Craig Boreham

Interview: Craig Boreham

“I’m in the editing suite right now actually.” Australian director Craig Boreham is hard at work on postproduction for his new feature Teenage Kicks, which recently wrapped filming. We were lucky enough to grab 10 minutes with him at such a busy time. He told Cinema Australia, “I really enjoy this part of it. It’s great to see the film finally coming together but…

The Reckoning

The Reckoning fast-tracked to DVD & VOD

Filmscope Entertainment (Filmscope) are excited to announce that their crime thriller, The Reckoning, is being launched across Australia this Wednesday September 17 on key VOD platforms. In addition the DVD and Blu-Ray will be available the same day. The Producer, Deidre Kitcher, noted “We feel that the best way to capitalise on the momentum that we have built…

Paper Planes

Paper Planes trailer has landed

There wasn’t a dry eye in the cinema when the credits rolled for Robert Connolly’s Paper Planes at this year’s CinéfestOZ. And it was with good reason that the film took out the $100,000 film prize. For those who haven’t been lucky enough to see the film yet, here’s the brand new trailer to tide…

The Little Death

Naughty new clip for The Little Death

With just two weeks until its national release, we thought we’d give you another sneak peek into our new comedy The Little Death with an exclusive clip! You can stay up to date on all things The Little Death by following the film on facebook, twitter and instagram – recently The Little Death team have been out on the streets of Sydney to hear your stories…

Simon Stone

Simon Stone calls action on The Daughter

GEOFFREY RUSH, SAM NEILL AND MIRANDA OTTO LEAD A STELLAR CAST IN SIMON STONE’S DIRECTORIAL DEBUT “THE DAUGHTER” Fate Films, helmed by producers Jan Chapman and Nicole O’Donohue, is delighted to announce principal photography commences on The Daughter in Sydney, Australia on the 12th of September 2014. With support from Screen Australia and Screen NSW, the…

The Rover

NFSA’s Big Screen brings Australian delights to WA’s stunning North West

The National Film and Sound Archive’s travelling film festival, Big Screen – which brings films to audiences across regional and rural Australia – will be screening some Australian delights for residents in and around Western Australia’s stunning north west. Kicking things off in Kununarru on September 12, at the town’s Kununurra Picture Gardens will be WA director…