Filmed at iconic Byron Bay, against the canvas of Australia’s famous east coast surf beaches and rain forests, BOSCH & ROCKIT is a raw and unapologetic exploration of unconscious parenting and the deeper themes of  love, forgiveness, and relationships. 

Set in the late 1990s, before the era of smartphones and social media, BOSCH & ROCKIT is a powerful story told  through the eyes of a young teenage boy. As Rockit grapples to understand why his Mum’s not coming home, he  embarks on a magical holiday with his father, Bosch, only to discover they’re actually running from the law. 

While on the run, they struggle through unbelievable circumstances only armed with hope, courage, and determination. Bosch gives his all trying to protect his son. Rockit struggles to come to terms with the hand he  has been dealt. Unable to attend school because of the ‘heat’ it would draw from the police and with no mother  around to nurture him, Rockit turns to surfing and the life that is associated with it as a means of escape. Bosch can  only run for so long and eventually his reality catches up with him. 

BOSCH & ROCKIT is a film that exposes the devastation that unconscious parenting and addiction can have on a family, it is a story that ultimately gives us hope that no matter what our circumstances are, we will find a way through. 

Told through the eyes of a young boy, BOSCH & ROCKIT will take us on an incredible journey from boyhood to manhood. 

The film will be in cinemas on August 18 2022.

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CAST: Luke Hemsworth, Rasmus King, Isabel Lucas, Savannah La Rain & Leeanna Walsman.



PRODUCERS : Jamie Arscott, John Schwarz, Cathy Flannery & Tyler Atkins.  

RUNNING TIME: 102 mins 

RELEASE DATE: August 18, 2022

Courtesy of Madman Films, Sydney Arts Guide has ten double passes to give away to the preview screening of BOSCH AND ROCKIT on Thursday August  11 at 6.30pm  at Event cinemas George Street.

Please editor.sydneyartsguide@gmail.comwith BOSCH AND ROCKIT PROMOTION in the subject heading and in the body of your email please say what you most like about Australian filmmaking. Winners will be advised by email and your name will be on guest list at the door of the cinema. Winners will be advised by email .




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