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In 1824 the British penal colony of Van Diemen's Land is little more than a living hell. Chained to a wall in the darkness of a cell under Hobart Gaol, Pearce is visited by Father Connolly, the parish priest of the fledgling colony and a fellow Irishman. The Last Confession Of Alexander Pearce will draw a visceral and compelling picture of a hell on earth and tell how one man endured the unimaginable by doing the unthinkable. 


Channel 4 Picks Up ‘Alexander Pearce’ Co-Production

IFTA nominated drama, ‘The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce’, an
Irish-Australian co-production has been picked up by UK broadcaster
Channel 4.

drama, which recently won an Inside Film Award and an APRA Screen Music
Award, stars Adrian Dunbar (The Crying Game), Ciaran McMenamin (One
Hundred Mornings), Dan Wyllie (Chopper), Don Hany (California King)
& Chris Haywood (Shine). The film depicts the final days of convict
Alexander Pearce’s life in Van Diemen’s Land.

Director of ‘The Last
Confession of Alexander Pearce’ and co-writer is Michael James Rowland
(Lucky Miles) and producer and co-writer is Nial Fulton who is thrilled
at the prospect of the film reaching a wider international audience.
“This film never ceases to amaze me,” says Fulton. “We always knew it
was a little bit special but it just keeps punching above its weight.
Winning the IF Award and getting an AFI nomination is a fantastic
acknowledgement and testament to the efforts of a stellar cast and
crew. Getting the opportunity to screen the film on Channel 4 allows us
to reach a huge audience. I grew up watching Channel 4 push the
envelope so we’re in pretty esteemed company.”

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