John Luc first began uploading videos on YouTube as ‘mychonny’ in 2008 initially to express his frustration with High School life and being Asian in Australia. Those early uploads – all written, directed, edited and starring John struck a chord with 12-24 year olds around the globe - and since 2008 he has uploaded hundreds of short films across 5 YouTube channels.
John has toured around Australia and to Singapore, Japan and Los Angeles for ‘meet and greets’ with his fans and has appeared in sell-out live shows around Australia with local sensation SuperWog. He has a series about K-POP on MTV and stars in the soon to be released feature film Sucker and the webseries mychonny moves in. John Luc is a YT phenomenon, with direct access to his global audience through YouTube, Twitter and Facebook.
John is one of Australia’s most watched online and subscribed comedians and is in development with a feature script co-written by WA comedian Tien Tran.
In 2014, Lily’s second feature Galore screened at the Berlin Film Festival, after premiering at the 2013 Melbourne International Film Festival.
Lily’s most recent television credit was in the NBC series Camp, alongside Rachel Griffiths. She made her feature film debut in P.J. Hogan’s 2012 feature Mental, opposite Toni Collette, Liev Schreiber and Anthony LaPaglia. Her role as ‘Coral Moochmore’ earned her an AACTA Award nomination for Best Young Actor and a Film Critics Circle of Australia Award nomination for Best Performance by a Young Actor.
Lily also appeared in the second season of the critically acclaimed television series Rake, with Richard Roxburgh.
Timothy Spall is one of Britain’s best-loved and most talented character actors. Most recently he received wide acclaim for his role as J.M.W Turner in Mike Leigh’s Mr Turner, winning the Best Actor Award at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.
Timothy is best known for his role as Peter Pettigrew in the Harry Potter film series. His roles have included Georgie Godwin in The Fattest Man in Britain, Winston Churchill in the The King's Speech, Peter Taylor in The Damned United (2009), Beadle Bamford in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street and his own documentary Timothy Spall: Somewhere at Sea. He received an OBE in 1999.