Sex, art and murder – new Australian thriller, Indigo Lake, hits the big screen in April.
Indigo Lake, a neo-noir story of an artist, his muse, and her brutal husband, is set to thrill Australian audiences on its release in late April. In a gripping story of murderous adultery, the film explores the deeper theme of what an artist must sacrifice to make ‘real’ art. Aimed squarely at an adult audience, Indigo Lake is an elegant and reflective exploration of passion and loss.
Indigo Lake is a feature film produced by Brian Cobb, written & directed by Martin Simpson, starring Andrew Cutcliffe, Miranda O’Hare, Marin Mimica and Pamela Shaw.
“The film showcases new Australian talent in both acting and production,” said Cobb. “We are really excited to be able to show this work on the big screen where the audience can experience the visuals and sound at their best.”
The world premiere screening is at the Dendy Canberra on April 23, followed by a red carpet gala at Dendy Opera Quays in Sydney on April 26.
Both screenings are at 6.30pm and are followed by a Q&A session with stars Andrew Cutcliffe and Miranda O’Hare, director Martin Simpson and Producer Brian Cobb.