5 things you need to know about Maybe Tomorrow

Cinema Australia Original Content: by Matthew Eeles As a young couple struggle with the demands of life with a new baby, they plow forward on production for their latest self-funded independent feature film. Maybe Tomorrow is directed by Caitlin Farrugia and Michael Jones. 1. This is Michael Jones and Caitlin Farrugia’s fourth feature film Filmmaking runs through…

9 Australian films we can’t wait to see in 2019

2019 is set to be a huge year for Australian cinema with so many great films set for release. Here’s nine films sitting high on our must-see list for the year. It should be noted that our list from last year featured a bunch of films that weren’t released including The Nightingale, Little Monsters and…

Blazing Arrow has announced its new dramedy Maybe Tomorrow

Cinema Australia Original Content: Article by Matthew Eeles Caught Lazybones yet? How about Wolf? They’re both available to stream. So Long played at the Melbourne Queer Film Festival in March this year and it was a little ripper. Did you see it? Have you heard of Blazing Arrow? If you frequent this site you should…

Interview: Michael Jones and Caitlin Farrugia (Lazybones)

It’s only fitting Lazybones has it’s first screening at one of Melbourne’s major new film festivals. The sharp new Australian film captures the city it’s set in with beautiful simplicity – from it’s busting night markets to its sleepy outer suburbs. We caught up with the film’s creators Caitlin Farrugia (writer/producer) and Michael Jones (writer/director) ahead of tomorrow…