Top cast join Wayne Blair’s Top End Wedding

Kerry Fox (Cloud Street), Ursula Yovich (Australia), Shari Sebbens (Redfern Now), Huw Higginson (A Place To Call Home) and Elaine Crombie (Black Comedy) are set to join Miranda Tapsell (The Sapphires) when production begins this month on Wayne Blair’s Top End Wedding. Top End Wedding is co-written by Tapsell and Joshua Tyler (Plonk) and tells…

Miranda Tapsell and Wayne Blair reunite for Top End Wedding

Goalpost Pictures Australia have announced that Top End Wedding, the new feature film co-written by and starring Miranda Tapsell, co-written by Joshua Tyler and directed by Wayne Blair, will go into production early in the new year after securing major investment funding from Screen Australia. Tapsell starred in the Goalpost Pictures box office hit The…

RAW recipients announced

RAW, an incredible national opportunity for millennial Indigenous filmmakers wanting to break into the industry, today announced that 21-year-old student Enoch Mailangi, descendent of Bwgcolman and raised in the heart of the city of Sydney in Waterloo, has been chosen to have his web series concept developed and pitched to the ABC. The decision was made…

Peninsula Short Film Fest returns for 2017

The Sphere Peninsula Short Film Fest is Victoria’s largest public short film screening and will be held for the sixth year running in Rosebud from Friday 3 February to Sunday 5 February 2017. Promising filmmakers will showcase their work in front of a panel of luminaries who will award individuals in a total of nine…

Indigenous film and culture explored at CinéfestOZ

CinéfestOZ film festival introduces an exciting program of Indigenous film and culture as part of this year’s festival. IndigifestOZ celebrates and builds awareness of Australian culture through Aboriginal film, art, music and food, and by recognising artists creating important work. CinéfestOZ Deputy Chair Helen Shervington said IndigifestOZ provides a showcase for Indigenous film and other…

CinéfestOZ Film Prize jury announced including Sarah Snook and Wayne Blair

CinéfestOZ is delighted to announce the CinéfestOZ Film Prize jury who will decide on the winner of the Festival’s second annual $100,000 Film Prize. Jury Chair, Festival Patron and acclaimed Australian actor, David Wenham will be joined on the jury by actress Sarah Snook (Predestination, These Final Hours), writer/actor/director Wayne Blair (Redfern Now, The Sapphires), actor/casting director Annie Murtagh-Monks (Director of Skills & Engagement at…