Two disaffected millennials house-sitting a mansion discover that the owners have died in a plane crash and steal their identities, and the house.
Amanda and Henry are homeless. As of this morning. They’ve accidentally Airbnb’d out their own apartment to a pair of demanding Germans, and somehow despite working three jobs each, they’re totally broke. Like the song: no one told you life was gonna be this way. So when Amanda comes across …
Jasper Garner Gore is a Sydney-based screenwriter and recent AFTRS graduate. He writes comedy and science-fiction and is currently developing several series and a feature as part of two different writing teams.
Return to Sender, a half-hour TV comedy based on his time working as a postman, was longlisted for the AWG’s 2018 Monte Miller Award and 2019 John Hinde Award, and was a finalist in the GenreBlast TV script competition in the same year.
Jasper has written and collaborated on several short films and in 2019 the script for his short Special Delivery was a finalist for the AACTA: Forever Unexpected competition. Judge Odin, a webseries he created with his co-writer and wife Rebecca Moret was presented as part of the Melbourne Webfest Pitch iView event.
Jasper has worked extensively in theatre as an actor and producer, and in 2017 was the dramaturg for Melissa Lee Speyer’s sold-out season of A Christmas Carol at the Kings Cross Hotel Theatre.
Jasper and Rebecca’s Monte Miller nominated TV series Keeping House draws on the several years the two of them worked as live-in housekeepers for Airbnb apartments across Sydney. They are not over it.
Rebecca Moret is a screenwriter and opera singer based in Sydney. A comedy and drama writer, she is currently developing several series and a musical.
Rebecca created the webseries Judge Odin with co-writer and husband Jasper Garner Gore, which was presented as part of the Melbourne Webfest Pitch iView event. As a working performing artist, she has extensive experience in the gig economy, and Rebecca and Jasper’s experiences as housekeepers in Sydney inspired the Monte Miller-nominated TV series Keeping House, her first long-form piece.
A graduate of the University of Melbourne and the Sydney Conservatorium, Rebecca has sung with Opera Australia and other companies around Australia, and has collaborated on several new operatic works. As well as singing and writing, she is currently studying for her Masters of Management at the University of South Australia.