Kiama blind man lands dream role, paving the way for inclusive filmmaking

Desiree Savage
Updated January 18 2024 - 6:42pm, first published January 17 2024 - 7:00pm
Kiama actor Benjamin Phillips feels 'honored and privileged' to have worked on a new inclusive film which will debut in Sydney this February. Picture by Robert Peet.
Kiama actor Benjamin Phillips feels 'honored and privileged' to have worked on a new inclusive film which will debut in Sydney this February. Picture by Robert Peet.

A blind actor from Kiama is proud to be "part of history" after working on Australia's first pictureless feature-length film made for the vision impaired, which will debut in Sydney on February 13.

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Desiree Savage

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