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Z for Zachariah

“One of the best films of the year. Not to be missed.” jason gorber twitch film

“Margot Robbie Becomes a Movie Star in Z for Zachariah.” Richard Lawson Vanity Fair

“Mesmerizing.” josh winning total film

“Incredible.” david fear rolling stone

In theaters and on demand August 28


After the end of the world,she thought she was alone. she was wrong.

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In theaters and on demand August 28

“Margot Robbie Becomes a Movie Star in Z for Zachariah.” Richard Lawson Vanity Fair

“Mesmerizing.” josh winning total film

“Incredible.” david fear rolling stone


In the wake of a nuclear war, a young woman survives on her own, fearing she may actually be the proverbial last woman on earth, until she discovers the most astonishing sight of her life: another human being. A distraught scientist, he’s nearly been driven mad by radiation exposure and his desperate search for others. A fragile, imperative strand of trust connects them. But when a stranger enters the valley, their precarious bond begins to unravel.



Mr. Loomis

BAFTA Award winning actor, CHIWETEL EJIOFOR (Mr. Loomis) has a breadth of critically acclaimed work across stage and screen, and multiple awards to support his achievements. 2014 was a memorable year for Ejiofor and saw him star in Steve McQueen’s Oscar® winning Twelve Years A Slave. Chiwetel played the role of ‘Soloman Northup’ which gained him both Oscar® and Golden Globe nominations and won him a Best Actor BAFTA. Later in the year Chiwetel also starred in Half of a Yellow Sun based on the highly acclaimed novel of the same title, the film also starred Thandie Newton and Joseph Mawle.

2015 is set to be another notable year. In addition to Z for Zachariah, 2015 will also see the release of Triple Nine, where Ejiofor will be seen in a cast including Kate Winslet, Casey Affleck, Gal Gadot, Aaron Paul and Norman Reedus. November will see him in Ridley Scott’s The Martian alongside Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain and Sean Bean.

2013 saw Ejiofor star in Stephen Poliakoff’s BBC series Dancing on the Edge which gained him a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in a Mini Series and an Emmy Award nomination. In 2011 television audiences saw him in the award winning The Shadow Line, a thrilling drama for the BBC in which he played lead character ‘Jonah Gabriel’ alongside a superb cast including Christopher Eccleston, Lesley Sharp and Rafe Spall. 

Ejiofor has also appeared in a number of films including Salt, alongside Angelina Jolie and Liev Schreiber and in 2009 he starred in Roland Emmerich’s action feature, 2012 opposite John Cusack, Danny Glover and Thandie Newton. The same year his performance in Endgame, Channel 4’s moving drama set in South Africa, earned him a Golden Globe nomination for the ‘best performance by an actor in a mini-series or a motion picture made for television’. 

Ejjiofor balances his film and television commitments with his theatre work. In 2013 Chiwetel was seen in the Young Vic’s adaptation of A Season in the Congo, directed by Joe Wright. His performance, as Patrice Lumumba, received rave reviews.

In 2008 he was seen in three very different roles; his performance in the title role of Michael Grandage’s Othello at the Donmar Warehouse alongside Kelly Reilly and Ewan McGregor was unanimously commended, and won him the 2008 Olivier Award for Best Actor, the Evening Standard Theatre Award as well as nominations for the South Bank Show Awards 2009 and the What’s On Stage Theatregoers’ Choice Awards.  His other stage credits include A Season in the Congo at the The Young Vic, Roger Michell’s Blue/Orange in 2000 which received an Olivier Award for Best Play, and the same year Tim Supple’s Romeo and Juliet in which Chiwetel took the title role.

In 1996, Ejiofor caught the attention of Stephen Spielberg who cast him in the critically acclaimed Amistad, starring alongside Morgan Freeman and Anthony Hopkins. He returned to the big screen in Stephen Frears’ 2001 thriller Dirty Pretty Things for which his performance as ‘Okwe’ won him the Best Actor Award at the British Independent Film Awards, the Evening Standard Film Awards, and the San Diego Film Critics Society Awards.  In 2003, he co-starred in three films: Richard Curtis’ Love Actually, Slow Burn and Woody Allen’s Melinda and Melinda.  2008 saw Chiwetel star in Ridley Scott’s American Gangster, opposite Don Cheadle in Talk to Me, and in David Mamet’s Redbelt. Chiwetel’s other film credits include Kinky Boots’ (2005) in which he played the loveable drag queen ‘Lola’, the urban drama Four Brothers alongside Mark Whalberg, Spike Lee’s heist film Inside Man alongside Clive Owen, Jodie Foster and Denzel Washington, and the Oscar® nominated Children of Men. In addition to his acting career, Ejiofor has also directed the short film ‘Slapper’ which was screened at the 2008 Edinburgh Film Festival.



Having emerged as a breakout star with her gripping on-screen presence, MARGOT ROBBIE (Ann) continues to captivate audiences around the world with every performance.

Robbie was most recently cast in the coveted role of “Harley Quinn” in Warner Bros’ Suicide Squad, opposite Jared Leto, Will Smith, and Tom Hardy. Robbie’s portrayal of Quinn will be the first time the villainous, fan-favorite, comic book character will be revealed on the big screen. The film will be directed by David Ayer and is scheduled to be released August 2016. Robbie recently wrapped production on David Yates’ Tarzan, in which she will play the legendary classic character, Jane Porter. Robbie will star opposite Alexander Skarsgård, Samuel L. Jackson, and Christoph Waltz in an action-adventure film Warner Bros is set to release July 1, 2016.

On February 27th, Robbie will star as an up-and-coming con artist opposite Will Smith in Focus. The Warner Bros. film is directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa from a script they co-wrote, and also stars Rodrigo Santoro. In early 2015, Robbie will be seen with Michelle Williams, Kristen Scott Thomas and Matthias Schoenaerts in Suite Fançaise—the adaptation of Irene Nemirovsky’s acclaimed novel about a love story in Nazi-occupied France during World War II. The film will be released in the U.K. in early 2015 and will be distributed by The Weinstein Company in the U.S. Robbie will also be seen in Z for Zachariah which was recently accepted into the dramatic competition at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. The film is based on the post-apocalyptic science-fiction novel from Robert C. O'Brien and also stars Chiwetel Ejiofor and Chris Pine.

Robbie will soon begin production on Paramount’s adaptation of journalist Kim Barker’s wartime memoir Taliban Shuffle, opposite Tina Fey. The film has Robbie re-teaming with Glenn Ficarra and John Requa, the writing-directing duo of Focus. Fey and Lorne Michaels will produce the political black comedy.

Robbie is known for her breakout role in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street in which she stars as the female lead opposite Leonardo DiCaprio. Based on the memoir of the same name by Jordan Belfort, the film tells the story of a New York penny stockbroker, played by DiCaprio, who served 20 months in prison for refusing to cooperate in a large securities fraud case involving corruption on Wall Street, the corporate banking world, and mob infiltration. Starring as DiCaprio’s wife in the film, Robbie is joined by an all-star cast of actors including Matthew McConaughey, Jonah Hill, Rob Reiner, Jean Dujardin, Jon Favreau and Kyle Chandler. Robbie also recently starred in Richard Curtis’ About Time opposite Rachel McAdams and Domhnall Gleeson.

Robbie made her U.S. debut in the critically acclaimed ABC series, Pan Am, in 2011. The period drama depicted the lives of the pilots and flight attendants who once made Pan Am the most glamorous way to fly. Robbie starred as “Laura,” a runaway bride, who fled a life of domestic boredom to take to the skies. The series was created by Jack Orman (ER, Men of a Certain Age), and also starred Christina Ricci. In Australia, Robbie is most recognized for her role as “Donna Freedman” on the television soap opera Neighbours which chronicled the lives of the residents of Ramsay Street in the fictional Australian suburb of Erinsborough. Her role garnered her two Logie Award nominations for Most Popular New Female Talent and Most Popular Actress.

Born in Australia, Robbie grew up on the Gold Coast and eventually moved to Melbourne when she began acting professionally at the age of 17. She currently resides in London.



CHRIS PINE (Caleb) has emerged as one of Hollywood’s hottest actors. With multiple upcoming major motion picture releases, Pine’s resume is as extensive as it is versatile. In 2013, Chris received the prestigious “Male Star of the Year” award at the annual CinemaCon Awards.

Pine was most recently seen in the sequel to Horrible Bosses, joining original cast members Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Jamie Foxx, and Kevin Spacey. He and Christoph Waltz portrayed the new adversaries standing between the guys and their dreams of success. He can currently be seen in the Rob Marshall musical comedy, Into the Woods, alongside Johnny Depp, Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt and Anna Kendrick. The Golden Globe nominated film is based off the highly popular stage musical and follows several classic Brothers Grimm fairy tales and ties them together through the story of a baker and his wife and a witch who has put a curse on them. Chris will next be seen in Z for Zachariah, a film about a young girl who survives a nuclear war in a small American town. Directed by Craig Zobel, the film also stars Chiwetel Ejiofor and Margot Robbie. Pine recently wrapped production on the Disney thriller, The Finest Hours, alongside Casey Affleck and Ben Foster. Set in New England in 1952, the story follows four members of the Coast Guard as they face one of the worst storms to ever hit the region.

This past year, Pine starred as the title role of Jack Ryan, for director Kenneth Branagh and opposite Keira Knightley and Kevin Costner.  Based on the Jack Ryan character created by bestselling author Tom Clancy, the film is a contemporary action thriller set in the present day and follows a young Jack as he uncovers a financial terrorist plot. Pine reprised his role as James T. Kirk in Paramount’s sequel to Star Trek, Star Trek Into Darkness in April 2013. The film was once again directed by JJ Abrams and was a critical and commercial success, grossing more than $462 million worldwide.

In 2012, Pine lent his voice to the DreamWorks animated feature, Rise of the Guardians with Alec Baldwin, Hugh Jackman, Isla Fisher and Jude Law. He also starred opposite Michelle Pfeiffer, Elizabeth Banks and Olivia Wilde in the drama, People Like Us and co-starred with Reese Witherspoon and Tom Hardy in the 20th Century Fox action-comedy, This Means War. Previously, Pine starred opposite Denzel Washington in the FOX feature film Unstoppable directed by Tony Scott. Additional feature credits include the Paramount Vantage film Carriers, the educational animated feature Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey, Bottle Shock for writer/director Randall Miller, the independent feature Small Town Saturday Night for writer/director Ryan Craig, Joe Carnahan’s gritty ensemble drama Smokin’ Aces for Working Title Films and Universal Pictures, Blind Dating costarring Eddie Kaye Thomas and Jane Seymour, the Fox/New Regency romantic comedy Just My Luck opposite Lindsay Lohan and The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement opposite Anne Hathaway.

On the stage, Pine was most recently seen starring in Martin McDonagh’s The Lieutenant of Inishmore at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles. In Bob Verini’s review for Variety, he called Pine’s performance “spookily, spectacularly good” and went on to remark that “Inishmore audiences are present at the launch of what promises to be a truly remarkable stage career.” In March, 2011, Pine was awarded “Best Lead Performance” by the LA Drama Critics Circle for his performance.

Pine also received rave reviews and a 2009 Ovation Award nomination for his performance in the drama Farragut North starring opposite Chris Noth at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles. His additional stage credits include the Neil LaBute play, Fat Pig, also at the Geffen Playhouse, and The Atheist, a one man show performed off off Broadway in addition to multiple productions at The Williamstown Theatre Festival, among many others. 

Chris graduated from the University of California, Berkeley. His parents are actors Gwynne Gilford & Robert Pine and his late grandmother, Anne Gwynne, was a film actress of the ‘30s and ‘40s. Pine currently resides in Los Angeles.



CRAIG ZOBEL (Director) was awarded the Breakthrough Director award at the 2008 Gotham Awards for Great World Of Sound - his debut feature as a writer/director, which premiered at Sundance 2007. The film was selected as one of the Top Ten Independent Films of the Year by The National Board of Review, and was nominated for Best First Film, and Best Supporting Actor in the 2008 Independent Spirit Awards. His second film, Compliance, premiered at Sundance 2012 and won a Special Jury Prize at the Locarno International Film Festival. The National Board of Review awarded Ann Dowd Best Supporting Actress for the film, and she also garnered nominations from the Independent Spirit Awards and the Critic’s Choice awards.

In addition to directing, Zobel is also a film producer and frequent collaborator with filmmaker David Gordon Green. Zobel was a producer on Green’s Texas-based film Prince Avalanche, which premiered at Sundance 2013, was awarded the Silver Bear for Best Direction at the 2013 Berlinale, and is happily screening in it’s place of origin as part of this year’s SXSW Film Festival.