Peyton List shoots family film in Australia

Peyton List shoots family film in Australia

The popular young actor best known for Disney's Jessie and Bunk'd, and YouTube's Cobra Kai, to headline new film from the makers of Rip Tide and Back of the Net.
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Shriek! <i>The Faceless Man</i> Announces Halloween Screening

Shriek! The Faceless Man Announces Halloween Screening

One of the fastest selling Monster Fest titles, James Di Martino’s new Ozploitation flick will roll out the red carpet in Melbourne on Halloween for a special costume themed screening.
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How Do You Get 18-30 Year Olds Back Into Cinemas?

How Do You Get 18-30 Year Olds Back Into Cinemas?

According to a brand experience agency which has recently conducted research by speaking with over 2000 young Australians, the answer is physical experience and social value.
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Andrew Lincoln to shoot <i>Penguin Bloom</i> in Sydney

Andrew Lincoln to shoot Penguin Bloom in Sydney

The British Walking Dead actor has signed on to star opposite Naomi Watts in the adaptation of the internationally bestselling photography narrative book.
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Australian Wins UCLA Writing Competition

Australian Wins UCLA Writing Competition

Brisbane's Ellen Shanley takes out Writing for Television Drama Pilot award as part of UCLA's Professional Program.
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Japanese Film Festival Launches 2019 Fringe Program

Japanese Film Festival Launches 2019 Fringe Program

In the lead up to their 2019 main event, the popular festival will be screening 3 recent Japanese hits in Sydney throughout July and August.
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<i>Judas Collar</i> Takes Top Prize at 2019 St Kilda Film Festival

Judas Collar Takes Top Prize at 2019 St Kilda Film Festival

The Western Australian film about a camel’s lot in Australia has won Best Short Film and Best Director at the 36th SKFF, the final hurrah for Festival Director Paul Harris.
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St Kilda Film Festival Announces Nominees for Top Australian Short Films

St Kilda Film Festival Announces Nominees for Top Australian Short Films

The Academy Awards qualifying event has announced the short list of films in the running for more than $50,000 worth of cash and prizes across 13 categories.
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Help Get <i>Brolga</i> Made

Help Get Brolga Made

Indigenous themed, eight years in the making scifi short film looks amazing (and there's even footage from Chernobyl, which is, um, so hot right now), and is seeking finishing funds.
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Web Series: <i>Real Melbourne</i>

Web Series: Real Melbourne

Mockumentary series equal parts Park & Recreation and Chris Lilley debuts online.
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