The feature debut from Ben Lawrence looks like it has been inspired by his experience of making the brilliant doco Ghosthunter, which also delved into a particular world, with the film's narrative upended after a surprise revelation. Also, it has to be said, looks like it may have been inspired by Ray - Ben's father - Lawrence's classic Lantana.
Back in 2007, we had the pleasure of watching Good Luck With That, stuntie and actor, Igor Breakenback's DIY directorial effort in which he also starred. Now, he's back, continuing his mission of becoming this country's action hero, with Turbines co-starring FilmInk fave, Bianca Bradey. Is this Australia's own On Deadly Ground?!
A new feature length Australian documentary, directed by Ned Donohoe, about medicinal cannabis and a couple of top blokes giving access to it around Australia, is coming to cinemas in October. The emotive trailer went live today.
Premiering at Venice Film Festival, Gaspar Noe's classic has been reverse engineered because, according to Noe, with the original 'many viewers, swamped by the anticlockwise structure of the editing, didn’t understand certain aspects of the story.' What's not to understand, Gaspar?! People with epilepsy, be warned, the trailer features Noe's usual flashing lights.
Ahead of its premiere at Venice, Netflix has dropped a trailer for the new Steven Soderbergh/Scott Z Burns (The Informant, Contagion) collaboration starring Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas. Eat the rich!