Moon Rock for Monday

Nine-year-old Monday is home-schooled by her father Bob in Sydney and her only contact with the outside world is her weekly visit to the hospital. Monday’s imagination is captured by the Moon Rock (Uluru) which she believes will heal her and desires to travel to the middle of Australia to find it. By a twist of fate she becomes caught up in a police chase involving sixteen-year-old Tyler, a street kid with a massive heart.  Tyler uses Monday to evade the police, but despite the circumstances they soon form a friendship. They decide to go on the run and take a road trip to the Northern Territory to find the Moon Rock. Along the way they meet a bunch of outback characters, some helpful and some not so. Meanwhile, Bob is desperately trying to track his daughter down before Detective Lionell and the police – who are out for blood. It all culminates in a gripping finale set in the heart of Australia, and a heart-warming end to a touching journey of friendship.


Kurt Martin


Ashlyn Louden-Gamble
Aaron Jeffrey
George Pullar
David Field


Kurt Martin


Jim Robison – Lunar Pictures

Official selection

Adelaide Film Festival, Australia, 2020
Cinefest’Oz Film Festival Western Australia, Australia, 2020
The Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival Australia, Australia, 2020
Ale Kino! International Young Audience Film Festival, Poland, 2020
Byron Bay Film Festival, Australia, 2020
Capricorn Film Festival, Australia, 2020
Busan International Kids & Youth Film Festival (BIKY), South Korea, 2021
Seoul Guro International Film Festival, South Korea, 2021
Kristiansand International Children’s Film Festival, Norway, 2021
Zurich Film Festival, Swtizerland, 2021
Beijing International Film Festival, China, 2021
Cinemagic Belfast Ireland, Ireland, 2021
New Vision Film Festival, The Netherlands, 2021

2020 Schlingel International Film Festival

Winner – FRIPRESCI Award
Winner – SLM Award

2020 Australian Screen Industry Network

Winner -Best Feature Film

2021 Australian Academy of Arts TV & Science

Winner – Best Indie Film

Australian Society of Cinematrographers Awards 2022

Winner- Distinction Award for Best Feature Film


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