GOOD FEEL­ING ABOUT

Weekend Courier - - Street Watch -

TENILLE Kennedy, from Rockingham, is ex­cited about the re­lease of the first fea­ture film she has pro­duced, Bad Girl.

“I’ve been in the in­dus­try for about 10 years and started my com­pany a few years ago,” she said.

The fea­ture film was pro­duced in just 21 days.

Tenille said it was a chal­lenge work­ing to a tight sched­ule and a lim­ited bud­get.

How­ever, she said that was also the ex­cit­ing part work­ing on in­die films.

“I’m proud to have made it in WA with a crew I grew up with,” she said.

“We are build­ing up the in­dus­try in WA.

“It has been a roller­coaster ride.”

Bad Girl will be re­leased in cin­e­mas on April 27. Amy (Sara West) re­turns home fol­low­ing a stint in a ju­ve­nile cor­rec­tions cen­tre to a house she doesn’t know and to adopted parents she doesn’t care for in a coun­try town where there’s noth­ing to do. She has done some­thing ter­ri­ble and she is ca­pa­ble of much worse. De­spite the love and sup­port her parents pro­vide, Amy plans on es­cap­ing. To make mat­ters worse lo­cal girl Chloe (Sa­mara Weav­ing) is ev­ery­thing she is not; in looks, man­ners and be­hav­iour. Their at­trac­tion to each other is im­me­di­ate and it will have dire con­se­quences for all.

Above: Sara West in Bad Girl. Inset: Pro­duc­ing part­ners Steve Kear­ney, Tenille Kennedy and Bruno Charlesworth.

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