Charlie’s, where Australian filmmakers can work in Hollywood
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A look inside Australians in Film’s studio cottage, “Charlie’s”

Charlie’s, where Australian filmmakers can work in Hollywood

Charlie’s, a work-sharing space named after comic actor Charlie Chaplin, is located at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood. 

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Charlie’s, where Australian filmmakers can work in Hollywood

Carly Einfeld, an operations manager at Charlie’s, looks up at photographs of Charlie Chaplin, taken in 1915, located in the reception area. 

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Charlie’s, where Australian filmmakers can work in Hollywood

Catriona McKenzie, a writer, director and producer from Sydney, Australia, works at her desk inside the work room at Charlie’s, a creative work-sharing space for Australians in Hollywood. 

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Charlie’s, where Australian filmmakers can work in Hollywood

The front door of Charlie’s was painted by artist Luke Chiswell, from Canberra, Australia.

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Charlie’s, where Australian filmmakers can work in Hollywood

A look at the work room in Charlie’s.

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Charlie’s, where Australian filmmakers can work in Hollywood

Catriona McKenzie relaxes in a small sitting area in Charlie’s.

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Charlie’s, where Australian filmmakers can work in Hollywood

Megan Doneman, left, a producer and writer from Brisbane, Australia, Raquelle David, a manager and producer from Tasmania, Australia, and Catriona McKenzie, a writer, director and producer, from Sydney, Australia, are photographed inside the work room at Charlie’s.

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Charlie’s, where Australian filmmakers can work in Hollywood

Raquelle David, a manager and producer from Tasmania, Australia, sits at her desk inside the work room at Charlie’s.

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Charlie’s, where Australian filmmakers can work in Hollywood

Peter Ritchie, left, executive director of Australians in Film, says goodbye to Megan Doneman, a producer and writer from Brisbane, Australia, at the entrance to Charlie’s. At right is a photograph of Charlie Chaplin, heavyweight boxer Jack Dempsey and actor Douglas Fairbanks Jr.

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Charlie’s, where Australian filmmakers can work in Hollywood

Catriona McKenzie, left, a writer, director and producer from Sydney, Australia, and Raquelle David, a manager and producer from Tasmania, Australia, type away on their computers inside the work room at Charlie’s.

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Charlie’s, where Australian filmmakers can work in Hollywood

A globe hangs inside the work room at Charlie’s.

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Charlie’s, where Australian filmmakers can work in Hollywood

Wooden tennis rackets and a framed photograph of comic actor Charlie Chaplin are located on shelves located inside the mermaid lounge at Charlie’s.

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