Wellington-raised Camille Keenan made her name in Australian television, before returning to New Zealand to make 2014 movie Sunday. She co-wrote the script, co-produced, and co-starred with her real life partner, Australian Dustin Clare. Keenan studied film and theatre at Otago and Victoria Universities, then headed to Australia in 2009, fresh from acting in Kiwi indie film Blackspot. She quickly won a Best New Talent award for brothel drama Satisfaction. Her other Aussie roles include hit show Packed to the Rafters, award-winning police series Rush, and Underbelly: Squizzy (as partner in crime to gangster Squizzy Taylor).
I didn't see how we could write and shoot it before I had the baby. Camille Keenan on making movie Sunday while three months pregnant, The Dominion Post, 12 December 2014, page 16