[News] Action Thriller INDEMNITY Reveals Trailer Ahead of Fantasia World Premiere
Courtesy of Gambit Films
Ahead of its world premiere at this year’s Fantasia International Film Festival, Gambit Films has released the trailer for INDEMNITY. Make sure you check it out below and let us know what you think!

An ex-firefighter in Cape Town is forced to fight for his life after being accused of murdering his wife. As he struggles to survive, connections are revealed between his past, the origin of his PTSD, the mysterious death of his wife, and a government conspiracy with terrifying implications.

A high-tension, politically-charged action thriller shot and wrapped safely during the pandemic, INDEMNITY is the latest from Cape Town production studio Gambit Films, producers of the hit Netflix series Blood & Water and instrumental in bringing South African genre cinema into the mainstream. The film marks the feature debut from writer/director Travis Taute, co-writer of Nosipho Dumisa’s award-winning Number 37 and co-director of the short that preceded it by the same name, as well as a writer and director on Blood & Water.

Reaching a whole new scale of production for South African action films, INDEMNITY’s lead, Jarrid Geduld, spent three months training with stunt masters Vernon Willemse and Grant Powell (Fury Road, Tomb Raider) and succeeded at all of his own stunts, including a record-breaking hanging suspension stunt performed from the 21st floor.

INDEMNITY stars  SAFTA-award winner Jarrid Geduld (Ellen: Die Storie Van Ellen Pakkies), Nicole Fortuin (Flatland), Andre Jacobs (Black Venus), Gail Mabalane (Blood & Water), and Tshamano Sebe (The Soul Collector). The film is produced by Bradley Joshua and Benjamin Overmeyer.

INDEMNITY will World Premiere August 11th at the Imperial Theatre in Montreal, QC, as well as screen virtually, as part of the 25th Fantasia International Film Festival.

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