GFM Films is set to co-produce Kimble Rendall's new $25 million Australian thriller "Blowback" says The Hollywood Reporter.
Brian Trenchard-Smith penned the script which follows an ex-special forces operative who takes his 15 year old daughter to Sydney to show her where he fell in love with her late mother.
When the daughter is mistakenly abducted, the father is given just 72 hours to get her back in one piece. Antony I. Ginnane will produce the film which will kick off filming in Sydney in early 2013.
Rendall is best known as a second unit director who shot key sequences on films like "Ghost Rider," "I, Robot" and "The Matrix" trilogy. He also helmed the 2000 slasher film "Cut" and the upcoming 'sharks in a flooded supermarket' feature "Bait 3D".