Founded in 2009 by talent agents Victoria and Richard Carwin, Scenario Artists represents talent worldwide across all mediums. Its mission is to prioritise actors, working closely with them to guide and build their careers.

With a decade of experience working on film and television, Victoria and Richard added a new talent management division to their production house, Scenario & Co. Since its inception, the agency has focused on developing and producing original content, and has collaborated with other productions and professionals to showcase talent. Scenario continues to grow its reputation as a sought-after boutique management and production company in Australia.

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Sophie Parr

Sophie Parr is an Australian actress who has starred in a number of award-winning short films, independent films, and web series. Her roles include Drew Ryan in Sunrise Sunset, Claire in Detached, receiving an award of special mention for acting; and as Sarah in the sci-fi thriller Atlas, which screened at St Kilda Fest and Flickerfest in 2020. Also a qualified lawyer, Sophie’s background in humanitarian work has led her to producing at the largest Human Rights Film Festival in Australia (HRAFF).
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Nathan Straker

Nathan Straker is an Australian-based actor with credits including the lead in Atlas, a dystopian sci-fi thriller, which premiered at Flickerfest 2020 and was later selected for St Kilda Film Festival 2020. He played the lead, Tru, in the feature film Wake, which premiered at Marche du Film at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival; as Tobias (Noah Wiseman) in Leila Murton Poole’s award-winning short film, Le Miroir (2019); and recently, wrote and starred in Staring At Walls, a short film about loneliness, friendship and belonging. Nathan is also a musician, having played alongside The Swan Sisters in a nationwide tour of New Zealand.
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Veronika Kalandarishvilibio

Veronika Kalandarishvilibio is an award-winning theatre and film actress from the country of Georgia. During her second year of a four-year conservatory training, she was cast in Shua Kalakshi, the most successful TV show in Georgia at the time. After graduating, she joined Akhmeteli State Drama Theatre, portraying several notable characters like Nina (The Seagull), Martirio (House of Bernarda Alba) and Aiche (Lullaby for War), and winning the award for "Implementing Extraordinary Female Character" in the International Andriyivsky Theatre Festival. Her latest work includes Tears of Joy (Dumooa Farah) and Rocketry - The Nambi Effect.