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On the verge of separating, the Nowhere Boys are drawn together for one last spell when Felix finds a magically sealed Book of Shadows. In performing the spell, the boys unwittingly release Tegan, a powerful teenage chaos force with a score to settle. Tegan’s appetite for revenge causes a string of catastrophic battles and as the link between their world and Negative Space grows more tenuous, the godlike child Bear, guardian of the multiverse, unleashes the full wrath of the Restoring Demon. The Nowhere Boys find themselves reluctantly drawn into an epic showdown where they discover that to save the lives of their loved ones and return stability to their world, they must make the ultimate sacrifice… themselves.

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Crew

Director
David Caesar
Writers
Tony Ayres  Rhys Graham  Craig Irvin
Producer
Beth Frey
Executive Producers
Tony Ayres  Michael McMahon
Dir. of Photography
Jaems Grant
Composer
Cornel Wilczek
Editor
Mark Atkin
Production Designer
Simon McCutcheon

Cast

Dougie Baldwin - Joel Lok - Rahart Adams - Matt Testro - Angourie Rice - Darci McDonald - Sean Rees-Wemyss - Michala Banas - Victoria Thaine - Ben Keller - Tamala Shelton - Michelle Gerster

Production Details

Production Completion Date
2015
Genre
Action adventure
Production Company
Matchbox Productions Pty Ltd  Nowhere Boys Pictures Pty Ltd

Screen Australia Supported

  • Development support
  • Production support
 

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