Bonsai Films owner Jonathan Page talks about releasing two Christmas films within a fortnight of each other and why he is leaning more towards documentaries going forward.
Written and directed by Heath Davis, 'Christmess' stars Steve Le Marquand as Chris Flint, a desperate, once famous actor fresh out of rehab who takes a job as a Santa Claus in a suburban strip mall, where he unexpectedly encounters his long-estranged daughter (Nicole Pastor) and infant grandson.
Heath Davis' Campbelltown-shot dramedy Christmess will debut in Texas next month after being announced in the line-up for this year's Austin Film Festival.
For rising actor Nicole Pastor, having agency in place of an agent has proved no barrier in taking the next steps in her career.
What it means to undertake a big wave odyssey as a blind surfer is set to be explored in a new feature documentary that has begun filming on the NSW North Coast.
The City of Sydney hopes a new purpose-built space will lure back creatives such as independent filmmakers to work in the city post-lockdown, announcing the establishment of a 2,000 square metre facility in the CBD.
'Back to the Rafters' and 'Five Bedrooms' star Hugh Sheridan plans to make his feature writing and directing debut on The Dance, a coming-of-age drama which follows a teenager who fulfills his dream of joining the Australian Ballet School.
Nick Matthews was named Australian cinematographer of the year for his work on director Anthony Maras' 'Hotel Mumbai' at the annual Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) National Awards.