Damien Power’s feature debut Killing Ground will make its international debut at the Sundance Film Festival, while Red Dog: True Blue will screen in the kids sidebar.
The news follows on from last week's announcement that Cate Shortland's Berlin Syndrome would be making its world premiere at the festival.
Killing Ground will screen as part of the Midnight sidebar, which has previously launched films such as The Babadook, The Blair Witch Project, SAW, The Witch and Hard Candy.
The thriller, which debuted at MIFF, stars Aaron Pedersen (Goldstone, Mystery Road), Harriet Dyer (Love Child, Rueben Guthrie), Ian Meadows (Scare Campaign, The Wrong Girl), Aaron Glenane (Molly, Deadline Gallipoli) and Maya Stange (Wolf Creek TV, Love Child).
“It’s hugely exciting to have our international premiere where so many of my favourite filmmakers got their starts. And I’m thrilled to be screening in the Midnight section because it always has the most enthusiastic and committed audiences,” said writer-director Power.