Directed by Tori Garrett and bringing together a strong cast including Rachel Griffiths and Jack Thompson, the film is based on true events and a 2001 child abuse case that changed how Australia handles child abuse claims.
Produced by Scott Corfield, the film stars Aden Young, Jaqueline McKenzie, Gyton Grantley, susie Porter and Robert Taylor.
The film is about Toowoomba Preparatory School, the Anglican Church and child sex abuse of an 11-year-old girl.
It tells the story of a survivor, Lyndal, and the last trial by a jury of its kind.
Producer, Scott Corfield, said Lyndal used the law to expose an institution guilty of heinous behaviour.
"A jury of four people representing our society had the responsibility to do what was morally right and hold that institution publicly accountable in the most transparent way," he said.
"This story deserved us making a movie about the fight to attain justice."
Shine Lawyers national legal partner, Jodie Willey said:
"In effect, awareness has increased, policies have changed, survivors have been given a voice, perpetrators and institutions are exposed and made to feel uncomfortable during inquiry interrogation, some opponents are softening and have a more collaborative, empathic approach to resolving cases, but legal (limitation periods) and insurance considerations remain hurdles to survivors accessing appropriate monetary compensation."