Kriv Stenders' 'Lee Kernaghan: Boy From the Bush' - part road documentary, part concert film - has entered cinemas on more than 130 screens, with the creative team hoping it will resonate not only in regional and rural Australia, but with those who have missed live music through the pandemic.
"You know business is in bad shape when the documentary 'David Attenborough: A Life on our Planet' and a 'Star Wars' re-release are your top two films by a wide margin."
Five new mainstream titles entered the market last weekend - but none could beat the third frame of Warner Bros' Tenet, which is benefiting from repeat business.
For over 50 years country music legend Slim Dusty and his wife Joy McKean trail-blazed their way across Australia performing, writing and collecting songs of the bush and its people. They created a musical legacy that to this day continues to entertain and inspire, a catalogue of plain speaking yet profoundly insightful music documenting the rural Australian experience. Theirs is perhaps one of the greatest partnerships in Australian music history.
As cinemas around the country prepare to open their doors in July Universal Pictures has set release dates for Shannon Murphy's Babyteeth and Krib Stenders' Slim & I.
Amid the COVID-19 crisis filmmaker Kriv Stenders alternates between feeling terrified, depressed and positive - but on balance he is extremely optimistic.
The Screen Industry Gala Awards. Despite the event itself being cancelled, Gold Coast Film Festival soldiered on with its annual...
This year's Gold Coast Film Festival will be bookended by two Aussie features, opening with Unjoo Moon's Helen Reddy biopic 'I Am Woman,' and closing with the locally shot comedic thriller 'Bloody Hell', directed by Alister Grierson.