows the life of musician Walter, former frontman of the fictional band The Cornerstones. Walter is played by Australian stage and screen veteran, Don Bridges (Blue Heelers, Road to Nhill).
“I’ve taken inspiration from the post-Beatles career of Paul McCartney,” said the film’s director W.D. Stevens. “Walter explores our relationship with music; how it gets us through the bad times and helps us celebrate the good.”
As well as writing and directing the film, Stevens also co-wrote songs for the film with Hayley McManus. An album of the film’s soundtrack is to be released prior to the film’s screening in Melbourne on July 16.
Walter will premiere on Sunday, 16 July at Williamstown Little Theatre, one of the oldest community theatres in Melbourne. Props, costumes and photos from the various eras of the films will be on display in the theatre’s foyer.
Where: Williamstown Little Theatre
When: 2PM, 5PM and 7:30PM. All three films will be shown at each screening with an approximate runtime of 60min.
Tickets: $15 from TryBooking.com/PRGU