In his introduction to Screen Australia’s 2023 diversity report Seeing Ourselves 2, outgoing CEO Graeme Mason acknowledged that “there is still a long way to go to reach full representation of Australia’s diverse communities. In particular, disability representation remains critically low”.
… might not be the Housos vs Back to the Future mashup you were hoping it was going to be, but it does offer up an alternative and interesting take on sci fi tropes.
In a country criticized for its homophobia and poor human rights record, Baz Luhrmann’s decision to attend this year’s 3rd Red Sea International Film Festival in Saudi Arabia came as a surprise to many industry watchers – as much as to himself.
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.
FilmInk salutes the work of creatives who have never truly received the credit that they deserve. In this installment: screenwriter Angelo Pizzo, who penned Hoosiers and Rudy.
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.
… adds to the mythical monster’s legendary modern track record with a heartfelt and even uplifting story of post-war perseverance.