The story of Bruce McLaren, the New Zealander who founded the McLaren Motor Racing team. A man who showed the world that a man of humble beginnings could take on the elite of motor racing and win. Starring Dwayne Cameron (Bray) as Bruce McLaren.
If you love the ‘found footage’ concept and accept that, even in the most dire circumstances, the human race is doomed to stand aside and film the carnage regardless if a burning house is falling down all around them (and to be honest, that isn’t far wrong), then you are going to find that The Taking Of Deborah Logan is a really solid horror film.
Former child-star Monica is now broke and barely clinging to her sobriety when her father, who abandoned her fifteen years ago, dies and leaves her the family business. Starring Michelle Ang (Tai San) as Eva.
Single mother Mary Harris is an ER doctor by day, but by night she and her partner, a former plastic surgeon, moonlight as underground angels of death who help terminally ill patients slip away on their own terms. Starring Jay Ryan (Blue) as Ben Wesley.
Dwayne Cameron (Bray) shows off his weapons training in Bulgaria in rehearsals for #211.
In a recent interview with Spy, Dwayne Cameron (Bray) now confirms the role that he is playing in the upcoming film #211 starring Nicolas Cage.
Deadline are now reporting that Cory Hardrict is joining #211 as Officer Hanson, Nicolas Cage’s tough-as-nails partner. Dwayne Cameron (Bray) appears to be in a different role within the film.
Jennyfer Jewell (Ellie) performs in an interactive and immersive theatre production, SUCH STUFF AS DREAMS ARE MADE ON.
Dwayne Cameron (Bray) is set to star alongside Nicolas Cage in #211 a film about several law enforcement officers attempting to stop a bank robbery.
Stacey is secretly stressing about the legacy of her video store while dealing with the daily hardships of customers, staff and the Internet. Guest starring Fleur Saville (Ruby).
There are some great moments, and I think there’s a lesson in there somewhere about not wasting your life, but it gets lost among long drawn out banter about anarchism.
A poignant drama that chronicles the unexpected friendship that develops between Cooper, a melancholy bartender, who at thirty-six still isn’t sure what he wants to do with his life, and Daisy (Michelle Ang – Tai San), an extremely bright but socially awkward girl in her early twenties.