Academy-award winning actor Russell Crowe has made his directorial debut with his new film called The Water Diviner. The film is set in 1919 and follows a father travelling to Turkey to find his three sons who went missing after the Battle of Gallipoli in World War 1. This particular battle campaign is commemorated as part of Anzac Day in New Zealand and Australia to remember all the New Zealand and Australian soldiers who took part in the battle, and it makes sense as to why this story would appeal to New Zealander Crowe. The film features Olga Kurylenko and Jai Courtney, with the screenplay written by Andrew Knight and Andrew Anastasios. It is set to be released in Australia sometime during 2014 with no UK date set yet.