A film inspired by the lifestory of Errol Flynn's slain photojournalist son SEAN is to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in France next month (May10).
The remains of Sean Flynn are believed to be among those recently uncovered in a mass grave in Cambodia - 30 years after he and a colleague went missing.
The two photographers were covering the Cambodian War for Time magazine when they were believed to have been captured by Khmer Rouge guerrillas.
Motivated by Flynn's story, 21-year-old Brendan Moriarty wrote, produced and directed the war adventure drama, The Road To Freedom, which was shot in Cambodia last year (09).
Moriarty, who grew up in Cambodia, tells WENN, "I was moved by true tales of these brave journalists who disappeared. People will never remember them if someone doesn’t tell their stories."
The film will have a screening in Los Angeles on 27 April (10) before its world premiere at Cannes.
Meanwhile, forensic experts are testing bones believed to be the remains of Sean Flynn.