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Jeremy Sims kicks off production on ‘Wayne’

Wayne. .

Feature documentary Wayne, which follows the life story of former world motorcycle champion Wayne Gardner, has begun production.

The doco is helmed by Last Cab to Darwin.s Jeremy Sims, who wrote the screen treatment alongside producer Matthew Metcalfe (Dead Lands) of the General Film Corporation.

.I love the feature doc format, and I am excited to be bringing the thrilling and complex story of Wayne Gardner.s incredible journey to cinema goers," said Sims.

"It is a tale of speed, danger, love, adversity, dogged willpower and, eventually, triumph, all set in the heady days of Australia.s .coming of age. in the late 80s. I was there, and I.m aiming to take our audience there too..

Metcalfe said he knew Sims was the man for the job after watching Last Cab to Darwin at Tiff in 2015.

"I knew that Jeremy was the best person to approach to tell this story.
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McLaren trailer: Roger Donaldson takes us behind the motor-racing empire

McLaren trailer: The new documentary takes us behind the scenes of the motor-racing legend.

The very first McLaren trailer has been released online ahead of its release later this year. The documentary is directed by Roger Donaldson (The World’s Fastest Indian, The Patriarch) and is the untold story of a motor racing icon.

Donaldson, a native of New Zealand, also the birthplace of McLaren founder Bruce McLaren, has put together this brand new inspirational documentary, an account of one man’s pioneering spirit, unswerving tenacity and endless passion.

Here’s the official synopsis:

Born in New Zealand in 1937, Bruce McLaren’s determination to make it to the summit of global motor racing circles saw his name become synonymous with the sport; displaying an incomparable will to succeed and desire to better both himself and his burgeoning super brand. In following a singular dream, McLaren elicited the loyalty, determination and love of family,
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Producers Lab Toronto reveals 2016 participants

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The UK’s Camilla Deakin, Ireland’s Kathryn Kennedy and Germany’s Amir Hamz are among those selected.

The 24 participants of the 2016 Producers Lab Toronto have been unveiled.

The selected producers include Camilla Deakin from the UK, who is currently in post-production on the Jim Broadbent and Brenda Blethyn-voiced animation feature Ethel And Ernest [pictured].

Kathryn Kennedy from Ireland also makes the cut, having produced 2015 drama My Name Is Emily starring Evanna Lynch and Michael Smiley.

Also participating is Germany’s Amir Hamz - who produced surreal drama Der Nachtmahr, which played at Toronto last year - and France’s Hélène Cases, who was a Producer On The Move in 2012 and has feature credits including 2014 Venice-winning The Last Hammer Blow and 2010 César-nominated Angel & Tony.

Now in its seventh year, the initiative for emerging producers is run by European Film Promotion in collaboration with Ontario Media Development Corporation and Toronto International Film Festival (Tiff).

Taking place September 6-9 at
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