Interview: Clayton Jacobson

Cinema Australia’s Matthew Eeles caught up with director Clayton Jacobson to discuss his brilliant new black comedy Brothers’ Nest. Not only has Jacobson delivered one hell of a film, he’s also given us one of the finest performances of the year. Brothers’ Nest is a gripping, seriously strange, seriously dark drama sure to go down…

Web Series Wednesday: Summer School

Summer School Written and Directed by Joel Stephen Fleming Starring Matthew French, Reshael Sirputh, Gabriel Stoltz, Sam Sidhu, Candice Hill, Paul Tucker, Jake Doak, Gerick Thomsen and Will Kelly Summer School is the hilarious new multi-cultural comedy web-series created by emerging filmmaker Joel Stephen Fleming (13th Street Films). The show centres on a group of inept educators…

Producer Sue Milliken to receive 2018 Chauvel Award

The Gold Coast Film Festival will award national screen industry award, the Chauvel Award, to producer Sue Milliken this month. With a career across film and TV stretching from the late 1960’s to today, Milliken is a highly regarded and lauded Australian producer. Most recently, Sue co-wrote and produced the Bruce Beresford’s Ladies in Black,…

Trailer of the Day: Zombie Bro

Zombie Bro Written and Directed by May Grehan Produced by Claudia Pickering and May Grehan Starring Lauren Grego, Anthony Taufa, Cooper Flynn, Karina Bracken, Natassija Belle James, Claudia Pickering, Ned Morgan and Keoni Davis They say blood is thicker than water, but does infected zombie blood count? When Francine catches her brother, Teddie, in the act of attack,…

Trailer of the Day: Bam Bam

Written and Directed by Jemma van Loenen Produced by Jemma van Loenen and Phill Northwood A documentary feature film on Australian Amateur boxer Bianca ‘Bam Bam’ Elmir. Two time Australian Flyweight champion, and current Oceania Bantamweight champion,Bianca aims to be the first Australian to win a World Amateur Boxing Championship. Fighting the legacy of a drug ban, a series…

Hidden Light: From Concept to Screen

“It was almost as if no one cared about the films, what they meant, what they were about.” Written by Aaron Kamp The journey of making Hidden Light began back in 2013, while I was on my way to Los Angeles for the world premiere of my debut short film, Never Too Late. With plenty…