Sunday Shorts: Ascendant

Directed by Josh Zammit Written by Josh Zammit and Samuel Loveridge Produced by Samuel Loveridge and Josh Zammit Starring Harry Greenwood In a bleak industrial future, a lone man wanders a recently abandoned greyhound track, chasing former glory, only to be confronted by what he finds. Director’s Statement Development on Ascendant began in early 2014.…

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…

Exclusive Short Film Release! Watch Harrows Forest here

Written, Produced and Directed by Taya Calder-Mason Starring Ezekiel Simat, Jelena Milinkovic, Drew Wilson and Taya Calder-Mason Harrows Forest tells the story of a group of friends who set out to uncover the truth that lies within the woods of Harrows Forest, but what they find is much more disturbing than they ever imagined. Article by Taya…

Review: Locusts

Locusts Directed by Heath Davis Written by Angus Watts Starring Ben Geurens, Jessica McNamee, Nathanil Dean, Andy McPhee, Justin Rosniak, Steve LeMarquand, Damian Hill and Alan Dukes. “Playing like some mongrel hybrid between Wake in Fright and Get Carter, Davis’ latest turns familiar narrative earth – alienated scion returns to a hostile hometown and old…

Cinema Australia Podcast Episode #40: Mike Green

Help us continue to cover more Australian films by making a donation to Cinema Australia below.  In this episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast host Matthew Eeles is joined by independent filmmaker Mike Green to discuss his new thriller, Outback. Mike Green previously worked on award winning short film Mother, starring Maya Strange and the great Eddie…

Horror returns to the Drive-In with Halloween double bill

Help us continue to cover more Australian films by making a donation to Cinema Australia below.  Two independently-produced Australian horror films will invade the Dromana Drive-In on Halloween with a double bill featuring The Faceless Man and No Such Thing as Monsters. James Di Martino’s The Faceless Man follows a group of friends terrorised by rural locals…