Swinging Safari is a nostalgic look back at 1970’s Australia that will have you laughing while you reminisce about long forgotten memorabilia/artifacts.
Tag: Australian Films
There’s a new Australian film set to be released early next year, accordingly called The BBQ, which features some Aussie greats such as Shane Jacobson and Magda Szubanski as the legendary barbeque cook ‘The Butcher’.
The Tim Winton award-winning novel about the reckless nature of youth, Breath, is beautifully brought to life on the big screen in this first trailer.
The Snowtown (2011) and Assassin’s Creed (2016) director’s upcoming film about the famous Kelly Gang bushrangers has received a casting update.
Swinging Safari features an all-star Australian cast and judging by the first trailer, it promises a hilarious good time.
The full program for the 2017 Melbourne International Film Festival has been released, check out some of the festival highlights here.
Silent films are often given a wonky reputation by modern cinema buffs. Whenever we think of the genre, we immediately conjure up images of clownish-looking performers behaving like mimes having a seizure, or production designs and direction that are so unnatural and dated that you can’t help but laugh, or roll your eyes at its unintentional silliness. By today’s standards, silent films are looked down upon as a dead genre, only ever being acknowledged during academic studies or analytical mockery. The cinema fans of today rarely warm up to classic cinema the same way they would warm up to Deadpool (2016) or Moonlight (2016).
Two Finnish backpackers find work in an outback pub in the remote town of Coolgardie, Western Australia; a pub full of tragic townsfolk.
Mountain is a stunning look into the enormous rock formations that people risk their lives to climb on a regular basis, narrated by Willem Dafoe.
The law drama Don’t Tell lacks that gut-punch feeling you’d expect from a film about a sexual abuse survivor at the hands of a church-associated paedophile.
Ali’s Wedding is the upcoming Australian romantic comedy film based on a true story from the life of the film’s co-writer and star Osamah Sami.
Check out the trailer for Hotel Coolgardie, the new Australian observational documentary that is set to potentially shock and divide audiences.
Director Cate Shortland’s Berlin Syndrome stars Teresa Palmer as Clare, an Australian abroad that winds up in a situation that would be any solo-traveller’s worst nightmare.