A Heartbeat Away
A Heartbeat Away is a 2011 Australian musical comedy film about a marching band in a small town.
|A Heartbeat Away|
|Directed by||Gale Edwards|
|Produced by||Chris Fitchett|
|Written by||Julie Kincaide|
|Music by||Guy Gross|
|Edited by||Matt Villa|
Pictures in Paradise
A young man with high aspirations as a musician steps up to become the musical director of the local marching band after his father is hurt in a vehicle accident. He has four weeks to drill the band before a major competition.
Filming started in March 2010. The film was financed by Screen Australia, Screen Queensland, Cutting Edge Pty Ltd and Quickfire Films (UK).
The film was a box office disappointment, widely considered a commercial and critical flop. During its opening weekend it took $44,204 across 77 screens, giving it a screen average of just $574.
- "A Heartbeat Away commences shooting", If magazine, 15 February 2010 Archived 9 February 2012 at the Wayback Machine accessed 14 August 2013
- Sam Dallas, "Box Office: Insidious posts modest opening", If Magazine 17 May 2011 Archived 24 May 2014 at the Wayback Machine accessed 24 May 2014
- [Box Office numbers: Griff The Invisible, The Reef and A Heartbeat Away by Sam Dallas If Magazine 21 March 2011] accessed 14 August 2013
- "Red Riding Hood delivers big numbers while Aussie films slip" by Sam Dallas If Magazine 28 March 2011 Archived 22 February 2013 at the Wayback Machine accessed 14 August 2013
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