Competition: Book Week (Now Closed)

We’re giving readers the chance to win a Book Week DVD signed by director Heath Davis! When it looks like his novel is going to be published, high school English teacher and once famous novelist – Nicholas Cutler – thinks his luck has finally changed. But what promises to be the best week of his life…

Book Week Q&A (Competition Now Closed)

Thanks to Bonsai Films we are giving readers the chance to a double pass to a special advance screening of Book Week which includes a Q&A with writer/director Heath Davis. When it looks like his novel is going to be published, high school English teacher and once famous novelist – Nicholas Cutler – thinks his…

Book Week Q&A set for Perth

A cantankerous English teacher and disgraced author must show he’s a changed man if his current manuscript is to be published, that is the premise of Book Week – the latest film from writer/director Heath Davis (Broke).    Davis will participate in an exclusive Q&A screening on Monday 19 November at Luna Cinemas Leederville.   The…

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…

Four days of film set for Noosa with the 3rd NIFF program released

The highly anticipated program for the 3rd Noosa International Film Festival (25-28 October) has been released with tickets on sale Friday 7 September. This year boasts a stellar line up of 80 films from 20 countries over a four-day festival weekend across Noosa and Eumundi venues. “This year’s festival is better than ever with seven…

Here’s your complete list of Australian feature films screening at MIFF

Celebrating its 67th year, The Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) has today unveiled its 2018 program. Featuring 254 feature films, 120 shorts and 19 virtual reality experiences, the festival will include 27world premieres and 168 Australian premieres over 18 action-packed days of cinema. Here’s your complete list of Australian feature films screening at MIFF. For…