Glee creator Ian Brennan joins Library of Love

Cottesloe Films is delighted to announce the addition of Ian Brennan to the Library of Love cast, a day ahead of principal photography.    Ian is an American television writer, producer and director best known for his work on the American television shows Glee and Scream Queens. His acting credits include Glee, Cooties, CSI: NY, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and Save The Last Dance 2. Library of Love is an…

Tony Ayres’ Cut Snake Q&As for Sydney and Melbourne

Cut Snake is a gripping crime thriller, and the third feature film from award-winning Australian director, Tony Ayres. Shot on location in and around Melbourne, it tells the story of one man’s struggle to put the past behind him. Before it releases in Australian cinemas on September 24, audiences in Sydney and Melbourne will have the opportunity…

Mystery Road cleans up at the AFCA awards

Mystery Road was the big winner of last nights Australian Film Critics Association Film & Writing Awards. Ivan Sen’s below average, dusty thriller took home six major awards including Best Film and Best Cinematography. Being a male dominated film the only two local awards Mystery Road didn’t take out were Best Actress (Nicole Kidman, The Railway…

Win The Turning on Blu-ray

Tim Winton’s The Turning is released on DVD and Blu-Ray today. Discover an extraordinary filmmaking collaboration in TIM WINTON’S THE TURNING. Eighteen talented Australian directors from diverse artistic disciplines each create a chapter of the hauntingly beautiful novel by multi award-winning author Tim Winton. The linking and overlapping stories explore the extraordinary turning points in…

The Turning on ABC1

Those who missed Robert Connolly’s adaptation of Tim Winton’s The Turning at the cinema are in for a treat this Sunday night… and you don’t even have to leave you home. ABC1 will be screening the omnibus on Sunday, 23rd February at 9.40. Seventeen talented Australian directors from diverse artistic disciplines each create a chapter…

Trailer Talk: AACTA best film nominees

Tomorrow night will decide whether or not Baz Lurhmann will have to add an extension to his house as the second round of AACTA awards are announced. After the American produced The Great Gatsby took home every feature film award at Tuesday’s first announcement – or the ones considered too boring for television – Cinema Australia is hoping…