'Event Zero' coming to a cinema near you

The pulse-pounding action thriller ‘Event Zero’ starring Ash Ricardo and Zoe Carides is coming to a cinema near you, screening in selected outlets across New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia (refer to page 2 for cinema details) from 31 August 2017.

Directed by award-winning Filmmaker Enzo Tedeschi and also starring Nicholas Hope, Andy Rodoreda, Harry Pavlidis, Raelee Hill and Paul Ayre, ‘Event Zero’ was written by Greta Harrison and Matthew C. Vaughan and produced by Cathy Rechichi. It was filmed across Sydney in Erskineville, Homebush, Olympic Park Station, Pymble and Rozelle.

When a terrorist attack hits the Sydney subway releasing a highly contagious virus into the population, Detective Leyla Nassar (Offspring's Ash Ricardo) must race across the city and find the culprits while the Deputy Premier Pamela Laird (Zoe Carides) battles power hungry politicians eager to use the catastrophe for nefarious means.

This pulse-pounding action thriller plays like a season of TV's 24 set in Sydney and crammed into a breathlessly paced 94 minutes.

With a star-studded Aussie cast, ‘Event Zero’ is a politically charged thrill ride sure to result in some controversial post-screening conversation.

Event Zero trailer: https://youtu.be/Wo_Dk2CCdN0

Screenings

In NSW, Event Zero will screen at the following from 31 August 2017:

United Warriewood, United Narellan, United, Katoomba, United Collaroy*, United Avalon*, Majestic Katoomba, Majestic Inverell, Majestic Sawtell, Majestic Nambour, Majestic Port Macquarie, Majestic Nambucca Heads and Majestic Singleton.

In QLD, VIC and WA Event Zero will screen at the following from 31 August 2017:
United Indooroopilly, United Craigieburn and United Rockingham

In SA, Event Zero will screen at the following from 31 August 2017:
Mercury Adelaide

Session times are TBC

  • Scheduled to screen from 7 September 2017

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