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The Heights set to launch nationally on ABC television: Photos at Perth screening Bohdan Warchomij February 12, 2019

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Upcoming ABC drama The Heights screened three episodes at Rooftop Cinemas in Northbridge last night prior to the launch of the series nationally on February 22 at 8.30 PM . Screenwest conducted the event with cocreator  Warren Clarke and producer Peta Astbury in attendance.

Co‐creator of the series Warren Clarke says the joy of THE HEIGHTS lies in its characters, and the way they deal with whatever slings and arrows life throws at them.

“It’s a diverse community, but this series doesn’t seek to exploit the things that make us different but rather explore and celebrate the things that ultimately make us all the same.

“This isn’t story about good versus evil or rich versus  poor; it’s about the very unifying experience of trying to make one’s way in the world, and the family you surround yourself with, whether by bloodline or by circumstance,” he said.

Producer Peta Astbury and cocreator Warren Clarke Photo Bohdan Warchomij

The hefty 30 part half hour drama by Matchbox Pictures in association with For Pete’s Sake Productions filmed two episodes a week using four or more handheld cameras in fully enclosed sets at Perth ABC studios and on location.

Director James Bogle amongst the guests at the screening Photo Bohdan Warchomij

Exterior shoots at various locations around Perth were usually scheduled for one day a week, all up making this one of the biggest and busiest local productions in recent times.

Photo Bohdan Warchomij

Set in the fictional suburb of Arcadia Heights, the action takes place at apartment block ‘The Towers’, and explores relationships, work lives and everyday challenges faced by its characters.

The cast features Marcus Graham, Shari Sebbens, Roz Hammond, Fiona Press, Dan Paris, Calen Tassone, Kelton Pell, Briallen Clarke, Bernie Davis, Saskia Hampele, Phoenix Raei, Yazeed Daher, Bridie McKim, Mitchell Bourke, Koa Nuen, Cara McCarthy,  Carina Hoang, Melody Rom and Asher Yasbincek.

Asher Yasbincek and Melody Rom Photo Bohdan Warchomij



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