Sean McIntyre | bio
PRODUCER | cinando.com
Callumny Films represents scripts of various genres for international co-productions, film and cinema. VOD, SVOD, AOD and OTT – online video content marketplace spaces.
Attended American Film Market & Conference, Santa Monica, California Nov, 2017. Attended Marche du Cannes, 2020.
Screen content –
- 2017 On Vous Mont Mockumentary Film Festival (Lyon, France)
- 2016 On Vous Mont Mockumentary Film Festival (Lyon, France)
In 2015, Sean took on multiple roles behind and in-front of the camera for George Kalpa’s music mockumentary docu-fiction drama ‘Sacrifice’ – an Official Selection – 2016 and 2017 On Vous Mont Mockumentary Film Festival (Lyon, France).
In addition to his role as ‘Shawn – digital consultant’, he wrote the screenplay and also served as Associate Producer. It was his 3rd collaboration with Kalpa.
In 2015, Sean took on multiple roles behind and in-front of the camera forGeorge Kalpa’s music mockumentary docu-fiction drama ‘Sacrifice’ – an Official Selection – 2016 and 2017 On Vous Mont Mockumentary Film Festival (Lyon, France).
The Contract: PROJECT: Waterman (TV Series)
Public transport first addressed 2016 via unique mockumentary web-series The Contract: PROJECT: Waterman (TV Series).
New branding is all that remains for this series before being made available mid-2021 for viewing by international audiences via content licensing & distribution sales: Vuulr.com, Filmwallet.com, BingeTV and others for global audiences.
Debut film from writer/indie director/producer Nicky Murphy. Operating outside studio systems, Nicky is a new, emerging auteur in world cinema with a strong, established career-minded vision.
innovative script reading series ‘A Fistful of Scripts‘, which he created and launched at Theatre Works, St Kilda in July 2010. In August 2010, he completed an intensive 3-week course in Creative Writing at UK’s prestigious Oxford University. A frequent contributor to ‘The Turl Times’ (Oxford, UK), his writing also includes personal essays and short stories.
A Fistful of Scripts v2.audio – podcast.
Established Wise Words Media Sept 2003, A Fistful of Scripts Jul 2010, Callumny Films Aug 2013, the innovative podcast project A Fistful of Scripts v2.audio Sept 2016, A Fistful of Flicks Sept 2017, A Fistful of Scripts MEETS the filmmakers, featuring… (in development) Sept 2017 and ‘this life’ series Oct 2020 (video content – #thiswalkinglife, #thispublictransportlife, #thispropertylife, #thisgeneologylife).
Produced and written works for the stage performed in Australia, Ireland and the United States to international audiences.
‘KIDS (or Games Before Hometime)’
Told through the eyes of seven children drawn from diverse local and ethnicmulticultural backgrounds, KIDS delves into pressing issues facing Australian society: seven children. one middle-class playground. contribute. enrich. integrate. or else.
During 2015 Chilean creative Marco Romero Rodriguez and Sean McIntyre were commissioned on spec to write, produce, direct and present ‘KIDS’, a script for MTC Connect on behalf of Multicultural Arts Victoria (where Marco is a Multicuiltural ambassador).
Selected for Melbourne Theatre Company’s prestigious 2015 NEON Festival, Sean’s new work ‘KIDS’ was inspired by ‘Juegos A La Hora De La Siesta’, by Polish-born Argentinian playwright Roma Mahieu, a critical, subversive and highly political commentary on the Argentinean dictatorship. It performed to a sold out audience.
In Sept 2015, Sean’s full length play KIDS (or Games Before Hometime) was presented at MTC’s 2015 NEON Festival in a sold out performance (MTC Connect in partnership with Multicultural Arts Victoria).
‘A Kind of Destiny’
featured as a finalist at Crash Test Drama (March, 2012) and has twice been awarded Best Actor (Judas).
His short play ‘The Pickup’ was selected as a top 30 finalist from over 1100 plays for Short and Sweet (Melbourne, 2005 and Sydney, 2006) – the world’s largest short play festival. In 2006, also selected for Dublin International Theatre Festival.
2012 Melbourne International Fringe Festival
3 star review ‘The Age’, Melbourne, Australia
During 2012, Sean worked as playwright and executive producer on a unique ‘micro theatre’ project for Melbourne and international audiences – Lounge Theatre. Sean achieved a 3 star review from ‘The Age’ during its 2012 Melbourne International Fringe Festival season at The Butterfly Club (Melbourne) – a thoroughly deserved reward for an unprecedented run of 19 shows at 3 different venues in 3 months.
2012 Melbourne International Fringe Festival – The Butterfly Club. 3 star review ‘The Age’, Melbourne, Australia.
Sean’s second collaboration with writer/director Daniel Armstrong (Strongman Pictures) – key lead role ‘Tarnation’ (2016) – achieved a world premiere at MonsterFest 2017 (Melb, Australia). His lead role ‘Mayor Jack Whiteman’ in Daniel Armstrong’s ‘SheBorg Massacre’ achieved an official screening 2017 SITGES Festival Internacional de Cinema Fantàstic de Catalunya, Spain.
Other international film festival screenings include Boston, Los Angeles, Spain, Estonia, Munich and Leeds.
For two consecutive years, Sean also featured prominently in key lead roles at Melbourne Underground Film Festival: ‘The Side Entrance’, winner – Best Short Film, best actor 2013 and ‘The Mane Man’, winner – Best Short Film, best actor 2014.
Melbourne International Film Festival, Melbourne Queer Film Festival (‘Monster Pies’, winner 2013 – best film), 48 Hour Film Project (winner 2012 – best cinematography, best sound design).
Appearing 50 films, as well as TV, TVC’s and theatre, Sean McIntyre’s professional acting credits demonstrate a diverse range of film roles.
Other notable appearances include sci-fi romantic drama ‘Time Apart’, the award winning ‘Monster Pies’, Working Dogs ‘Any Questions For Ben?’, Australian/Ethiopian crime drama ‘Found In A Dream’ and ‘The Three Ages of Sasha’.
Sean was also recently seen in Matthew Holmes’ epic Australian western ‘The Legend of Ben Hall’ as the informant ‘McCauley’ (executive producer Greg McLean [‘Wolf Creek’]).