So, this is where all the money spent on Australian drama went #2. Shot in Sydney, Wes Ball (The Maze Runner) directs this sequel to the trilogy that concluded with 2017’s Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes.
So, this is where all the money spent on Australian drama went. Former stunty David Leitch (Bullet Train) directs, Ryan Gosling, Emily Blunt, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Hannah Waddingham and Sydney star, in this adaptation of the popular ’80s TV show.
It wasn’t long ago that we were complaining that Australia needs to make more Christmas films. Well, Stan. has taken that to heart, releasing at least 1 new Christmas movie every year. Tis the season for the latest one, written by Tegan Higginbotham and directed by Stef Smith, starring Heather Mitchell, Ella Scott Lynch, Max McKenna, Neil Melville, Nicholas Denton, Dushan Philips, Jimmy Rees, Tanya Hennessy, Genevieve Morris, Fiona Choi, Marg Downey, Tahlee Fereday, Bev Killick, Akhilesh Jain, Michael Logo and Tegan Higginbotham.
Trent Dalton’s popular book, set in 1980s Brisbane, has been adapted by John Collee (Master and Commander), with Felix Cameron as Eli, and Simon Baker, Anthony LaPaglia, Travis Fimmel, Phoebe Tonkin, Bryan Brown, Sophie Wilde, Deborah Mailman and Ben O’Toole among the supporting cast.
Writer/Director Robin Summons’ (Occupation) evocative thriller features a powerhouse Kat Stewart in a slice of life thriller that is every parent’s nightmare.
Written and directed by Brian Helgeland (A Knight’s Tale, writer of Mystic River and LA Confidential), starring Tommy Lee Jones, Jenna Ortega, Ben Foster, Clayne Crawford and Australia’s own Toby Wallace, who looks to be the moral compass in this commercial fishermen go rogue dramatic thriller, also featuring INXS’ ‘New Sensation’.
The Australian director of Lion and Mary Magdalene discusses his latest film, grounded sci-fi Foe, starring Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal.
Writer/Director Vidhu Vinod Chopra (3 Idiots, Munna Bhai M.B.B.S.) returns with this eagerly anticipated real-life narrative of IPS Officers
Western Australian filmmakers Nathan Stone and Stuart Campbell mix horror, action, superheroes and clowns (you’ve been warned) to thrilling effect in this psycho animated (using Unreal Engine) film – a scene from a larger feature according to the blurb – starring Adelaide Kane. Strap yourselves in!
We were one of the only media that loved Baz Luhrmann’s Australia, and we stand by our call, however, not really sure about an expanded version, played out over 6 parts on a streaming platform, especially if those digitally faked up kangaroos at the end of this epic trailer are anything to go by.