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…

Interview: Alex Lykos

Cinema Australia Original Content: Unsatisfied with his first feature film experience on Alex & Eve, writer, director, producer and actor Alex Lykos explains how he took complete control of his new Australian romantic comedy, Me & My Left Brain. “The whole process of the making of Alex & Eve did cause some infighting behind the…

Limited release announced for David Parker’s The Menkoff Method

A very limited release has been announced for new Australian feature, The Menkoff Method, opening Thursday 1 December. Directed by David Parker (Malcom), this quirky love story stars Noah Taylor, Catherine McClements and newcomers Lachlan Woods and Jessica Clarke. The film will open with a special event screening and Q&A in Sydney with David Parker and an opening…

Cinema Australia Podcast Episode #7: Damian Hill (Pawno)

Pawno Directed by Paul Ireland Written by Damian Hill Produced by Toothless Pictures Starring John Brumpton, Maeve Dermody, Damian Hill, Malcolm Kennard, Mark Coles Smith, Kerry Armstrong, Tony Rickards, Daniel Frederiksen, Ngoc Phan, Naomi Rukavina, Mark Silveira, John Orcsik, Brad McMurry, Jesse Velik and Peta Brady Pawno is a character driven film about change, hope and identity. Within a day,…

“Nothing less than perfect” – A brand new Pawno trailer has dropped!

Pawno Directed by: Paul Ireland Written by: Damian Hill Produced by: Toothless Pictures Starring: John Brumpton, Maeve Dermody, Malcolm Kennard, Mark Coles Smith, Damian Hill, Tony Rickards, Kerry Armstrong, Naomi Rukavina, Daniel Frederiksen, Ngoc Phan, Brad McMurray, John Orcsik, Mark Silveira and Jesse Velik Pawno is a character driven film about change, hope and identity. Within a day,…

The Crowdfunders: Pawno

As a non-profit website dedicated to the support and promotion of Australian made films, Cinema Australia rarely gets the opportunity to throw cash at crowdfunding projects. Trust us, if we had the money we’d be executive producers on almost every new Australian film calling for supporters through the myriad of crowdfunding platforms available on the interwebs. That’s…