Body image advocate Taryn Brumfitt returns with an exploration of kids and their relationship to their bodies in the midst of today's media minefield, also featuring Jameela Jamil and Celeste Barber, who also exec produces.
After premiering at the Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival, where we learnt from director Andrew Traucki (Black Water, The Reef) how hard it was to shoot and that the story's subtext is spousal abuse, this pseudo sequel shot in QLD, starring Teressa Liane (The Vampire Diaries), Ann Truong (Cowboy BeBop), Saskia Archer (upcoming Bali 2002), Kate Lister (Clickbait) and Tim Ross (Romance on the Menu), is heading to genre streaming platform Shudder, coinciding with Shark Week.
World premiering at the Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival in Winton, where it was partially filmed, Kriv Stenders' documentary concert film will surely satisfy Kernaghan's devoted following - also, refreshing to see films made for audiences outside the big smoke.
With Baz doing Elvis, it seems that Australian filmmakers are the go-to when it comes to cinema treatments of American icons. Here, Andrew Dominik (Chopper, Killing Them Softly, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford) adapts Joyce Carol Oates' novel, with Ana de Armas as 'Norma Jeane', Adrian Brody as 'The Playwright', Bobby Cannavale as 'Ex-Athlete', with Garrett Dillahunt, Xavier Samuel, Julianne Nicholson, Scott McNairy and Sara Paxton also in the cast.