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We’ve seen it. It’s incredible. Stay tuned for our review over the coming weeks.
Umbrella Entertainment has announced the theatrical release date of Streamline – starring Levi Miller, Jason Isaacs and Laura Gordon – which will screen in cinemas nationally on September 2, 2021.
The feature film debut of writer/director Tyson Wade Johnston, Streamline will have its world premiere at Melbourne International Film Festival in August, followed by regional screenings as part of the MIFF Travelling Showcase, and CinefestOZ Film Festival.
Streamline is a coming-of-age sports drama about a fifteen-year-old swimming prodigy fighting to stay afloat as he faces pressure in the world of competitive sports, amidst overwhelming family problems.
Featuring a cameo performance by Australian swimming champion and Olympic gold medallist, Ian Thorpe (who is also Executive Producer on the film), the stellar cast also includes Jake Ryan, Tasia Zalar, Sam Parsonson, Hunter Page-Lochard and Joey Viera.
Streamline is a Bronte Pictures production, made with assistance from Screen Queensland, Screen Australia and Pantalon Pictures. It is produced by Blake Northfield, Nathan Walker and Jay Douglas.
Find out about the MIFF screening here. CinefestOZ screening details coming soon.