Big stars back for Season 2 of hit comedy Squinters

ABC in association with Screen Australia and Create NSW are pleased to announce filming is underway on the new season of Jungle Entertainment’s Squinters, the acclaimed, hit comedy series that celebrates the comically mundane ritual of the daily work commute. Created by Trent O’Donnell (No Activity, The Moodys) and Adam Zwar (Wilfred, Lowdown), Squinters Season…

One Less God & The Merger (Competition Now Closed)

Thanks to our friends at Umbrella Entertainment, we’re giving away copies of The Merger and One Less God on Blu-ray. The Merger Directed by Mark Grentell and starring Damian Callinan, Fayssal Bazzi, Kate Mulvany and John Howard, The Merger is the hilarious & heart felt story of a struggling town: the drought won’t let up,…

First Look! Cast announced for H is for Happiness

The new Australian family film, H is for Happiness, has commenced principal photography in the picturesque coastal town of Albany, in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. The colourful film is the debut feature from well-known theatre director John Sheedy, whose feel-good short film Mrs McCutcheon garnered glowing reviews and accolades in Australia and…

Capricorn Film Festival short film finalists announced

CAPS Short Film Competition international and local finalists have been announced for Central Queensland’s weekend of cinema. The annual Capricorn Film Festival gives residents the chance to support filmmakers from around the region and from all over the world. It also allows for local filmmakers, seasoned and beginner, to enter their short films into the…

Sunday Shorts: The Greta Fragments

Directed by Nic Barker Starring Honor Wolff, Isabelle Ford, Alex Cooper and Kaarin Fairfax. The Greta Fragments is a story about finding yourself, then having to do it all over again. Article by Nic Barker I’ve always been interested in the sort of filmmaking that allows for a lot of spontaneity and freedom on the day.…

First look at Paul Ireland’s M4M

First images have been revealed for M4M – director Paul Ireland’s followup to the critically acclaimed Pawno. M4M is a modern update of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure set in a housing commission block in Prahran. In the film an unlikely love ignites between a modern muslim girl and a local musician amongst the background of racial…