/News 18.05.17


Screen Queensland has furthered its success in building relationships with the Chinese screen industry with At Last, the latest Australia-China co-production set to film in Queensland.

At Last will showcase a range of Queensland locations, and follow the model shaped by the success of previous co-productions Guardians of the Tomb (previously known as The Nest 3D) and Bait 3D.

The filming of At Last in Queensland will provide about 200 jobs and inject $10.8 million into the local economy.
At Last is the story of a Chinese couple who to travel to Australia to conceive a baby but instead find themselves caught in the middle of a complex art heist scam.

The feature film will be produced by Todd Fellman of Story Bridge Films (Bait 3D, Guardians of the Tomb, Jungle) in partnership with Charles Fan and Vanessa Wu of Roadman Films and Jackie Jiao of China’s Monumental Films. The screenplay is written and will be directed by Yiwei Lui. Financing will be provided by Orient Image Entertainment, Gravity Films, Shineland Media, China Lion and Screen Queensland.

At Last begins production on the Gold Coast in July this year.