Help celebrate Rev’s 20th anniversary

Revelation Perth International Film Festival will today launch a crowdfunding campaign that aims to raise $20,000 for the Festival’s 20thanniversary. The campaign will go live at 7pm WST on the Indiegogo platform during Revelation’s monthly Australian Revelations screening and will run for 30 days. Funds raised will go towards supporting a multitude of events including key speakers and seminars,…

Bruce Beresford set to direct Ladies in Black

Academy Award® nominated director Bruce Beresford (Breaker Morant, Puberty Blues, Tender Mercies, Driving Miss Daisy) will bring to life Madeleine St John’s 1993 best-selling Australian novel The Women in Black after securing major production investment funding from Screen Australia. Produced by Allanah Zitserman and Samson Productions’ Sue Milliken, Ladies in Black will be Beresford’s first…

Cameras set to roll on Choir Girl

Cameras are set to roll on John Fraser’s feature film debut, Choir Girl. Shot in various locations around Melbourne the black and white arthouse feature film will star Peter Flaherty (The Legend of Ben Hall) as the film’s main character Eugene, Krista Vendy (Fat Pizza), Kim Valentine (Neighbours), Andy McPhee (Animal Kingdom) and Roger Ward (Mad Max). Written…

Exclusive clip! Introducing EMO The Musical’s Mrs Doyle

Cinema Australia readers have been treated to a fresh clip from EMO The Musical. The short scene introduces us to the film’s worryingly depressed teacher, Mrs Doyle, as she tries to peddle alternative therapies to her students. In the film, Mrs Doyle is played by Bridie Carter who’s best known for her role as Tess Silverman McLeod in McLeod’s…

You’re Not Thinking Straight is now available via VOD

Luke Sullivan’s You’re Not Thinking Straight is now available for your viewing pleasure via iTunes. You’re Not Thinking Straight follows Zack (George Ronsin), a nineteen-year-old whose life hasn’t been to kind to him. He’s been made homeless after his disturbed mother boots him to curb in a rather senseless effort to make him a man. It’s on the streets…

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…