According to the official FB page, Lone Wolf has wrapped in Melbourne and is expected to be released in Australia and New Zealand in August 2020, after premiering at the Melbourne International Film Festival! Keep an eye also on the official page and instagram profile for updates.
The Australian thriller, written and directed by Jonathan Ogilive starring Hugo, and Tilda Cobham-Hervey, starts shooting on June 10. Based on Joseph Conrad’s 1907 novel “The Secret Agent”, the film is expected to be released in Australia in 2020 (Variety). Plot “Lone Wolf” is set in contemporary Melbourne and tells the story of Winnie, a […]
Variety Elsa Keslassy May 13, 2019 LevelK has acquired world sales rights to “Lone Wolf,” an Australian thriller starring Hugo Weaving (“The Matrix”) and Tilda Cobham-Hervey (“Hotel Mumbai”) in the run up to Cannes.Written and directed by Jonathan Ogilvie, “Lone Wolf” is set in contemporary Melbourne and tells the story of Winnie, a young woman who runs a […]
Variety Patrick Frater May 30, 2018 Hugo Weaving, who previously starred in technology trend-setting film “The Matrix,” will head the cast of full-length virtual reality feature “Lone Wolf.” He is joined by “Hotel Mumbai” actress Tilda Cobham-Hervey. The Australian film is to be directed by Jonathan Ogilvie (“The Tender Hook,” “Jet Set,” “Emulsion”) as a modern-day adaptation of […]
The ViewLondon Katherine McLaughlin October 31, 2013 Four out of Five stars Running time: 122 minsA striking and menacing slow-burn thriller set in the Australian outback which blends dry humour with startling social commentary. What’s it all about? When a young aboriginal girl is found dead in a drainage pipe by a trucker, rumours start flying around town as to […]
The New York TimesStephen HoldenOctober 20, 2011 Promised Paradise, Then Sent to Hell In the quietly wrenching “Oranges and Sunshine” Emily Watson portrays Margaret Humphreys, an intrepid social worker from Nottingham, England, who exposed shameful national crimes. As recently as 1967, but especially in the 1940s and ’50s, as many as 130,000 children were removed […]