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BUCKLEY'S CHANCE (2021)
Starring Bill Nighy, Victoria Hill, Milan Burch, Kelton Pell, Martin Sacks, Toree Hill, Julia Billington and Ben Wood. Directed by Tim Brown.

A year after the loss of his father, Ridley and his mother, Gloria, move to Western Australian to live with Ridley's estranged grandfather Spencer. Once there, Spencer tries to connect with Ridley but all efforts usually lead to conflict. Ridley ends up lost deep in the outback on a quest to try to get home. Meanwhile, Spencer and Gloria search the outback for Ridley. Spencer tries to reassure Gloria that her son will be OK, all the while trying to come to terms with the loss of his only child. While suffering the elements of the Australian outback (especially for a kid from New York), Ridley manages to save a dingo, Buckley, from a leg trap. The two develop a bond and both boy and dog try to survive the elements to get Ridley back home.
DON'T TELL (2017)
Starring Sara West, Aden Young, Jack Thompson, Rachel Griffiths, Jacqueline McKenzie, Susie Porter, Gyton Grantley, Martin Sacks and Robert Taylor. Directed by Tori Garrett.

Desperate to be believed and tormented by memories of sexual abuse as a 12-year-old boarder at a prestigious school, Lyndal's last hope is the justice system. Estranged from her family with only a small window of opportunity to seek counsel, she returns to the country town that has plagued her mind for the first time in 11 years. Lyndal entrusts local lawyer Stephen Roche who recognises she is at crisis point and sets out to build the case that will, finally, bring so many to account. With the help of his aspiring young associate Jodie and the enigmatic barrister Bob Myers, Roche and Lyndal find their way together.
RISE (2014)
Starring Nathan Wilson, Martin Sacks and Marty Rhone. Directed by Mack Lindon.

The story of a young nurse, Will McIntyre (Wilson), who loses his freedom after a one night stand leads to a charge of rape. Despite his innocence, he is found guilty at trial, and sentenced to six years imprisonment in a maximum security jail.
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