This recently rediscovered 1950s educational film reminds us how to be more average and just how much fun it can be!

"How to Be More Average" is an award winning satirical comedy that has screened to much laughter throughout Australia and the US. In early 2010 it was shortlisted for Tropfest, the world's largest short film festival and later went on to screen at festivals including St. Kilda FF and NFFTY Seattle. Won Best Short Short at Young Cuts Film Festival in Montreal

Written and Directed by: Charlotte Rose Hamlyn
Produced by: David Robert Thring, Sherri Jo Wilkins, Charlotte Rose Hamlyn

Photographed in glorious technicolour by: David Robert Thring
Edited by: Brad Bonar

Host: Aaron Schuppan
Vera: Tess Rose Fowler
Hostess (with the mostest): Stephanie Mountzouris
Brother: Oliver De Rohan
Family Members, Father: Nick Buckland
Mother: Carina Gun
Brother: Graham Self
Boy: Reuben Baker
V/O: Brad Bonar

Post Sound by: Anthony Healey
Gaffer and Grip: Matt West
Grip Assistant: Jonathan Baker

Makeup by: Emma Beckingham, Millie Herd, Dani Eastick, Sam Scali and Tallora DiGirolami

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