Eddie Izzard, Emily Taheny and Hugh Sheridan get The Call Back

Acclaimed British actor, comedian and writer Eddie Izzard will star in The Call Back, the feature debut of writer/director Marion Pilowsky (My Last Five Girlfriends, Sleuth), which begins filming in Adelaide later this month. The Emmy Award-winning Izzard has developed a stellar reputation as a film, television and stage actor, with recent credits including Victoria…

OtherLife is now available for your streaming pleasure

Ben C. Lucas’ Perth-shot sci-fi thriller, OtherLife, has skipped traditional distribution methods and is now available to watch on Netflix. OtherLife follows brilliant software engineer, Ren Amari (Jessica De Gouw) who, haunted by the accident that has left her brother in a coma, creates OtherLife: a substance that allows users to experience hours of new memories…

New poster drops for Greg McLean’s Jungle

Four men venture into the jungle – but the jungle may not want to give them back. Umbrella Pictures has unveiled the key art for the epic real-life story of survival against all odds, Jungle, opening in cinemas nationally November 9. Starring Daniel Radcliffe as young Israeli Yossi Ghinsberg, author of the international best-selling 1996…

One Less God wins Best Film at Byron Bay Film Festival

Australian psychological thriller One Less God has taken out the top honour at the Byron Bay International Film Festival, winning the award for ‘Best Film’. The debut feature by writer/director/producer Lliam Worthington had its Australian premiere at the festival in competition with Greg McLean’s Jungle starring Daniel Radcliffe, the acclaimed Loving Vincent on the life of Van Gogh, the Sundance award-winning film Rumble: The…

Competition! Win Not Quite Hollywood and Dark Age on Blu-ray

Thanks to Umbrella Entertainment, we’re giving readers the chance to win a copy of Not Quite Hollywood and Dark Age on Blu-ray. Not Quite Hollywood is the fast and furious story of OZploitation – an eye-popping celebration of Australian cult films of the ’70s and early ’80s (including Stone, Mad Max and Turkey Shoot). Exploding with adrenaline-pumping…

The Crowdfunders: A Lion Returns

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…