Exclusive first look! Making Moon Rock for Monday

Cinema Australia Original Content: Help us continue to cover more Australian films by making a donation to Cinema Australia below.  by Matthew Eeles Two guys walk into a bar in Manly, Sydney. This isn’t the beginning of a joke, but the beginning of a friendship that would lead to the making of new Australian drama, Moon Rock…

Galactic Baby launches today

Lauren Elliott has today officially launched Galactic Baby, a new Western Australian production company at http://www.galacticbaby.com.au Galactic Baby specialises in the development and production of scripted film and television with a distinct comedic tone. Since announcing her plans to launch Galactic Baby in July, Lauren has been developing an exciting new slate and has already…

World premiere announced for Ian Watson’s Unsound

Help us continue to cover more Australian films by making a donation to Cinema Australia below.  New Australian feature film Unsound will have its world premiere at next year’s Madi Gras Film Festival which runs from 13 – 27 February 2020. Unsound​ is a unique Australian movie that follows the lives of two young people at a…

Cameras roll on monster shark thriller Great White

Help us continue to cover more Australian films by making a donation to Cinema Australia below.  Production has commenced on the much anticipated feature film Great White, from Thrills & Spills and Piccadilly Pictures. US ’30 Rock’ actress Katrina Bowden will star in the action packed survival thriller, which will be shot in studio as well as…

Psychological horror Sweet River commences shooting

Help us continue to cover more Australian films by making a donation to Cinema Australia below.  Production is underway in the Byron Bay and Tweed Heads region on the new psychological horror Sweet River, starring UK actor Lisa Kay (Heartbeat, Indian Summers), Martin Sacks (Blue Heelers, Underbelly) and Genevieve Lemon (Top of the Lake, The Dressmaker). Kay…

Bilched is about to hit cinemas – Here’s where you can see it

New Australian dramedy Bilched will be released nationally from November 21. Directed by Jeremy Cumpston and written by Hal Cumpston, Bilched is wild ride through the last days of High School with anti-hero Hal alongside his slacker/jock mates. Amongst the hilarious universal teenage stupidity and chaos of the penultimate end-of-school house party, it becomes glaringly obvious…