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Australia sweet for That Sugar Film!

That Sugar Film has now taken $1,699,064 at the box office, making it the number one Australian documentary of all time in local cinemas (excluding IMAX). The film has also taken $448,436 in New Zealand cinemas. The record comes on the back of the That Sugar Film’s recently announced AACTA Award nomination for Best Documentary, with the…

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Cate Blanchett, Richard Roxburgh and a bunch of Aussie talent to receive development funding for upcoming projects

Blanchett’s Stateless is one of 23 film and TV projects that Screen Australia has today announced will receive development funding to the total of $640,000. A diverse range of projects and talent are being supported, including works from Bryan Brown and Rachel Ward, Richard Roxburgh, Marieke Hardy, Jan Chapman, Stephan Elliott and Bondi Hipsters’ Nicholas Boshier. Cate Blanchett’s…

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Finalists announced for $100,000 CinéfestOZ Film Prize 2015

CinéfestOZ has announced the five finalists in contention for its second annual $100,000 Film Prize. Backtrack, Now Add Honey, Pawno, MIFF@CinefestOZ film Putuparri and the Rainmakers and The Daughter have been shortlisted for Australia’s biggest film prize, to be announced at the festival on Saturday, 29th August. The Film Prize is awarded to the producer of an Australian feature…

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Trailer of the Day: The Comet Kids

While not exactly an official first look, Dark Epic Films’ concept trailer for their upcoming sic-fi flick The Comet Kids is worth featuring here because it’s just so bloody cool! The guys have released two concept trailers so far but you can keep up to date with more official news about the film over on there Facebook…

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Finally! Q&A screenings and release date announced for Kriv Stenders’ Kill Me Three Times

In its ongoing efforts to create exciting new release strategies, Entertainment One is thrilled to announce that the darkly comedic thriller, Kill Me Three Times will debut to Australian audiences at Q&A screenings in select cities in August, followed by the film’s release on digital platforms, as well as DVD and Blu-Ray on 9 September. Director Kriv…