John Jarratt as Wolf Creek's Mick Taylor, Photographed By Daniel GuerraJohn Jarratt (Photographed in silhouette for the 3 disc DVD cover of Wolf Creek) is directing his first feature film, StalkHer, co-starring 3 time AFI Award Winner Kaarin Fairfax. The two first met in 1980 while filming the Australian TV miniseries The Last Outlaw, in which John played iconic Australian bullet-proof Bush-ranger Ned Kelly. Principle photography for Stalkher finished on Queensland's Gold Coast n March 2014 @ the Warners Brothers Studio lot.
The screenplay is by Kristijana Maric, having partnered with Craig Kocinski and along-side 'Mick Taylor' combined to form OZPIX Entertainment. Maric described the plot as an Australian version of Misery meets Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. Jarratt’s character breaks into Fairfax’s house with a head full of evil intentions and a Boner to match.

    “ It’s a cat-and-mouse game where
      you are not sure who's the cat
      and who is the mouse... ”

Kocinski suggested the StalkHer screenplay, which Jarratt loved. The $1.3 million budget combines private investment, a refundable tax rebate for producers of Australian feature films/television and finance from Screen Queensland. Backlot Studios control the theatrical bookings, Shock Media/Regency Entertainment will carry the home media market and the international sales rep is UK-based Jinga Films, (previouslty involved with Savages Crossing, another of Jarratt's films under the Winnah Films banner).
Jarratt was keen to direct and star in a film which he could leveraging off Greg Mclean’s Wolf Creek 2, which Roadshow launched in February 2014. The Director of Photography is Jody Muston, who was the focus puller/second camera operator on the original Wolf Creek, she recently shot Nick Matthews’ thriller One Eyed Girl and was camera operator on Upper Middle Bogan. Maric says the producers opted to hire Backlot and pay for prints & advertising (funded by a private investor) in the hope of getting a much bigger slice of the Box Office cake beyond the standard 20% producers often receive. This is the first film developed by OZPIX but its third feature following Bad Behaviour (a serial killer thriller starring Jarratt, Roger Ward, Lindsay Farris and Robert Coleby) and lets not forget Nick McLean’s The Professional Idiot.

Concept Art : Post-production designs for Stalkher
Stalkher(2014) film poster Concept Art
Stalkher(2014)Film Post Production concept art
Stalkher (2014) poster design concept
Stalkher film poster concept art (2014)

Original on set photographic elements shot by Daniel Guerra.

Stalkher Concept Art : Thru a Glass Darkly
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Concept Poster rough for the queensland Feature film Stalkher (2014)
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For now we see through a glass, darkly - Concept Art for Stalkher Film Project- destroyed by a professional idiotCollaborators : MEDiAKiN / G.A.P
Brief :
Concept Art designed by ArkhªmHªus for the feature film STALKHER.

Medium : Digital : One of literally Hundreds of Original presentation visuals Created in Adobe Photoshop between 2012 -14 AD --from the films earliest concept stage through to its theatrical release. Originally the shattered reflectted glass effect was intended as a poster unto itself but because a post production photoshoot was fucked by a mildly retarded photograper (I am NOT referring to Daniel Guerra. he did a great job onset) The oval mirror was added to mask the fact that the back of the actors heads were out of focus; rendering any background additions to enhance the poster unviable.
The production comittee had problems understanding why I suggested sodomising the said photographer with his own camera, specifically after they insisted on a bright coloured backdrop for the layout rather than allowing the obvious option of hiding the photographer's error in shadows and darkness (see image to the right). The look of the now labeled Thru a glass Darkly poster (
in reference to the First Epistle to the Corinthians in the New Testament. It covers the subject of "love" which was apt--see below.) was an attempt to emulate a dark Mills & Boon cover (or Pills & Loons as a faux logo was going to suggest) with all the creases of a well read novel added rather than the standard folded poster look. but it was put into the rejected pile soooo....

In Ref. to the artworks title -- Corinthians: 1 Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not love, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal. 2 And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries, and all knowledge; and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, and have not love, I am nothing.3 And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to be burned, and have not love, it profiteth me nothing.4 Love suffereth long, and is kind; love envieth not; love vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up,5 Doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil; 6 Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth;7 Beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things.8 Love never faileth: but whether there be prophecies, they shall fail; whether there be tongues, they shall cease; whether there be knowledge, it shall vanish away.9 For we know in part, and we prophesy in part.10 But when that which is perfect is come, then that which is in part shall be done away.11 When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.12 For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.13 And now abideth faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love.

Notes : StalkHer - Psychological Thriller -- John Jarratt makes his directorial debut as well as starring in this film. Former Village Roadshow and Disney Australia Managing Director and now Chairman of the AFI Alan Finney is on board as the Executive Producer, who helped negotiate distribution deals. Written by Kris Maric. Also starring leading lady Kaarin Fairfax (3 times AFI Nominee).

-- A man is pushed past the brink of his stalking obsession when he finally decides to break into a beautiful woman's home and take what he wants by force. After breaking into her home he wakes up bleeding and bound to a chair in her kitchen and he soon realizes she is not all what she seems to be. The question raised is who will take who by force before the night is through?--

The reason it is impossible to predict who will and won't sexually assault someone is because how these behaviors manifest is a matter of style and preference. One person might choose to be blatant and habitually physically attack others, while another might be more subtle but verbally attack others on a regular basis. The motives are the same, but the style is utterly different. Why it is hard to predict who will and won't use sexual assault. What we can accurately predict is something bad will arise out of these character traits, the When, Where and How are impossible to predetermine.

Stalkher Film Credits Kaarin Fairfax 	co-director
John Jarratt 	director		
Kristijana Maric 	writer
John Jarratt	Jack
Kaarin Fairfax	Emily
Alan Finney	Mr. Schiller
Danny Baldwin	producer
Sue Baldwin	producer
Alan Finney	executive producer
Lou Henry	co-producer (as Louise Henry)
John Jarratt	producer
Craig A. Kocinski     executive producer / producer
Kristijana Maric producer
Rowena Zande    line producer 
Mark D'Angelo	Music 
Craig Jansson	Music  
Jody Muston	Cinematography
Mat Evans	film editing
Bernadette Murray 	film editing	
Adam Head	Production Design  
Peter Fitness	Art Direction
Lisa Michell	Set Decoration 
Melody Cooper	Costume Design
Connie Gallo	make-up/sfx artist and prosthetic designer  
Rowena Zande	production manager Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 
Michael Bate	second assistant director
Michael Faranda	first assistant director 
Daniel Cairns	standy props
George Kabot	graphic designer
Steve Leslie	construction manager
Anthony Marriott	conceptual art / poster and graphic designer 
Justine Angus	dialogue editor
Des Kenneally	sound recordist Visual Effects by 
Nick McLean	digital effects / visual effects supervisor Stunts 
Danny Baldwin	stunt coordinator  
Daniel Guerra	stills photographer
Billy Harmer	key grip
Jay A. Lind	best boy: grip
Nick McLean	epk
David Tilburey	best boy electric
Aaron Wakem	data wrangler
Adam Williams	gaffer 
Karen Leigh Smith	extras casting Costume and Wardrobe Department 
Jay Mansfield-Askew	costume assistant Editorial Department 
Jamie Hediger	colorist
Nick McLean	assembly editor  
Mark D'Angelo	music editor
Craig Jansson	music editor Other crew 
Jake Cook	intern

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