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Ellie and her friends never thought their quiet country life would ever change much. Heading into their last year of high school, they decide to camp for the weekend in a remote bush clearing. When they return, their parents have disappeared, their phones are dead, and all power is out. Soon, the horrible realisation becomes all too clear – while they were away, thousands of foreign soldiers invaded their country. The war has begun. Now ellie and her seven friends must band together to stay alive... and fight back.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

Director
Stuart Beattie
Writers
Stuart Beattie
Writer of original material
John Marsden
Producer
Andrew Mason  Michael Boughen
Executive Producers
Christopher Mapp  Matthew Street  David Whealy
Dir. of Photography
Ben Nott
Cast
Caitlin Stasey - Deniz Akdeniz - Lincoln Lewis - Phoebe Tonkin - Rachel Hurd-Wood - Andy Ryan - Ashleigh Cummings - Chris Pang
Production Completion Date
2010
Genre
Action adventure
Production Company
Ambience Entertainment Pty Limited
International Sales
Paramount Pictures  Omnilab Media Group

Screen Australia Supported

  • Production support

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • IF Productions Pty Ltd
    (2010)
  • Australian Film Institute
    (2010)

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