Anthony LaPaglia to film “A Month of Sundays” at Exelsuper’s Offices in January 2015!

We are SUPER excited to welcome the South Australian Film Corporation filming of "A Month of Sundays", at our offices featuring; Hollywood star Anthony LaPaglia, ABC star Justine Clarke, Gary Sweet and comedian and satirist John Clarke.

We are SUPER excited to welcome the South Australian Film Corporation filming of “A Month of Sundays”, at our offices featuring; Hollywood star Anthony LaPaglia, ABC star Justine Clarke, Gary Sweet and comedian and satirist John Clarke.

Our offices will be transformed to a “Real Estate” office for filming, which takes place on Monday and Tuesday 19th & 20th January, so our offices will be closed on Monday 19th and Tuesday 20th January re-opening Wednesday 21st.

 

Anthony La Paglia is in Adelaide to film a new movie. Picture: Naomi Jellicoe

ADELAIDE actor turned Hollywood star Anthony LaPaglia is this week filming at a secret suburban location, shooting his first film at home in decades.

LaPaglia, who has made his name as an American tough guy, will revive his Australian accent to play real estate agent, Frank Mollard, in the film A Month of Sundays.

The son of an Adelaide car mechanic, LaPaglia left Adelaide more than 20 years ago and has featured in more than 40 films including the Australian drama Lantana.

He is best known as Jack Malone in the TV drama about missing persons, Without a Trace which ran from 2002 until 2009.

A Month of Sundays, directed by Matthew Saville who last year directed Felony, is a family drama with LaPaglia playing a man with personal regrets about his relationships with his mother, teenage son and ex-wife.

It also stars Justine Clarke who was in Adelaide more than a decade ago filming Look Both Ways which opened the 2005 Adelaide Film Festival.

Comedian and satirist John Clarke also has a part and another Adelaide star Gary Sweet will be playing himself as an actor shooting a television show with one of the characters.

LaPaglia, who is married to Australian actress Gia Carides, has maintained a connection with home, last year taking on the role of roving ambassador for the new Adelaide Studios.

He agreed to a request from departing SA Film Corporation chief executive Richard Harris to help market the state-of-the-art studio in the US.

The four-week shoot will include two weeks at Adelaide Studios and the rest at locations around the city.

The film is intended to open the 2015 Adelaide Film Festival in October.

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