Michael Caton joins the Capricorn Film Festival as Festival Patron

Capricorn Film Festival has announced that screen and television legend, Michael Caton will join the team as Festival Parton. After five years of operating Central Queensland’s premiere film arts event, founder Luke Graham said he is very proud to have the Australian icon as their Festival Patron for the Capricorn Film Festival moving forward. “We…

Miranda Richardson has joined the cast of Rams

Internationally acclaimed English actress Miranda Richardson will join Sam Neill and Michael Caton in a unique reimagining of award-winning Icelandic film Rams (Hrútar), currently shooting in Mt Barker in Western Australia’s Great Southern region.    With two Oscar nominations, multiple Olivier, BAFTA and Golden Globe nominations and awards, and a career spanning nearly four decades on stage…

Rams leaps into production as cast announced

Sam Neill and Michael Caton lead the flock as brothers in a unique reimagining of award winning Icelandic film Rams (Hrútar). Produced by dynamic production company WBMC, filming commenced this week in Western Australia’s Great Southern region. An English-language adaptation of the successful Icelandic film Hrútar, winner of the 2015 Un Certain Regard Award at…

Three Summers (Competition Now Closed)

Thanks to Transmission films, we’re giving readers the chance to win one of ten in-season double passes to see Ben Elton’s new Australian comedy, Three Summers. From internationally renowned writer/director Ben Elton comes Three Summers, an ensemble comedy that embraces the diversity of modern Australia. At a summer music festival, the feisty lead singer of…

Three Summers set to kick off national Q&A tour in hometown

A major national tour is underway this month for Ben Elton’s big-hearted ensemble comedy Three Summers, ahead of a hometown screening on Thursday October 26 at the Grand Cygnet Cinemas in Como. This will kick off a week of Q&A screenings and appearances at Perth cinemas, including a special charity screening in Mandurah for the…

JUST ANNOUNCED! Feature films in competition for 2017 AACTAs

The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) today announced the nominees for Best Feature Length Documentary as well as the feature films in competition for this year’s AACTA Awards. Reinforcing a strong year for Australian documentary and following changes to the nominations process to introduce a Documentary Branch, AACTA has announced five nominees…