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Stretching from the spectacular red desert of Australia’s outback to the cool corridors of power in Canberra, THE CODE tells the story of two very different brothers who unearth information those at the highest levels of political power will kill to keep secret.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

Director
Shawn Seet
Writers
Blake Ayshford  Shelley Birse  Justin Monjo
Producer
Shelley Birse  David Maher  David Taylor
Executive Producers
David Ogilvy  Carole Sklan  Greer Simpkin
Dir. of Photography:
Bruce Young
Cast
Dan Spielman - Ashley Zuckerman - Adam Garcia - David Wenham - Lucy Lawless - Aden Young - Chelsie Preston Crayford - Adele Perovic - Dan Wyllie - Aaron Pedersen - Paul Tassone
Genre
Drama, Thriller
Production Company
Playmaker Media Pty Ltd
International Sales
DCD Rights

Screen Australia Supported

  • Production support

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • Australian Academy Cinema Television Arts
    (2015)
  • Australian Directors Guild
    (2015)
  • AWGIE Awards
    (2014)

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