The Ravens

Winner of two Red Poppy Awards at the Veterans Film Festival including Best Australian Short Film

Honoured to have won two Red Poppy Awards at the Veterans Film Festival in Canberra, including Best Australian Short Film and Best Actress for Indianna Gregg in the lead role of Ruby.

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 Indianna Gregg accepting her Best Actress award for her leading role as Ruby in THE RAVENS

Indianna Gregg accepting her Best Actress award for her leading role as Ruby in THE RAVENS

 Jennifer Perrott - writer/director/producer - acceptance speech for Best Australian Short Film.

Jennifer Perrott - writer/director/producer - acceptance speech for Best Australian Short Film.

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 Jeremy Lindsay Taylor (left) - who play retuned service man and Ruby's dad in THE RAVENS - Indianna Gregg (middle) who plays Rubby - and Jennifer Perrott - writer/director/producer - at the Red Poppy Awards ceremony in Canberra, October 2016

Jeremy Lindsay Taylor (left) - who play retuned service man and Ruby's dad in THE RAVENS - Indianna Gregg (middle) who plays Rubby - and Jennifer Perrott - writer/director/producer - at the Red Poppy Awards ceremony in Canberra, October 2016

 Corporal Tyson Murray (left) - who helped Jeremy Lindsay Taylor (middle) prepare for the role of Phil in THE RAVENS - with Jeremy and Jennifer Perrott (foreground right) - at the Veterans Film Festival screening of THE RAVENS.

Corporal Tyson Murray (left) - who helped Jeremy Lindsay Taylor (middle) prepare for the role of Phil in THE RAVENS - with Jeremy and Jennifer Perrott (foreground right) - at the Veterans Film Festival screening of THE RAVENS.

 Turn out at the Veterans Film Festival screening of THE RAVENS - even the Veterans Motorcycling Club members were in attendance.

Turn out at the Veterans Film Festival screening of THE RAVENS - even the Veterans Motorcycling Club members were in attendance.