Trench is available to to stream on Tubi
and to rent or buy on iTunes AU/NZ!
Tubi is a free AVOD (Ad-supported Video On Demand) streaming service that offers a mix of on-demand content like TV series and movies and live streaming channels.
Follow the link in the Tubi logo or below to stream Trench via Tubi, which can be viewed online, or on apps on your Apple TV, ChromeCast or Smart TV!
Our debut feature film, Trench, is NOW AVAILABLE to rent or own in Australia and New Zealand on iTunes Movies!!!
You can rent our girl-powered detective comedy film noir right now, for the bargain price of $2.99 to rent... or buy it for your digital collection for just $9.99! Click the flags below to take you to our little movie in each country!
Get Trench's cool jazz-funk-noir original soundtrack album!
Melbourne's own Adam Rudegeair is a piano player/songwriter, whose major projects include The Adam Rudegeair Trio, Lake Minnetonka and the Bayou Tapestry. He is also the pianist in Glasfrosch, the musical director of Henry Manetta and the Trip, and he has also composed and performed songs, incidental music and scores for Cinema Viscera's short films Cigarette, Why Must the Show Go On? and Interchange. Adam makes his feature film composing debut with Trench.
The Original Soundtrack Recording of Trench is now available for streaming + download! You can get it via the Bandcamp app as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more!
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Trench makes a sold-out world premiere at the Setting Sun Film Festival!
Back in April, we were incredibly proud to see Trench selected as the first ever feature film to screen at the Setting Sun Short Film Festival, to celebrate the best fest in the west's 5th birthday!
Trench made its World Premiere on Sunday April 27th, 2018 to a packed sell-out crowd at the gloriously art-deco designed Sun Theatre in Yarraville. The film received a rousing response, and was followed by a Q&A with stars Samantha Hill and Perri Cummings and director Paul Anthony Nelson, hosted by Stig Wemyss.
How did we get the confidence to get Trench up and running so quickly?
We are indebted to the Lean Filmmaking Accelerator Program, run by the lovely sibling duo of Kylie and David Eddy, which guided us through an accelerated pre-production period.
As part of this process, we wrote the first draft of the film in three weeks, and shot a "rough draft" version of the full feature (currently 83 minutes!) in two days -- as a valuable tool to see how the script walks and talks, and to gain some targeted prospective audience feedback for the next draft of the film. Then, we made some edits on the script, did some reshoots, and tested it again!
If you want to know more about the Lean Filmmaking concept and how it works, click on the link right here: