The new Locusts trailer is the best one yet

Help us continue to bring you more Australian film coverage by making a donation to Cinema Australia below.  A new trailer has dropped for Locusts ahead of its theatrical release. An outback crime-thriller from writer and producer Angus Watts and director Heath Davis, Locusts follows two estranged brothers who are reluctantly reunited in their remote hometown…

Welcome to Serenity Crossing – The brand new Locusts trailer is here!

Following a short, sharp teaser a few months back, the first feature length trailer has dropped for Locusts. Directed by Heath Davis (Book Week) from a screenplay by first time feature film writer Angus Watts, Locusts follows tech entrepreneur Ryan (Ben Geurens) who reluctantly returns to his remote hometown for his father’s funeral when old family tensions…

Perth! Heath Davis’ Broke is heading your way

Earlier in the year, Revelation Perth International Film Festival held a screening on Heath Davis’ Broke to a sellout crowd. If you missed it you’ll be happy to know another screening is being held next month at Event Cinemas, Innaloo on Wednesday, 12 October at 6.30pm. Ticket details below. An ageing rail worker, Cec, finds…

Heath Davis’ Broke announced as next Australian Revelations title

Revelation Perth International Film Festival, in association with Cinema Australia, presents Australian Revelations as a celebration of Australian film via monthly screenings. New Australian film Broke will have its Western Australian premiere at Australian Revelations on 26 April. Gambling, footy and the sometimes lonely environments of the suburbs form the backdrop of this terrific new Australian dramatic feature. Selected for screening at multiple festivals around…

Go for Broke! We chat with director Heath Davis as the brand new trailer drops for his new film

The first trailer has dropped for Australian filmmaker Heath Davis’ Broke. It’s well edited, full of drama and boosts our anticipation for what’s sure to be one of the best films of the year. Davis has managed to lure in an impressive cast for his feature film debut including Steve Le Marquand, Claire van der Boom, Brendan Cowell, Steve Bastoni and screen veteran Max…

9 Australian films we can’t wait to see in 2016

What a year 2015 was for Australian cinema. Box office records were smashed thanks to Mad Max: Fury Road, George Miller’s contemporary interpretation of his 1979 classic, and Jocelyn Moorhouse’s The Dressmaker. Each film was headlined by international heavyweights including Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron and Kate Winslet respectively. It was a massive year for indi-filmaking in Australia…