A KIND OF DESTINY

By Sean MCINTYRE

CALLUMNY FILMS - as PROD / PROMO

Historical - Development 2018

Judas. Jesus. Their Bromance. The Breakup. It’s A Kind of Destiny. Which destiny will choose you?

    • Year of production
    • 2018
    • Genres
    • Historical, True Story, Drama
    • Countries
    • AUSTRALIA
    • Languages
    • ENGLISH
    • Budget
    • N/A
    • Duration
    • 10 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Sean MCINTYRE
    • Writer(s)
    • Sean MCINTYRE
    • Producer(s)
    • Sean MCINTYRE (CALLUMNY FILMS)
    • Synopsis
    • TAGLINE: Which destiny will choose you?

      PLOT OUTLINE: Judas argues with Christ in the Garden showing him up to be a manipulative user of people for his own ends. What if JUDAS decided he didn’t want to betray JESUS? What if JUDAS wanted to choose his own destiny? Based on a news story about the discovery of a 'lost gospel' written by Judas and Sean McIntyre’s award-winning play 'A Kind of Destiny'. A clever depiction of Jesus and Judas - just as their bro-mance disintegrates. The story is a character study in the themes of destiny and free will.

      MARKET:
      males, females – 14 to 85, Faith-based, Catholic, Christian rock, Christian, spiritual, USA bible belt, short form, online platforms, domestic and international video license, in-flight entertainment, planners and providers of in-flight entertainment programs

      SMELLS LIKE: La Haine (Mathieu Kassovitz), Ides of March, 28 Days (Other-Cassavetes? (Marco?), Shot composition-The Immortal Game, What’s Not To Love, La Haine)

      CREW: Damien Beebe, DOP (in talks) (Edge of Tomorrow, Tom Cruise)

      THEMES: free will, destiny, disconnection, loneliness, self-expression, formation of personal identity, relationships and coming to grips with destiny vs personal choice

      SMELLS LIKE: La Haine (Mathieu Kassovitz), Ides of March, 28 Days (Other-Cassavetes? (Marco?), Shot composition-The Immortal Game, What’s Not To Love, La Haine)

      WHOSE EYEBALLS: Discerning audiences who like their film’s to be thought-provoking and a little controversial – so much so that they are left thinking about the topics raised for days afterwards.

      CAST - confirmed: Andrew Bongiorno (USA-based, Melbourne ex-pat actor, cast as FASANI - 5 week's shooting on Ben Affleck's 'Live by Night' (2016). The Book of Daniel (lead - Pure Flix Entertainment), Lethal Weapon (TV Series). Lead role ‘Boy From Oz’ (LA premiere 2016 – sold out, season extended 5 times). Winner - Stage Raw (L.A.,USA) for Best Musical Performance as ‘Peter Allen’ in ‘The Boy From Oz’, Keir Saltmarsh (MDA , Bastard Boys, Barracuda), Simon Todman (House Husbands, Neighbours, Underbelly Files: Tell Them Lucifer Was Here)