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Mystery Road

Filming was completed in Winton.  Mystery Road  premiered at the 2013 Sydney Film Festival

Ivan Sen is the producer of Mystery Road.

Carisbrooke Station has been the film set for many movies, including this one.
Ivan Sen has filmed his fourth feature film, MYSTERY ROAD, in Winton. The murder mystery is a follow up to  Beneath Clouds, Dreamland and Toomelah.
Aaron Pederson heads a cast list that includes Hugo Weaving, Jack Thompson, Ryan Kwanten, Tony Barry, Tasma Walton, Damian Walshe-Howling, David Field, Robert Mammone and new comers Trish Whitton and Siobhan Binge.
Sen wrote, directed, shot and edited the movie. David Jowsey produced the film.
The film is about Detective Jay Swan (Aaron Pederson) returning home to an outback town trying to solve the murder of an indigenous girl, whose body has been found under the trucking route highway out of town.
Ryan Kwanten is best known as a fairy-blooded womaniser Jason Stackhouse in cult vampire television series True Blood, as well as fun-loving Vinnie in Home and Away, and playboy Jonah in the movie Not Suitable for Children. He will play a pig hunter in Mystery Road.
Jack Thompson plays a pastoralist who has seen better times. Jack thrilled locals and visitors alike with a visit to the local  caravan park during some spare time.
Hugo Weaving plays a cop with questionable motives.
The film was financed with the assistance of Screen Australia, Screen Queensland and the ABC.