Category Archives: Events

Digital restoration of 1991’s Proof to screen in Sydney; Jocelyn Moorhouse & Hugo Weaving to attend Q&A

It was announced yesterday that The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) will partner up with Sydney’s Ritz Cinema and will present a digital restoration of 1991 film Proof. The film will be screened on Wednesday November 9 with all box office proceeds going towards the NFSA Restores program. After the film screening, director Jocelyn Moorhouse (The Dressmaker), actor Hugo Weaving and NFSA Ambassador Margaret Pomeranz will all take part in a Q&A session.... Continue Reading

The Sydney Film Festival opens up submissions for their 2017 program

Nascent filmmakers looking to launch their careers in the same way as Australian film luminaries Chris Noonan (Babe), Don McAlpine (Moulin Rouge) and Jack Thompson (The Man From Snowy River) will have their opportunity as the Sydney Films Festival has begun taking submissions for their 2017 program.... Continue Reading

The Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival (BAPFF) have released their full program for 2016

After two successful years, the Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival (BAPFF) will return with a stacked line-up that features 82 unique films from all parts of Asia. The BAPFF has today released the full program for the 2016 event, which will take place around Brisbane from the 23rd of November to the 4th of December.... Continue Reading

Canberra International Film Festival gets scary with a special Halloween premiere programme

Canberra International Film Festival (CIFF) is inviting attendees to celebrate Halloween with a jam-packed night of events at the National Film and Sound Archive on October 31st. Patrons have the chance to meet industry expert David Zwierzchaczewski as he speaks about CGI and VFX.... Continue Reading

The PAX AUS 2016 Schedule is now live. Plan your weekend accordingly.

PAX Australia 2016 has released its final schedule this morning, allowing punters to start planning their whereabouts for the massive three-day convention. Tourneys, panels, tutorials and concerts — so much to see, and only three days to see it in. Continue reading The PAX AUS 2016 Schedule is now live. Plan your weekend accordingly.