Written by Jordan Waller, who also stars in the UK-Australian film alongside Kathryn Wilder, Two Heads Creek follows a timid butcher and his drama-queen twin sister as they venture off to Australia in search of their birth mother. While there, they are among seemingly tolerant townsfolk but little do they know, they are hiding a dark, meaty secret.
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“Making Two Heads Creek was a horror fan’s dream,
Producers Brett Thornquest, Steven Matusko and Mat Graham have launched Entertainment Advocate, an Australian distribution company with the aim of handling a limited number of Oz, Us and UK titles each year.
The banner’s debut release, Two Heads Creek, a macabre, irreverent horror comedy directed by Jesse O’Brien, opened last weekend after premiering at Monster Fest.
While the weekend gross was a modest $14,000 including festival screenings, Matusko, who is partnered with Thornquest in Eclectik Vision, tells If: “We understand the business and will approach distribution with a producer’s mindset rather than a distributor’s.
“We are not looking to outbid larger distribution companies but we want to work with other Australian producers and also to release select films from the UK and Us.”
Graham was one of the producers on Eclectik Vision’s Infini and The Osiris Child, both directed by Shane Abbess.
Kelly Preston, Jenny Seagrove and Sally Phillips will lead the cast of Off The Rails, a UK comedy-drama from production outfit Bill Kenwright Films. Metro Films has boarded international sales and is talking to buyers at this week’s European Film Market in Berlin.
Elizabeth Dormer-Phillips has also been cast in the film, making her feature debut after breaking out in Sky Atlantic series Fortitude. She is joined by UK comedy actor Ben Miller and Italian actor Franco Nero.
Set to begin principal photography on February 17 in Mallorca, Barcelona and London,
Aged seven, Jordan Waller’s biggest obsession was a scrapbook in which he catalogued different types of lesbians. He shows me the book: there are “fat hippy dyke”, “sporty dyke”, “diesel dyke”, “career dyke”, and many more – each sketched in appropriate garb, with their characteristics neatly listed. “Mum absolutely loved it. It was my party piece. We called it the endyke-lopedia, and she’d get me to show it around all her friends.”
Waller, who plays Lord Alfred Paget in the TV series Victoria, struggling with his feelings for another man, grew up with not just one mum but three. “First, there’s my biological mother, Miranda, who got pregnant with me via a sperm donor in 1991,” he says. “Then there’s Dawn, her partner at the time,
Directed by Joe Wright.
Starring Gary Oldman, Lily James, Kristin Scott Thomas, Stephen Dillane, Samuel West, Jordan Waller, Ronald Pickup, and Ben Mendelsohn.
During the early days of World War II, the fate of Western Europe hangs on the newly-appointed British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, who must decide whether to negotiate with Hitler, or fight on against incredible odds.
Before even beginning to praise the authentic and physically transformative Academy Award-worthy performance from legendary actor Gary Oldman portraying arguably the greatest politician in history, Prime Minister of Great Britain Winston Churchill, it should be made clear that the excellence doesn’t start and stop with the chameleon-like appearance or the numerous rousing speeches of defiance. Director Joe Wright (no stranger to period pieces and biopics having helmed features such as Atonement and Anna Karenina) understands that even the most lifelike depiction possible of the curmudgeonly yet bracingly
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