Thursday 7 February 2019

Advance notice of a new Oz thriller CLAIR DE LUNE, shot in the Adelaide Hills on the interesting 9:16 ratio by young film-maker Mike Retter

Clair de Lune is a supernatural horror film about a young winemaker taking over from her father, during a time of industrial sabotage and harsh winter. 

A low-budget feature, shot vertically on real winery locations. Channeling real esoteric spiritualism of the Adelaide hills. 

Hebe Sayce, Clair de Lune (n..b. 9:16 ratio)
Clair de Lune stars Hebe Sayce, Aaron Broomhall, Robbie Greenwell, Tim Hawkins, Carmela Greco, and Peter Goers.

Rob Lawry speaks to director Mike Retter about shooting the film on Radio Adelaide's Onscreen Offscreen program.  

Listen to the Podcast if you click here

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