The first ever Indian-Australian cross-cultural feature film

Posted: January 26, 2014 in Morcan Books & Films, Morcan films
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On this auspicious day, which is both Australia Day and Indian Republic Day, my production team and I have chosen to launch the official theatrical trailer for our Australian/Indian cross-cultural feature film MY CORNERSTONE. This trailer is now showing in cinemas Australia-wide in conjunction with the release of Salman Khan’s Bollywood feature JAI HO.

MY CORNERSTONE will screen in cinemas in all major Australian cities from April 25 onwards. Plus it will screen in India later this year and will also be dubbed/translated into the following Indian languages: Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada & Konkani.

And here is Trailer B which highlights a different perspective of the film’s story: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISSVc5UVwjA

MY CORNERSTONE was filmed in Sydney, Australia and Mumbai, India with an Australian and Indian cast and crew. It is the first Indian-Aussie cross-cultural feature film in cinema history.

Thanks to all for your for your valuable support and encouragement while making this movie.

James Morcan

MY CORNERSTONE starring Zenia Starr, James Morcan and Romin Khan. Directed by Stanley Joseph.

CREDITS:
Director: Stanley Joseph
Writers: James Morcan (screenplay), Stanley Joseph (story)
Stars: Zenia Starr, Romin Khan, James Morcan

IMDb listing: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2527256/

Logline: A young Indian nurse moves to Sydney where she’s placed in the household of a wealthy Indian-Australian family and given the task of caring for an elderly lady.

Runtime: 119 mins

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