Romance on the Menu

When New York restauranteur, Caroline Wilson inherits a café in Lemon Myrtle Cove Australia, she begins to fall in love with the place and its people. 

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2020  |  Romantic Comedy  |  starring Cindy Busby | directed by Rosie Lourde

Back of the Net

After hopping on a bus to Harold Soccer Academy instead of Harold Academy Australian Semester at Sea, science fanatic, Cory Bailey has no choice but to complete a semester at the soccer academy when the boat leaves without her and she's unable to join her parents while they volunteer in remote India. Though unimpressed with being surrounded by "silly" jocks, it's not long until Cory embraces her roommates' hospitality. It's also not long until the school's superstar player, Edie begins to make life difficult for Cory. With the school hosting the National Soccer Tournament, Cory is determined to combine her team's various skills to beat Edie’s team in the finals.

2019  |  Tween  | starring  Sofia Wylie | directed by Louise Alston

Swimming For Gold 

2020  |  Young Adult  | starring  Peyton List | directed by Hayley McFarlane

17 year old Claire Carpenter was an elite swimmer and social media darling until her media mishap goes viral. Tired of seeing his daughter with no ambition or purpose, Claire’s father sends her to Australia to coach an elite boys swim team, much to Claire’s irritation. Upon arriving at the swim camp, Claire is further horrified to find she will be sharing a room with her long-time rival and sworn enemy Mikayla Michaels.

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Rip Tide

2017  |  Young Adult  |  starring Debby Ryan | directed by Rhiannon Bannenberg

Teenage model Cora (played by Disney star Debby Ryan) is the daughter of the head of a major modelling agency and has always worked hard to live up to the expectations of her mother (Danielle Carter). When a damaging video of Cora goes viral she departs for Australia to spend time with her aunt Margot (Genevieve Hegney). Margot is also facing her own difficulties and their time together becomes a learning experience for them both.

Ambrosia

2015  |  Young Adult  |  starring Rebecca Montalti | directed by Rhiannon Bannenberg

India travels back to her childhood home to spend time with her brother, boyfriend and a childhood friend. It’s a place of comfort and memories, that she hopes will calm her busy and anxious mind. But it is through the tangled branches that bind the four friends, that a new face appears: she calls herself Harry. In the guise of friendship, Harry pulls at invisible strings, unravelling bonds that she will never understand.

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