Rottofest, Western Australia’s only ‘overseas’ festival that you don’t need a passport for, is calling for comedians, funny people and filmmakers from across Australia to submit comedy short film and filmed sketch entries for this year’s festival to be held on Rottnest Island.
'The Turning', a film adaptation of Tim Winton’s best-selling novel, consists of 17 chapters that each features a different director and stellar cast. It will soon have its World Premiere at the Melbourne International Film Festival and will then release as a unique cinematic event across Australia.
Following its phenomenal success in theatres across the world, I AM ELEVEN - a life–affirming global portrait of humanity at a crucial age - will be launched on May 12 on DVD and iTunes. You are invited to attend the 'In Conversation' at Melbourne's 'Readings' in Carlton.
The life of Australian film-maker Christopher Barnett is one that hasn’t been without it’s difficulties and challenges. However, throughout all his tribulations he has remained resolute in his belief that the Arts can change the world and be a positive force for good, writes Jennifer Lewis.
Set amongst the stunning natural beauty of beach and rainforest in the NSW Northern Rivers region, this year's Byron Bay International Film Festival is a multi-cultural movie marathon, with over 220 cutting edge independent films, 13 world premieres and a record 122 Australian premieres.
The fabulous La Mirada Film Festival returns in November 2012, in a new date slot and on more screens than ever before. Screening at two great venues, La Mirada presents the best and most exciting new Spanish and Latin American films of the last twelve months.
With just a week go until the 59th annual Sydney Film Festival, Film Editor Glenn Dunks peruses the guide and takes a look at his most anticipated titles screening at the festival. Sydney is host to films from 40 countries across the globe, spread across eight venues. We can't wait.
Australian capital cities are swathed in film festivals for countries and regions of every corner of the globe - so why, then, is the Australian Film Festival not as popular as the rest? Shouldn't we, as Australians, be getting behind our local productions? Glenn Dunks chats AFF.
ACMI played host to 'No Home' - a never before seen production showcasing 14 independently produced fashion films by Australian fashion designers and filmmakers. Bianca Villarosa reviews a night of bubbles and inspiration.
Matthew Pejkovic was fortunate enough to sit down with Ben C. Lucas, director of the new Australian thriller, Wasted on the Young, who talked about the making of the film and its themes.
Sarah Kempson previews the Fashion Icons on Film series at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image - showcasing fashion designers who have had a significant impact on the magical industry of fashion. Read more