In Like Flynn (Competition Now Closed)

Thanks to Umbrella Entertainment we have a bunch of in-season double passes to give away to new Aussie adventure film, In Like Flynn. In 1930, in the jungles of Papua New Guinea, whilst serving as a guide for a Hollywood producer, a young Errol Flynn discovers a map on a dead prospector that he believes…

Rams leaps into production as cast announced

Sam Neill and Michael Caton lead the flock as brothers in a unique reimagining of award winning Icelandic film Rams (Hrútar). Produced by dynamic production company WBMC, filming commenced this week in Western Australia’s Great Southern region. An English-language adaptation of the successful Icelandic film Hrútar, winner of the 2015 Un Certain Regard Award at…

Blazing Arrow has announced its new dramedy Maybe Tomorrow

Cinema Australia Original Content: Article by Matthew Eeles Caught Lazybones yet? How about Wolf? They’re both available to stream. So Long played at the Melbourne Queer Film Festival in March this year and it was a little ripper. Did you see it? Have you heard of Blazing Arrow? If you frequent this site you should…

Special screening for Davo Hardy’s A Silent Agreement announced

Director Davo Hardy’s breakthrough Aussie drama A Silent Agreement is getting a prestigious screening at the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) on October 26, 2018. The event is a celebration of the strength of the human spirit, the Deaf community and the importance of communication in every aspect of our lives. From relationships…

Capricorn Film Festival submissions closing soon!

Filmmakers! You have just over two weeks left to get your feature, short and documentary entries submitted for the 2018 Capricorn Film Festival. After the triumph of last year’s record breaking submissions including 30 short films made by regional Queensland’s for the CAPS Short Film Festival’s two Central Queenslander only categories, CAPS Junior and CAPS Open,…