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‘You’ll Never Find Me’ to premiere at Tribeca Film Festival

21 April 2023

‘You’ll Never Find Me’. (Photo: Maxx Corkindale)

Umbrella Entertainment is thrilled to announce our upcoming release You’ll Never Find Me will have its world premiere at this years prestigious Tribeca Film Festival.

South Australian indie thriller You’ll Never Find Me, directed by Josiah Allen and Indianna Bell, will make its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival.

The film, written by Bell, is set during a rampaging storm, when a shaken young woman (Jordan Cowan) arrives at a stranger’s (Brendan Rock) door in an caravan park seeking shelter. They both question motives and desires as things escalate to a deadly, bizarre showdown.

Allen, Bell, Cowan and Christine Williams produce, with Umbrella handling distribution rights in ANZ. Ari Harrison is an executive producer.

Heads of department include cinematographer Maxx Corkindale and costume designer Victoria Perry (both recently on IF’s Rising Talent list for 2023), as well as composer Darren Lim, while Allen also edits.

You’ll Never Find Me is the only Australian project to be selected for Tribeca Film Festival so far, with the feature narrative, documentary and animated films line-up unveiled today.

The 2023 features program includes 109 feature films from 127 filmmakers across 36 countries. Forty-one per cent of all features are directed by women, and 36 per cent by BIPOC filmmakers.

Tribeca Film Festival takes place in New York June 7-18.

This article was originally published in on Inside Film, read more here