Competition: Win tickets to see Me & My Left Brain

Please read the below information. This is two seperate competitions. We have five NATIONAL GENERAL SCREENING double passes and five PERTH Q&A SCREENING double passes to give away to see Alex Lykos’ new Australian comedy Me & My Left Brain. PERTH Q&A SCREENING will be held at Luna Leederville on Tuesday, 28 May at 6.30pm. There are…

Competition: Win a double pass to see 2040!

Enjoy entering Cinema Australia competitions? Help us continue to bring you more Australian film coverage by making a donation to Cinema Australia below.  What could the future look like if we embraced the best solutions available today? Award-winning director Damon Gameau (That Sugar Film) embarks on a personal journey to explore what the future could…

Competition: Win yourself a copy of The Pretend One!

Thanks to Bonsai Films, Cinema Australia are giving you the chance to win yourself a copy of one of the year’s best films, The Pretend One! The Pretend One is a feature length magic realist drama following Charlie and her imaginary friend Hugo who growing up on an isolated cotton farm. When a new man…

Back of the Net (Competition now closed)

Thanks to Umbrella Entertainment we are giving our readers the chance to win an in-season double pass to Back of the Net, a film about friendship, teamwork, romance and most importantly being yourself, in Cinemas April 18. After hopping on a bus to Harold Soccer Academy instead of Harold Academy Australian Semester at Sea, science fanatic, Cory…

Reflections in the Dust (Competition Now Closed)

The government tried to stop you witnessing this odyssey into a dark side of our country. They failed. Enter below for your chance to win a double pass to see director Luke Sullivan’s unsettling new film Reflections in the Dust when it crashes cinemas on March 7. An unspoken event has caused civilisation to crumble,…

Competition: Book Week (Now Closed)

We’re giving readers the chance to win a Book Week DVD signed by director Heath Davis! When it looks like his novel is going to be published, high school English teacher and once famous novelist – Nicholas Cutler – thinks his luck has finally changed. But what promises to be the best week of his life…

Competition! Jimmy Barnes: Working Class Boy

After receiving soaring reviews and widespread critical acclaim during its August theatrical run, the feature documentaryJimmy Barnes: Working Class Boy,is finally available to own from this Wednesday, 14 November. Australians now have the chance to view the documentary at home and learn how the once unknown boy, James Dixon Swan, became the Aussie icon we know…