Writer/director Kiah Roache-Turner's eight-legged adventure 'Sting' has wrapped in Sydney with a cast that includes Ryan Corr, Alyla Browne, Penelope Mitchell, Robyn Nevin, Noni Hazlehurst, and Jermaine Fowler.
The cast has been set for Paramount+ feature film 'The Appleton Ladies' Potato Race', with Claire van der Boom in the lead role.
See-Saw Films' dark comedy 'The End', created and written by Samantha Strauss and directed by Jessica M. Thompson and Jonathan Brough, follows three generations of a family living with separate but intersecting obsessions - how to die with dignity, live with none, and make it all count.
Natalie Erika James' 'Relic' has continued its reign as the top title in its second weekend in the fractured US theatrical market while Mark Lamprell's Never Too Late launched on a combination of virtual cinemas and hard tops.
Former Australian Writers' Guild president Jan Sardi and actor Robyn Nevin were among the screen professionals to receive Queen's Birthday Honours over the long weekend.
‘Relic’. (Photo: Ben King) Natalie Erika James’ debut feature Relic, which made its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival...