Here’s your complete list of Australian films screening at this year’s Gold Coast Film Festival

This year’s Gold Coast Film Festival boasts an impressive lineup of new Australian films. Opening this year’s festival is Mairi Cameron’s The Second, written by My Mistress scribe Stephen Elliot. It’s a tight psychological thriller starring Australian acting veterans Racheal Blake, Susie Porter, Vince Colosimo and Martin Sacks. Hot off the heels of its successful…

Interview: Shannon Ashlyn & Ben Mortley

Your partner comes home and they tell you they’ve cheated on you. It’s a situation we all fear and how we respond can either define us or break us. New Australian drama Zelos explores the issue, and the unexpected life changes people are faced with in this situation, through the eyes of Bernard and Shannon, played…

Ben Mortley stars in this exclusive clip from Zelos!

The makers of Zelos have given us an exclusive clip of their new dramedy to share with our readers. We’ve also got a list of cinemas screening the film from September 7 including the Great Barrier Reef Film Festival. Find out where you can catch it below. Great Barrier Reef Film Festival Thurs 7th Sept…

A new trailer and poster have arrived for Zelos

A new trailer and a fresh new poster has dropped for Zelos ahead of the film’s world premiere at the Great Barrier Reef Film Festival on September 7. The new Australian coming-of-age comedy is the feature film debut for director Jo-Anne Brechin whose short film credits include Booth, This Dog’s Life, Birthday Party and Hard…

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…

Zelos filmmakers are breaking the mould

by Matthew Eeles Few things are rarer in Australian cinema than a film directed by a woman, with men having dominated the industry for more than four decades. Gender inequality in the Australian film industry has been well reported recently and the staggeringly low number of films made by women in this country – just 14%…