Baz Luhrmann’s 'Faraway Downs', a six-part series cut from his 2008 film 'Australia', expands the story of English aristocrat Lady Sarah Ashley (Nicole Kidman), who travels halfway across the world to confront her wayward husband and sell an unusual asset: Faraway Downs, a million-acre cattle ranch in the Australian outback.
Stan Original series 'C*A*U*G*H*T' follows four Australian soldiers, played by Kick Gurry, Ben O'Toole, Lincoln Younes, and Alexander England, that are sent on a secret mission to a war-torn country after the Australian Minister of Defence (Erik Thomson) texts a ‘secret file’ to the Princess of Behati-Prinsloo, a small island nation.
He's already succeeded in helping to keep the Producer Offset at 40 per cent for theatrical features and now actor Bryan Brown hopes to exert a similar influence in the discussion about streaming regulation, fronting the National Press Club today to push for a 20 per cent local content obligation on the major services.
A yet-to-be-titled romantic comedy from 'Peter Rabbit' director Will Gluck, led by Sydney Sweeney and Glenn Powell, will film in NSW.
Actors Marta Dusseldorp and Sacha Horler join APRA AMCOS executive director Nicholas Pickard in being appointed to the Screen Australia board for three-year terms.
Two-time Academy Award winner Sean Penn will share the spotlight with a host of Australian talent in Kick Gurry's 'C*A*U*G*H*T', a six-part satirical comedy that began filming last week at Sydney's Fox Studios.
Travis Fimmel, Simon Baker, Phoebe Tonkin, Bryan Brown, and Anthony La Paglia will bring Trent Dalton's 'Boy Swallows Universe' to life for Netflix, with production on the eight-part series now underway in Brisbane.