Trailer of the Day: Blue World Order

Blue World Order Directed by Ché Baker and Dallas Bland Written by Ché Baker, Dallas Bland and Sarah Mason Produced by Ché Baker, Tim Maddocks, Sarah Mason and Matthew Reilly Starring Billy Zane, Bruce Spence, Jack Thompson, Jake Ryan and Stephen Hunter After a nuclear war decimated the northern hemisphere, the surviving population in the south become…

Limited East Coast season announced for Australian psychological thriller, Backtrack

New Australian psychological thriller, Backtrack will screen exclusively for one-week across select Palace Cinemas from 16-22 June. The strictly limited one-week cinema release will be followed by digital and disc releases on August 3, a non-traditional pattern designed to make the film available to a broader audience across all channels without delay.  Producer Jamie Hilton said, “We’re excited to…

Retro Review: Newsfront

Newsfront Directed by: Phillip Noyce Written by: David Elfick, Bob Ellis, Philippe Mora and Philip Noyce Produced by: Richard Brennan and David Elfick Starring: Bill Hunter, Wendy Hughs, Gerard Kennedy, Chris Haywood, John Ewart, Angela Punch McGregor, Bryan Brown, Bruce Spence and Steve Bisley. Written by David Morgan-Brown: Apparently one of Harrison Ford’s favourite films, this…

Trailer of the Day: Backtrack

Backtrack Written and directed by: Michael Petroni Starring: Adrian Brody, Sam Neill, George Shevtsov, Robin McLeavy, Chloe Bayliss, Bruce Spence and Jenni Baird Psychologist Peter Bower’s life is thrown into turmoil when he discovers that the patients he has been seeing are ghosts. Risking his own sanity, Peter delves into his past to uncover a terrifying…

Finalists announced for $100,000 CinéfestOZ Film Prize 2015

CinéfestOZ has announced the five finalists in contention for its second annual $100,000 Film Prize. Backtrack, Now Add Honey, Pawno, MIFF@CinefestOZ film Putuparri and the Rainmakers and The Daughter have been shortlisted for Australia’s biggest film prize, to be announced at the festival on Saturday, 29th August. The Film Prize is awarded to the producer of an Australian feature…

Interview: Ivan Sen

“The next one is a science fiction film. An action romance in the vein of Blade Runner.” Interview by Matthew Eeles Mystery Road is obviously a genre film. What influences were there in your decision to step in to the realm of genre film making? For me it’s more of a stepping stone to fully blown…