Last weekend saw a variety of new films open at the box office: Bollywood gangster drama 'Animal', 'Trolls Band Together', two concerts in 'Andre Rieu's White Christmas' and 'Renaissance: A Film By Beyonce', and Japan's Godzilla Minus One. Yet it was 'The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes', in its third frame, that drew the largest audience, surpassing last weekend's no. 1, 'Napoleon'.
Former Triple J presenter Alex Dyson and Gold Logie winner Lisa McCune are among the Screen Producer Australia (SPA) members that have secured a pitch with one or more of the commissioning executives from Apple TV+, the Foxtel Group, and Warner Bros. Discovery as part of Pitch on Demand.
Baz Luhrmann's 'Elvis' and Helium Pictures' 'Last King of the Cross' were awarded best sound for feature film and television series, respectively, at the Australian Screen Sound Guild Awards held on Saturday.
In co-directing 'Uproar', Paul Middleditch and Hamish Bennett tried to use "heart and humour" to tell a story about a specific time in New Zealand history and navigate complex themes in a universal way.
Helium Pictures’ 'Paper Dolls' will stream on Paramount+ from December 3, telling the story of five girls thrust into the spotlight at the turn of the new millennium on the back of a music reality series.