Latest trailer of Will ‘Easy A, Peter Rabbit’ Gluck’s Sydney-shot (oh, really?!) romantic comedy starring Sydney Sweeney and Top Gun Maverick‘s Glen Powell looks far more promising, and we even get glimpses of locals Bryan Brown, Rachel Griffiths, Joe Davidson and model Charlee Fraser.
This is the kind of story that could easily be misinterpreted as an exercise of macho posturing, where everyone eats broken glass with whiskey and has a voice like a five o’clock shadow. Instead, while nebulous in some regards, Pepper and crew treat their characters with depth.
Luke Sparke’s (Occupation) latest attempt to bring Hollywood to Brisbane sees Barry Pepper star as a getaway driver with a conscience, whose latest assignment has him driving a young unsuspecting man (newcomer Jamie Costa) towards a certain fall a la The Last Detail. The film also stars Sam Neill, Rachel Griffiths, Liam McIntyre and Sparke regular Zac Garred, who also co-produces.
Luke Sparke directs, with Sam Neill and Rachel Griffiths also starring in mob thriller.
Well, not quite, but she does star in the new four-part series screening on SBS which signals a new direction for Australian television.
Teresa Palmer and Sam Neill star in Rachel Griffiths’ horse-racing biopic.
Horror, thrillers, comedy, and real life dramas get a cash injection in the latest funding round.
The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume One is an eye-opener for what’s possible in Australian cinema when you have a maverick with filmmaking chops driving it.