The 34th Battalion (film)
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|The 34th Battalion|
|Directed by||Luke Sparke|
|Produced by||Carly Imrie|
|Written by||Ian Sparke|
|Starring||Emilie de Ravin|
Claire van der Boom
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|Distributed by||Camelot Entertainment Group|
The 34th Battalion is an upcoming Australian war film, directed and produced by Luke Sparke. The film follows four friends from Maitland, New South Wales who join the 34th Battalion to serve on the Western Front. The film depicts the experiences of the unit, which was recruited in 1916.
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- Emilie de Ravin
- Vinnie Jones ... Lieutenant Colonel
- Vince Colosimo ... Donnelly
- Claire van der Boom ... Simone
- Luke Hemsworth ... Robinson
- Stephen Lang ... Colonel Hodges
- Charles Mesure ... Sergeant James Bruce
- Ashley Zukerman ... Jefferies
- Andrew Lees ... Val
- Khan Chittenden ... Harrison
In October 2012, Camelot Entertainment Group announced they had secured worldwide rights to distribute the film, which was estimated to have a budget of $25 million. It is written by father and son duo, Luke and Ian Sparke, and is Luke's directorial debut. Filming began in early 2013 in Wauchope, New South Wales. In October 2014, Luke Sparke stated in an interview that the film was in the final stages of financing.
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- Franklin, Garth (2012-11-14). "Luke Hemsworth Joins The "34th Battalion"". darkhorizons.com. Retrieved 2013-02-13.
- Martin, Nick (2013-01-05). "Vinnie Jones and Stephen Lang Join THE 34th BATTALION". filmofilia.com. Retrieved 2013-02-13.
- Gray, Peter. "FROM SPIELBERG TO THE SUNSHINE STATE - QNEWS CHATS WITH FILMAKER LUKE SPARKE". Retrieved 8 March 2015.
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