Media Release: Monday August 29, 2016
THE COLOURING-IN BOOK, INSPIRED BY THE HIT TV SERIES
On sale from today Monday August 29
available from leading newsagents and supermarkets
To celebrate the launch of A PLACE TO CALL HOME season 4 coming to showcase on Sunday September 11at 8.30pm, Foxtel, Seven Productions and News Life Media are proud to present a colouring-in book inspired by the hit TV series.
Step into the much-loved television drama with this gorgeous colouring-in book which invites you to put your own creative spin on more than 30 delightful and intricate scenes inspired by the series.
“It’s a delightful way to pass the time while waiting for the new season of A PLACE TO CALL HOME to come to showcase on Foxtel,” said series star Marta Dusseldorp.
“In A PLACE TO CALL HOME we have created a world where life goes by more slowly. The textures and patterns of everyday life in 1954 rural Australia are a large part of what makes A Place to Call Home so special and they are beautifully illustrated in this book and just waiting for a splash of colour to bring them to life,” said Fiona Donovan Production Designer APTCH 3 & 4.
“It’s not every day that you get asked to create a colouring-in book inspired by a television series — it was a great project that illustrator Daniella Germain and I both loved working on. Spending time on the set to research the images was very inspiring and I think fans will appreciate the detail in Daniella’s drawings — even the books on the shelves are exactly as they are on the show,” says Victoria Carey, editor-in-chief of Country Style.
Season four’s cast includes Marta Dusseldorp (Sarah Nordmann), Noni Hazlehurst (Elizabeth Bligh), Brett Climo (George Bligh), David Berry (James Bligh), Abby Earl (Anna Poletti), Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood (Olivia Bligh), Craig Hall (Dr Jack Duncan) Frankie J. Holden (Roy Briggs), Aldo Mignone (Gino Poletti), Sara Wiseman (Carolyn Bligh), Jenni Baird (Regina Bligh) and Deborah Kennedy (Doris Collins). Guest cast are Tim Draxl (Dr Henry Fox), Mark Lee (Sir Richard Bennett), Brenna Harding (Rose O’Connell) and Robert Coleby (Sir Douglas Goddard).