Peter Gurbiel’s Home returns to where it all began

Cinema Australia Original Content: Home was first discovered on the stage from a contemporary adaptation of Belgian playwright Maurice Maeterlinck’s 1894 one-act play Intérieur. Full of crushing innocence and fleeting flourished of life masquerading between the darker recesses of death and the human condition, such was its impact that it had that writer and director…

Never Too Late for this all-star cast

The South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) today announced that production of feature film comedy drama Never Too Late will take place in South Australia, with the shoot to commence this month. Described as cross between Grumpy Old Men and The Great Escape, Never Too Late is the riotous story of four heroic Vietnam veterans, famous for…

Competition! Win The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith on Blu-ray (Now closed)

Thanks to Umbrella Entertainment we’ve got a few copies of Fred Schepisi’s internationally-acclaimed The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith to give away. Fred Schepisi’s internationally acclaimed masterpiece, based on the novel by Thomas Keneally, is the shocking tale of an indigenous man driven to madness and revenge. Jimmie Blacksmith (Tommy Lewis) is a young Aboriginal half-caste…

Actor Focus: Charles Terrier

The sky’s the limit for Terrier. Credits Include: Blinder, Neighbours, Wentworth, Interface and Occupation. You can find a full list of credits here. Interview by Matthew Eeles When did you first realise you wanted to become an actor? I think the exact moment for me was when I was 18. I was at the movies…

Review: Swinging Safari

Swinging Safari Written and Directed by Stephan Elliot Produced by Al Clark and Jamie Hilton Starring Radha Mitchell, Guy Pearce, Julian McMahon, Kylie Minogue, Asher Keddie, Jeremy Simms, Jack Thompson, Atticus Robb and Darcy Wilson “Bonkers! One of the funniest Australian comedies in years.”   by Matthew Eeles 2018 is set to be a big year for…

2018 program announced for the Melbourne Women in Film Festival

The Melbourne Women in Film Festival (MWFF) has announce its 2018 festival program. Taking place from 22 to 25 February at venues across Melbourne’s CBD including ACMI Federation Square, Hoyts Melbourne Central and RMIT University, MWFF celebrates and supports the work of women screen practitioners across all disciplines in the industry, including directors, writers, producers,…