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Danish filmmaker Julius Telmer has created a compelling and thrilling indie-drama filmed entirely in Merredin, WA that explores notions of masculinity and identity, particularly in small-town Australia. Featuring a cast of local talent that includes Daniel Tenni, Mikkel Skov and Robert Livings and stars Liam Graham, Ethan Tomas and Marthe Snorresdotter Rovik.
Due to Covid restrictions HALO Films, Perth's Greenfield will now have its Gala Event Q & A screening on Thurs, May 13th, with arrivals at 5.30 pm, an opening ceremony and welcome at 6.00 pm, followed by Kia Kaha, a short doco on proud Maori father Leon Ruri, who encourages men to choose life at 6.20 pm. The Q&A with producer Daniel Tenni and an impressive selection of local acting talent that includes Ethan Tomas, Claudia Cirillo, Liam Graham and Bella Broadway (she/her/hers), (CANWA) will be moderated by Annie Murtagh-Monks, casting director and acting coach following the 6.30 pm screening.
Online ticket holders that bought for Tuesday 27th April will be automatically refunded.
The film follows James (Ethan Tomas), who returns to the small town of Greenfield to rebuild his life and win back his former girlfriend, Kelly (Marthe Rovik). Tensions soon explode when Kelly's brother Michael (Liam Graham) reveals a volatile secret setting off a chain of repressed trauma, toxicity, and destructive behaviour that leaves an unsettling dark shadow that ultimately threatens to destroy the small-minded community.