First Offical Trailer for TIFF's 'Burning Man' Starring Matthew Goode
by Ethan Anderton
September 14, 2011
If you haven't noticed, there's been plenty of coverage from the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival from our own Alex Billington. And as the festival progresses, some of the films featured are getting some buzz started. Films like The Raid (watch the trailer here) are getting rave reviews, but now we have the first visually stunning trailer for Burning Man, a drama from Jonathan Teplitzky featuring Matthew Goode (Watchmen) as a man struggling to deal with personal tragedy and reacting wildly and recklessly to six women trying to save his life as he attempts to reconnect with his 8-year old son. See the trailer below!
Watch the first official trailer for Jonathan Teplitzky's Burning Man here:
Why is Tom behaving so badly? Six women and an eight-year-old boy are fighting, in very different ways, to help. But for Tom, it seems, there are no rules. Jonathan Teplitzky wrote and directed Burning Man the semi-autobiographical film that has been described as the reckless, provocative and moving story of a father and son’s journey back to happiness. Australian actress Bojana Novakovic co-stars along with Rachel Griffiths, Essie Davies, Anthony Hayes and Kerry Fox. Stay tuned for release date information.