Sarah Snook to headline horror thriller RUN RABBIT RUN

Emmy Nominee Sarah Snook is set to star in director Daina Reid’s RUN RABBIT RUN which commences pre-production this month and shoots in Victoria and South Australia.  Sarah will replace Elisabeth Moss who was previously announced. Acclaimed novelist Hannah Kent wrote the script from an original idea developed with Carver Films, with Anna McLeish and Sarah Shaw of Carver Films (RELIC, PARTISAN, SNOWTOWN) to produce, with XYZ Films executive producing, along with 30West and executive producers Deanne Weir and Olivia Humphrey. XYZ Films is financing via its production fund backed by IPR.VC, in conjunction with Screen Australia, with XYZ also handling worldwide sales. Umbrella Entertainment is managing Australia/NZ distribution. 

In the film, Sarah Snook plays a fertility doctor whose firm grasp on the cycle of life is put to the test as her young daughter begins to exhibit increasingly strange behavior.  

Sarah is best known for her role as Shiv Roy in the Emmy winning HBO series SUCCESSION, which is currently in its third season.  She has also co-starred in the films PIECES OF A WOMAN, WINCHESTER, STEVE JOBS, THE DRESSMAKER and won the Best Actress in Film from the Australian Academy for Cinema and Television Arts for her role in PREDESTINATION.  

Reid recently directed Apple’s THE SHINING GIRLS and has also directed Emmy-nominated episodes of THE HANDMAID’S TALE, as well as HBO’s THE OUTSIDER, Amazon’s UPLOAD, and SUNSHINE. Reid directed Snook in the multi award-winning limited series THE SECRET RIVER. 

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