Lachlan Marks is an award-winning writer and director from Sydney, Australia. In 2016 he was inducted into the Australian Writers’ Guild’s Pathways Program when his short horror script “Fingers” was nominated for the Monte Miller Award at the 49th AWGIE Awards. His short script for the supernatural comedy/thriller “Moving On” won the Grand Prize at both the Harrisburg-Hershey and Firereel film festivals in the US and as part of a prize package was produced on location in Pennsylvania in August of the same year, where he was invited to work on set as the script coordinator.
As a writer/director Lachlan has completed two comedy shorts “Keep Rolling” and “A Real Buzz” and had his work selected to be screened in numerous film festivals in the US, Canada, Germany and the UK. He is currently developing several TV and feature film projects and works as a full-time journalist and touring musician internationally.
A troubled policeman’s investigation into a possible murder brings a sinister underground society to the streets of a mountain-side town, unleashing a powerful new drug that offers users the chance to experience life as children.