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.
Screen Australia head of content Grainne Brunsdon looks ahead to 2024 amid shifts in both the agency's content and executive team.
Windmill Pictures' 'Beep and Mort' returns to the ABC on Monday, with the second season set to delve deeper into the community of friends, family, and fuzzles.
Despite never playing on more than 14 screens around the country on any given weekend, music documentary Mutiny in Heaven: The Birthday Party has grossed $155,203 in four weeks - a solid result given the scale of the release, and one that puts Label Distribution into the black.
When Tenika Smith stepped back onto the 'Neighbours' set earlier this year to be part of the soap's revival under Amazon, it represented a full-circle moment for the young director.
When Kitty Green first watched Peter Gleeson's 2017 documentary 'Hotel Coolgardie', she was immediately intrigued by the subject matter, leading her to write her second narrative feature, 'The Royal Hotel'.
The closure of Wallis Cinemas’ Mainline Drive-In South Australia and Victoria’s Lunar Drive-In across the past two years has raised questions about the overall sustainability of the business model for drive-in cinemas. IF speaks with exhibitors about the road ahead for car-friendly screenings.