"I've been really lucky," Phoebe tells WHO exclusively about her on-set experiences. "I've always just had a really good crew and I just feel so lucky that I get to work with them.
"I will say a literal difference in America is you get craft services, which is like junk food all day, every day. You don't get that here; you get some cordial and maybe a banana, and that is meant to tide you over until lunch."
Phoebe has just finished filming the Stan original film Transfusion alongside Avatar's Sam Worthington (whom we also spoke with - you can read that right here).
The project began with a few hurdles thanks to the COVID pandemic, meaning Phoebe and the rest of the cast and crew were filming during lockdown.
"I'm now quite used to filming with COVID protocols; it’s just sort of second nature now that everyone's extra careful and wears masks and all those things," Phoebe says.
"But I will say, I’d only done one other job before then, so it kind of felt quite surreal to be in Australia after nearly two years and to be on a film set. The city was pretty quiet."
In Transfusion, Phoebe plays the deceased wife of a veteran (Sam Worthington) grappling with PTSD after retiring from the SAS.
"It's a nice portrait of emotions, and men being vulnerable and letting their emotions come out," the actress explains.
"It's a beautiful portrait of a father and a son. They're bonded by trauma."