Following a deadly pandemic that has decimated the world's population, a father drives his nine-year-old daughter Tilly from the Perth coast to the safe zone in the middle of the western Australian desert. Along the way their relationship is tested by the elements in an unforgiving world, and Tilly must say goodbye to her childhood if the pair are to survive.
Length: 13 minutes
Director: Zak Hilditch
Screenwriter: Zak Hilditch
Producer: Liz Kearney
Editor: Merlin Cornish
Director of Photography: Bonnie Elliott
Production Designer: Louise Brady
Composer: Ash Gibson Greig
Primary Cast: Angourie Rice, Wayne S Davies, Ben Sutton
Zak Hilditch is from Perth in Australia and studied film at Curtin University. In 2006, he won the Young Filmmaker of the Year award at the WA Screen Awards. His independent features include The Actress, Plum Role, and The Toll. Zak has also written and directed eight short films.