Six things you never knew about Death in Brunswick

This month’s Australian Revelations, presented by Revelation Perth International Film Festival, celebrates the late, great John Clark in the classic piece of Australian cinema. Sam Neill and Zoe Carides stars alongside Clark in this story where the road to love is never smooth and where a strange trip down cemetery lane gives us one of…

Actor Focus: Tim Kano

“I had recently returned to Melbourne when I got the Neighbours audition, so it was like the stars aligning.” Interview by Joanne Kmaid What inspired you to spread your wings outside New Zealand, your hometown? During my childhood my parents travelled a lot, so I’d often go with them. I went to primary school in…

The Crowdfunders: Granny

As a non-profit website dedicated to the support and promotion of Australian made films, Cinema Australia rarely gets the opportunity to throw cash at crowdfunding projects. Trust us, if we had the money we’d be executive producers on almost every new Australian film calling for supporters through the myriad of crowdfunding platforms available on the interwebs. That’s…

The Crowdfunders: Mutt

As a non-profit website dedicated to the support and promotion of Australian made films, Cinema Australia rarely gets the opportunity to throw cash at crowdfunding projects. Trust us, if we had the money we’d be executive producers on almost every new Australian film calling for supporters through the myriad of crowdfunding platforms available on the interwebs. That’s…

Exclusive! Your first look at Beast No More

“Evil, strong, ruthless.” – Meet Blanch, Beast No More’s intriguing new villain. Before you see the exclusive images from Aaron Warwick’s Beast No More below, we asked actress Erin Connor (The Suicide Theory, Rise, Space/Time) to share her on-set experiences filming the new Australian horror thriller. Some mystery still surrounds the film’s plot but what we do know…

Exclusive! Meet the cast of Can’t Win. Do Try.

JJ DeCeglie’s Can’t Win. Do Try. is a hilarious Perth-set comedy shot during a scorching West Australian summer. Bunked up in a rented Cottesloe abode, the cast and crew – many who have never worked on a feature film – formed a tight bond and created lifetime memories which they share below. “We spent much time getting…

Interview: Rolf de Heer

“People are interesting, everybody is interesting.”  Rolf de Heer was in Perth recently for a Perth International Arts Festival Film Masterclass where de Heer and collaborator Molly Reynolds discussed their work with Fenella Kernebone. Audiences enjoyed hearing their experiences filming in remote Australia and collaborating with Indigenous communities – and hearing what it means to be a…