A tale of two Lebanese-descent Australian brothers told in the vein of American History X, The Combination is actor David Fieldâ€™s directorial debut.
Wed 28/01/2009 12:47:55 / Read More »
When you are watching Jonathan Ogilvie's second feature The Tender Hook - his noir romance set during the Jazz Age in 1929 - you get the feeling that you're being watched
Mon 03/11/2008 02:04:00 / Read More »
Cannibal films seem to be the dish of the day. Australia's rich convict history proves to be a deadly entertaining source of inspiration for writer-producer Michael Boughen as he brings alive an inspired tale of convict Alexander 'The Pieman' Pearce
Mon 03/11/2008 01:57:13 / Read More »
This year's winner of Best Documentary Feature Oscar, Taxi to the Dark Side continues the investigations of recent films like Rendition and Standard Operating Procedure into the US government's incarceration.
Thu 02/10/2008 11:27:53 / Read More »
Watching Newcastle, director Dan Castle's debut film about a group of teenage surfers living in the coastal NSW town, it's hard to shake the feeling that Castle himself is a surfer and "knows the feeling."
Thu 02/10/2008 11:23:33 / Read More »
Directed by TV commercial director Michael Joy, Men's Group tells the story of six men, strangers to each other until they start meeting regularly to address issues affecting their emotional lives.
Fri 05/09/2008 12:16:25 / Read More »
Not Quite Hollywood is a celebration of the lost treasures of cult film in this country. Writer/director Mark Hartley has spent ten years shaping a tribute not just to genre films but also to the phenomenon of "so bad it's good".
Fri 05/09/2008 11:43:26 / Read More »
In this engrossing investigation into modern idolatry, filmmakers Luke Walker and Melissa Maclean delve into the controversial and infamous Kenja cult with rare footage of daily practices and revealing interviews from former attendees.
Fri 05/09/2008 11:36:25 / Read More »
With their first feature, Ten Empty, Anthony Hayes and Brendan Cowell are at the vanguard of new Australian filmmaking. Hayes, who picked up AFI awards for his roles in Look Both Ways and Suburban Mayhem, also won a Dendy award for writing/directing his f
Mon 21/07/2008 02:26:59 / Read More »
Lead by gung-ho tour organiser, Dylan (Johnson), his best mate Carl (Geurens) and girl (-friends at the start but possibly more?), Pippa (Scott Lynch) and Toni (Prichard), the group head for a planned three-day return trek to a mysterious tall timber, it'
Mon 21/07/2008 02:19:32 / Read More »