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Shoreline Is Handling International Sales
On The Infinite Man Slated To Showcase
At SXSW Visions Section In March
The Infinite Man
 
Shoreline Entertainment is handling international Sales on the Australian feature film The Infinite Man from Hedone Productions headed by Kate Cosner and Sandy Cameron. The film marks the feature debut from director Hugh Sullivan, and stars Josh McConville (Underbelly, Wild Boys, Redfern Now), Hannah Marshall and Alex Dimitriades. The Infinite Man is a time travel comedy-romance about Dean (Josh McConville), a man whose attempts to construct the perfect romantic weekend backfire when he traps his lover Lana (Hannah Marshall) in an infinite loop.

Writer/director Hugh Sullivan's short films have screened in official selections at the Palm Springs International Shortfest, Flickerfest and the Melbourne International Film Festival. A winner of the Spirit of Youth Award - Moving Pictures in 2006, Hugh received a one-year mentorship with director Phillip Noyce.

The Infinite Man is produced by Kate Croser of Hedone Productions' (Danger 5, 100 Bloody Acres) and Sandy Cameron. Croser also produced My Tehran For Sale, which was filmed in Tehran and went on to screen in Official Selection at Toronto, Vancouver, Busan and Rotterdam International Film Festivals and won the IF Independent Spirit Award (2009). The executive producers are Cameron Rogers and Jonathan Page (Mary and Max, The Babadook).

The Infinite Man has been confirmed for the prestigious South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in the US in March. The Infinite Man is the only Australian film selected to screen in the 'Visions' section of the festival, which presents audacious, risk-taking artists in the new cinema landscape that demonstrate raw innovation and creativity in narrative filmmaking.

Kate Croser, producer, said: "We are thrilled to premiere The Infinite Man at the SXSW Film Festival, given its reputation as one of the best launching pads for indie films like ours. Recent SXSW premieres include Lena Dunham's Tiny Furniture, Harmony Korine's Spring Breakers and Duncan Jones' Source Code and we couldn't be happier to be in that company".

The Infinite Man was produced by Hedone Productions in association with Bonsai Films, with investment from the South Australia Film Corporation (SAFC) through their FilmLab funding initiative, and development assistance from Screen Australia.

About Hedone Productions
Hedone creatives Kate Croser and Sandy Cameron joined forces in May 2012 and work with exciting talent to develop and produce strongly-voiced, cutting-edge feature films, television series, and interactive projects in collaboration with local, national and global partners. The company is based at Adelaide Studios, Glenside. Hedone was the daughter of the Greek Gods Eros and Psyche, and lent her name to the Epicurean philosophical tradition of a "quest for pleasure that only has good consequences". Hedone strives to fill its projects with these qualities. Along with production work, Hedone also partners with other production companies to co-produce and provide production management, budgeting, script consultancy and writing services for feature films, documentaries, television series, television commercials (TVCs) and interactive media projects, as well as budget analysis and preparation, and industry consultation and education services.

About Filmlab
FilmLab is a $4.2million development initiative of the South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC), funded by the South Australian government. Designed to develop filmmakers who have a track record in short form to take the next step into long form film production, the initiative was also built to find unique new voices in Australian cinema.

 
 


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