Richard Gray, the director of Summer Coda, will helm the psychological horror-thriller, Mine Games. An American production, the story follows a group of friends that make a disturbing discovery in an abandoned mine. When time begins to go backwards and loop over itself, the group realises that one of them will lead to the death of the others.
In my opinion, it is great to see Australian talent getting recognised for their strong handle of the medium and being able to reach a broader audience.
The film is to be produced by Zero Gravity, who were responsible the cult movie Malice in Wonderland, and Yellow Brick productions. Preproduction begins in June with shooting said to start late this year in the state of Washington.