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…

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…

The new Locusts trailer is the best one yet

Help us continue to bring you more Australian film coverage by making a donation to Cinema Australia below.  A new trailer has dropped for Locusts ahead of its theatrical release. An outback crime-thriller from writer and producer Angus Watts and director Heath Davis, Locusts follows two estranged brothers who are reluctantly reunited in their remote hometown…

Trailer of the Day: Bilched

Directed by Jeremy Cumpston Written by Hal Cumpston Starring Hal Cumpston, Frederick Du Rietz, Mitzi Ruhlmann, Holly White, Malcolm Kennard, Alan Dukes, Rhys Muldoon and Jeremy Sims A wild ride through the last days of year 12 with our anti-hero Hal alongside his slacker/jock mates. Amongst the hilarious universal teenage stupidity and chaos of the…

Welcome to Serenity Crossing – The brand new Locusts trailer is here!

Following a short, sharp teaser a few months back, the first feature length trailer has dropped for Locusts. Directed by Heath Davis (Book Week) from a screenplay by first time feature film writer Angus Watts, Locusts follows tech entrepreneur Ryan (Ben Geurens) who reluctantly returns to his remote hometown for his father’s funeral when old family tensions…

It’s here! The Book Week trailer has arrived

It’s here! Bonsai Films has dropped the first trailer for upcoming Australian black comedy, Book Week – arguably the year’s most outstanding Australian film. Written and directed by Heath Davis (Broke, Locusts), Book Week stars Alan Dukes (Last Cab to Darwin), Rhys Muldoon (House Husbands), Airlie Dodds (Killing Ground), Rose Riley (The Death and Life…