Comedy duo launch mini-series

Shots from the first episode of Roadmap... Next Turn Adulthood.
Shots from the first episode of Roadmap... Next Turn Adulthood.

The first season is done. The next turn for locals actresses Brienna Collins and Milica Pajic is to secure funding for a second season.

Last month Brienna, 25 from Abbotsbury and Milica, 26 from Mount Pritchard released the first episode of their five-part comedy mini-series Roadmap... Next Turn Adulthood on YouTube.

A new episode is being released every Sunday with the final to be released on October 27.

"After three years we are very excited for people to see it," Brienna said.

"It felt so good to watch it and even better hearing people's reactions from watching it. The more they love it, that's the point of it."

The self-funded project follows characters Mili and Brie (played by Brienna and Milica) as they chase their dream of being professional outback tour guides and raising $30,000 to buy a van.

The pair are searching for their "edge" while wading through a parade of millennial dramas including "crappy jobs, mean bosses, love and family issues."

The search to find their "koala-fications" manifests itself in a number of comical situations including trying to set up a tent and applying for a business loan where they plan to repay the money "in a year or two."

The girls spent 10-days filming last year in several locations in Abbotsbury and Mount Pritchard, including Calmsley Hill City Farm and Club Marconi.

The final product was the result of many re-writes and concept changes after starting the project in 2016.

Lights, camera, action: Milica Pajic and Brienna Collins. Picture: Chris Lane

Lights, camera, action: Milica Pajic and Brienna Collins. Picture: Chris Lane

"All the crew and cast worked for free so we are very grateful for that," Brienna said.

"The series is made on a low budget, but it doesn't look like low budget. We would love to secure funding for second season so we can expand the production and pay the crew."

The series was directed by Joanna Beveridge and edited by Angus Roche.