Australian feature film Innocent Killer receives back-to-back awards

The multicultural Australian film Innocent Killer has won its second International Festival Best feature Film Award in a row.

Innocent Killer is being directed by Chinese Australian Jon-Claire Lee and starring Pakistani Australian Asif Khan. It centres around the mind of a serial killer, as a city is hit with a number of unexplainable murders of women from various cultures and backgrounds.We follow the killer as he performs his deeds, as the police remain determined to detain him by any means necessary.

Innocent Killer has been given the Best Feature Film Award at IFEFA (International Film and Entertainment Festival Australia). Director Jon-Claire stated in his acceptance speech, “I wish to congratulate the other nominees for their wonderful work and I am honoured to be in your company. I directed Innocent Killer as a slow burn psychological thriller probing the mind of a serial killer and as a showcase of the immense multicultural talent in Australia. Thank you for confirming that this film stimulates the mind and make the blood race a bit faster at the same time.”

Innocent Killer will be screening across all Reading Cinemas in December 2017.


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Matthew Arcari

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