If not for the interviews in Burning, you could quite honestly mistake this documentary for some type of horror movie. The film opens with “The greatest tragedy of this terrible Black Summer bushfire season, was that we saw it coming”.
Disclosure is a confronting tale about two close couples whose friendships implode through the allegation that one of their children was sexually abused by the other.
The new Australian period drama The Drover’s Wife The Legend of Molly Johnson promises to deliver a deep look at a woman that will stop at nothing to protect her family.
Writer/Director Sam Curtain pulls no punches in the unsettling, terrifying and intense horror feature, The Slaughterhouse Killer.
A soldier is always at war, even after his mission is finished. That’s the idea behind Escape and Evasion, a film written and directed by Storm Ashwood.
Great White is an upcoming Australian horror-thriller film that features one of the country’s most devastating killer sharks.
Brisbane native Josh Lawson directs Long Story Short, a romantic drama with a Twilight Zone-like twist centered around a man (Rafe Spall) who mysteriously jumps forward one year in time every few minutes after his wedding day.
Robert Connolly’s latest venture, The Dry, is a quintessentially Australian film with a compelling storyline that survives patchy acting and the leaps of faith demanded by the plot.
Based on a remarkable true story, Penguin Bloom follows a family’s journey coping with the disability of a loved one.
Rafe Spall plays a man who jumps forward a year in time each day as he learns the true value of enjoying life in the new romcom, Long Story Short.
Janks chats with Justin McMillan, the Australian director of the psychological horror movie Sweet River, streaming now on Netflix.
The second trailer for Jane Harper’s ‘The Dry’ adaptation has been released featuring more Eric Bana and more plot details.
Naomi Watts and Andrew Lincoln star in Penguin Bloom, an uplifting Australian film that showcases a family’s struggle against adversity.
The Scream-Fest International Film Festival winner, Sweet River, from director Justin McMillan will be available on Netflix in December.
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