Phaedra (Charlotte Best) and Dan (Daniel Webber) in a scene from TEENAGE KICKS, directed by Craig Boreham

It’s a wrap for Teenage Kicks – See the first images from the film here

Shooting wraps today on new Australian feature film TEENAGE KICKS. After five weeks of principal photography in Sydney’s inner-west, south-eastern and northern suburbs the cast and crew have formed a strong bond and are incredibly proud of their achievements on the independently funded film. On the experience of principal photography, writer/director Craig Boreham says, “The TEENAGE KICKS set has been such a great hub of collaboration…

Stephen Lance

Interview: Stephen Lance

“The idea of what’s happening in the film and the impression of what’s happening in the film, I’ve experienced.” Interview by Matthew Eeles: You’re an award-winning filmmaker whose had a lot of success directing short films as well as music videos for some of Australia’s favourite musicians. Did you feel like you were under a…

TheLittleDeathPic#07

Hilarious new trailer drops for Josh Lawson’s The Little Death

The Little Death Directed by: Josh Lawson Starring: Josh Lawson, Bojana Novakovic, Damon Herriman, Kate Mulvany, Kate Box, Patrick Brammall, Alan Dukes, Lisa McCune, Erin James, TJ Power, Kim Gygnell, Lachy Hulme A comedy about sex, love, relationships and taboo, The Little Death is a laugh-out-loud funny, honest and ultimately moving look at the secret sex lives of…

NEW FEATURED

The Infinite Man announces official release date – but here’s where you can see it before then

Following the sellout Australian Premiere at the Melbourne International Film Festival, the inventive time travel comedy The Infinite Manis confirmed for a theatrical release in cinemas across Australia September 18 through Infinite Releasing. The international and local accolades keep coming for the film and its writer/director Hugh Sullivan, who just this weekend won the Best First Feature award…

Featured

Sunday Shorts #9: Acts of God

Acts of God Following a family tragedy and the never-ending barrage of disaster porn shown on current affairs shows, 11-year-old Joan becomes fascinated with natural disasters. Written by Sarah-Jane Woulahan (director): Acts of God came out of my own fascination with natural disasters and their impact on people watching from the outside, particularly through the media.…