The film follows American high school sweethearts, Wade and Lisa, who travel Down Under to experience nature at its finest. But their vacation gets off to a rocky start when Lisa rejects Wade’s marriage proposal on the flight over. As their relationship strains, they head inland to Uluru (Ayres Rock). On remote dirt roads, their GPS plays-up and they find themselves stranded and ill- prepared. With only each other to rely on, the two are driven to extremes in order to stay alive in the harsh and unforgiving Australian Outback.
Watch the trailer below.
New Zealand film 'Runaway Millionaires' starring SJM's George Zhao screened across the ditch this week.
'Runaway Millionaires' is the second of four tele-features in this year’s Sunday Theatre showcase, and follows the true story of Kara Hurring and Leo Gao (George Zhao), an ordinary New Zealand couple who went on the run after an extraordinary sum of money was mistakenly deposited into their account.
Capturing the attention of both local and international media, the 2009 manhunt for Kara and Leo remains one of New Zealand’s most infamous crime stories.
Watch the trailer HERE.
A huge congratulations to Diesel La Torraca for his casting in upcoming Netflix series 'Ginny & Georgia'.
The 10 episode drama will follow angsty and awkward fifteen-year-old Ginny Miller who often feels more mature than her thirty-year-old mother, the irresistible and dynamic Georgia Miller. After years on the run, Georgia desperately wants to put down roots in picturesque New England and give her family something they’ve never had… a normal life. For Ginny, that means navigating a prestigious school, rising popularity, and complicated love interests. But it’s not all carpool and Kombucha as Georgia’s past threatens her and her family’s new way of life.
Diesel will play Austin, Ginny’s sweet, innocent, perpetually unkempt younger son.
Read about it on Deadline HERE.
The first trailer for Netflix feature film 'Falling Inn Love' has debuted ahead of its release later this month.
After losing her job and her boyfriend, city girl Gabriela (Christina Milian) spontaneously enters a contest and wins a rustic New Zealand inn. Thousands of airline miles later, she discovers that The Bellbird Valley Farm boasts a crumbling facade, a goat house-mate, and a meddling neighbor who covets the space. Eager to renovate and sell the property fast, she partners with Jake Taylor (Adam Demos), the Kiwi contractor who's amused by her city-girl culture shock. Now she has to make a decision to continue the life that she is building, or return to the life that she's left behind.
The film is out 29 August. Watch the trailer below.
SJM's Magnolia Maymuru and Danzal Baker (aka Baker Boy) star in Jennifer Kent's new feature film 'The Nightingale'. The film has already picked up the Special Jury Prize at Venice 2018.
Australia's dark colonial past is examined in the story of Clare, an Irish-born convict who's served her sentence. But nothing can stop Clare's abuse at the hands of Hawkins, an ambitious and amoral British lieutenant. So begins an unforgettable tale of violence and retribution in which Clare forms an uneasy alliance with a young Indigenous guide named Billy. 'The Nightingale' is frequently brutal and shocking – and necessarily so. Transcending traditional boundaries of the revenge thriller, Kent's savagely beautiful film confronts us with uncomfortable truths about the formation of the Commonwealth we call home.
The first trailer for feature film 'Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan' has been released ahead of Anzac Day in Australia. The film tells the story of he watershed conflict during the Vietnam War which saw 108 Australian and New Zealand soldiers ultimately defeat more than 2,500 heavily armed Viet Cong troops.
Starring SJM's Daniel Webber, Ben Esler, Travis Jeffery, and Stephen Peacocke, director Kriv Stenders says: “It is truly an epic movie, made with the kind of ambition, scale and scope that is rarely possible in this country. I am honoured to have had the opportunity to tell this significant and remarkable Australian story and to be finally sharing it with audiences.”
Watch the trailer below.
We're proud to announce that Shingo Usami will star in season 2 of 'The Terror' alongside George Takei.
Shingo will play Henry Nakayama in the series, which takes place during World War II and is set, in part, in a Japanese-American internment camp.
Production is scheduled to begin in January in Vancouver. Season 2 will air on AMC in 2019 with ten episodes.
Read about it here on VARIETY.
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