Ben Young feature Hounds of Love to go into production in 2016

New feature film Hounds of Love is set to start shooting in Western Australia early next year. The project, from writer/director Ben Young and producer Melissa Kelly, has been supported by Screen ...

Sophie Lowe to star in What Lola Wants

It.s all happening for Sophie Lowe. After scoring the lead role in the American ABC network series Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, the English-born, Aussie actress is set to star in Us-set road movie ...

Sophie Lowe Goes "Cosmopolitan"

Sneak Peek a revealing shoot of Australian actress Sophie Lowe in the March 2013 of Australian "Cosmopolitan" magazine. Photographed by Marni White, the shoot was co-ordinated by fashion director ...

West Coast Visions backs The Children

ScreenWest is to invest $750,000 in The Children, writer/director Claire McCarthy.s follow-up to the debut film The Waiting City. The drama is adapted from a novel of the same by Charlotte Wood and ...

ScreenWest creates new role, Investment manager

The producer of feature film Blame and Justice, Ryan Hodgson has been appointed to a new role at ScreenWest, investment manager. The announcement: ScreenWest is pleased to announce Ryan Hodgson has ...

'Blame' producer Ryan Hodgson appointed ScreenWest investment manager

Blame producer Ryan Hodgson will join ScreenWest as an investment manager this month. In the newly developed role Hodgson will: contribute to the design, implementation and evaluation of ScreenWest.s ...

If's Sophie Lowe portrait to show at Head On Portrait Prize exhibition

A portrait of actress Sophie Lowe (The Slap, Blame) featured in the 2011 June/July issue of If magazine has been selected for the Head on Portrait Prize exhibition.The picture, by photographer Alina ...

Filming begins on ABC1 telemovie Dangerous Remedy

FIlming has begun on a new ABC1 telemovie about Dr Bert Wainer and two extraordinary women who exposed the deadly impact that Melbourne's anti-abortion laws had in the 1960s. Dangerous Remedy is ...

Filming begins on ABC1 telemovie Dangerous Remedy

FIlming has begun on a new ABC1 telemovie about Dr Bert Wainer and two extraordinary women who exposed the deadly impact that Melbourne's anti-abortion laws had in the 1960s. Dangerous Remedy is ...

Australian Screen Editors’ Guild nominates Blame, Hawke and The Ball among nominees

The Australian Screen Editors’ (Ase) Guild has announced its nominees for the 2011 Ellie Awards. Across seven categories, the Ase Guild recognises achievements in editing across feature film, ...

Australian Screen Editors' guild announce 2011 award nominees

The Australian Screen Editors' (Ase) guild has unveiled the nominees for its sixth annual awards. The awards ..nicknamed .The Ellies. ..recognise outstanding achievements in editing across all visual ...

Maeve Dermody, Star of the Year at Aimc

The Australian International Movie Convention last night held their awards during a colourful gala at Jupiters Casino. The News Limited Australian Star of the Year Award went to Maeve Dermody, most ...

Young producers intern with world’s best

Screen Australia has announced six rising Australian producers and one director will take internships with established production companies from around the world. The placements are through Screen ...

Sophie Lowe on new film Blame

June has been a big month for young Australian actress Sophie Lowe. After celebrating her 21st birthday 10 days ago,.she is now anxiously waiting for her latest movie . psychological thriller Blame . ...

Blame finds deals Worldwide

Outback revenge film, Blame, has secured worldwide deals following a successful week at Cannes as part of the Cinema des Antipodes section. Written and directed by Michael Henry, Blame hits the ...

Blame Cannes

Michael Henry’s Blame will screen in the Cinema des Antipodes section at Cannes. “We are extremely excited to be screening in Cannes and nothing would please us more now than seeing the audience in ...

Noir-Throwback Poster For Michael Henry's Revenge Thriller 'Blame'

Noir-Throwback Poster For Michael Henry's Revenge Thriller 'Blame' Here's the first noir-throwback, Saul Bass-inspired poster for Michael Henry's taut Aussie thriller "Blame" which premiered at Tiff last year and was described in our review as a "a lean, terrific and ...

Blame launches poster

PackScreen has launched the poster for the psychological drama Blame, designed by The Penguin Empire. The poster was inspired by the work of graphic designer Saul Blass. Blame will be released on ...

Blame scheduled for June release

The psychological drama Blame has been scheduled for a June 16 cinema release in Australia through PackScreen. The film premiered at last year’s Melbourne International Film Festival, followed by an ...

Several Horror and Thriller Films Showing at the 2011 Victoria Film Festival Beginning February 4th

This year Victoria, British Columbia will host several horror and thriller films. This year's festival begins February 4th with an opening event, which is inclusive and open to the public. The Vff ...

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