- Year of Production:
- In Post-Production
- Country of Origin:
- Stephan Elliott
- Kylie Minogue, Guy Pearce, Radha Mitchell, Julian McMahon
- Al Clark, Jamie Hilton
Production designer: Oscar-nominated Colin Gibson
Costume designer: Oscar-winner Lizzy Gardiner
Score composer: BAFTA-nominated Guy Gross
Film editor: Emmy Award nominated Sue Blainey
Australia, 1975. The beach suburb of Dee Why is a place that revolves around surf mats, baby oil, boxed wine and the new miracle of Kentucky Fried Chicken.
14 year-old Jeff tries to find his feet in a world changing faster than his hormones, and deal with his crush on shy and sensitive girl-next-door Melly.
When the beach town suddenly hits the spotlight after the body of a 200-ton whale is washed ashore, Jeff and Melly think it’s the biggest thing that ever happened in their lives.
Meanwhile, their eccentric parents are catching up with the sexual revolution that has also washed up on Australia’s beaches. And just like the decaying whale, it’s all about to go spectacularly wrong.
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Screen can reveal the first look image of Kylie Minogue and Guy Pearce in Stephan Elliott’s (The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert) comedy Flammable...
Stephan Elliott is directing the 1970s-set feature.
Australian director Stephan Elliott’s 1970s-set comedy Flammable Children will begin principal photography on Australia’s Gold Coast on Oct 17.
Set against the backdrop of a...
Stephan Elliott is in Cannes this week to promote comedy 'Flammable Children'
Australian director-writer Stephan Elliott sees his latest project, comedy “Flammable Children,” starring Guy Pearce and Kylie Minogue, as “the ‘Priscilla’...
Australian actors last appeared on screen together nearly 30 years ago in TV soap Neighbours.
Guy Pearce and Kylie Minogue have signed on to join Radha Mitchell in Flammable Children, the new comedy feature written and directed Stephan...
WestEnd Films has acquired worldwide rights to “Flammable Children,” a comedy written and to be directed by Stephan Elliott, who was BAFTA nominated for “The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.” WestEnd starts sales at the European Film...