It took much more than a simple audition to nab the lead role in Alastair Newton Brown’s Here Be Dragons.
Succession may be finished, but the Scottish actor still has a lot to offer, including the lead in feature film Prisoner’s Daughter, opposite Kate Beckinsale.
If Baz Luhrmann may currently appear to be enchanted by Saudi Arabia’s deep pockets and shiny new filmmaking capabilities – especially while he serves as jury president at the Red Sea Film Festival – then he spoke exclusively to FilmInk to assure us that he has no plans of abandoning Australia.
Almost two years since The Slap that was heard around the world, Smith emerged at the Red Sea International Film Festival with his sense of humour and faith in the future fully restored.
Ever since Santa Claus left a baton under a young Bradley Cooper’s Christmas tree, everything has led to the Leonard Bernstein biopic for the Oscar-nominated actor.
The Kiwi-born, Australia-based filmmaker went back to his roots for his most successful film yet, Uproar.
The Sydney filmmaker is on a roll with Love is in the Air trending worldwide on Netflix and A Royal in Paradise hitting cinema screens around Australia.
When Australian production company Painting in Pictures was approached by Elon Musk’s XPrize with a proposition to create a documentary for a Carbon Removal Challenge featuring the WhaleX team, filmmaking duo Kirsty B Carter and Joe Harrison were enthusiastic to get on board.
The veteran screenwriter/director returns with Master Gardener, starring Sigourney Weaver and Joel Edgerton.
The veteran leftwing British filmmaker behind such classics as Kes, My Name Is Joe and Sweet Sixteen, is back with The Old Oak.