All and all, Pork Pie, was a great ride. I keep drawing comparisons to my other favorite film with a mini The Italian Job (the remake) – if you liked that check out Pork Pie, it’s got the same sort of feel between the action and the banter. It’s got a little something for everyone.
Pork Pie, the action / comedy road movie produced by Tom Hern (Ram) and featuring Antonia Prebble (Trudy), has now been made available on the US Itunes store.
PORK PIE tracks the escapades of a trio of accidental outlaws as they travel the length of the New Zealand in a yellow mini, protesting conformity and chasing lost love, with a posse of cops and a media frenzy hot in their pursuit. Starring Antonia Prebble (Trudy) and directed by Tom Hern (Ram).
What do you get, when you combine the talents of Tom Hern, Antonia Prebble and add a little yellow stolen car to the mix? PORK PIE, that’s what. A contemporary take on the NZ classic road movie.
The Tribe Official facebook page revealed this photo of a meeting / visit between Tom Hern (Ram) and Raymond Thompson.
Tom Hern (Ram) sat as a jury member of the generation section at the 2015 Berlin International Film Festival. Whilst there he also bumped into an old face … Calen Maiava-Paris (Mega).
The Tribe Official facebook page revealed this photo of a meeting between James Napier Robertson (Jay), Tom Hern (Ram) and Raymond Thompson.
A brilliant but troubled New Zealand chess champion finds purpose by teaching underprivileged children about the rules of chess and life. Developed by James Napier Robertson (Jay) and Tom Hern (Ram).
During one afternoon in the barren back lands of New Zealand, adolescent Josh is forced to choose between saving his mate (Tom Hern – Ram) or saving face in front of an ultra violent bully who was once his idol.
A boy from an abusive family wants to escape, but doesn’t want to desert his younger siblings. Produced by Tom Hern (Ram) and written / directed by Sam Kelly (Hawk).
Tom Hern (Ram) guest stars in UNDERBELLY: LAND OF THE LONG GREEN CLOUD. The story of Marty Johnstone, Andy Maher & Terry Clark’s rise in the drug trade. Starring Fleur Saville (Ruby) as Sue McPherson.