Category Archives: Films

Win a double pass to see Good Morning Vietnam as In The House returns to Sydney

Time to rock it from the Delta to the DMZ! In 1965, D.J. Adrian Cronauer was sent to Vietnam to build morale. His strategy: keep ’em laughing. His problem: staying out of trouble. Robin Williams is the wrong man. In the wrong place. At the right time. And you can see it all in the opening night film of In The House 2018 on February 2nd at Event Cinemas George St – Good Morning Vietnam!... Continue Reading

Photos: Margot Robbie & Craig Gillespie rush from the SAG Awards to hit the Australian Premiere of I, Tonya

Star and producer Margot Robbie and fellow Aussie director Craig Gillespie hit the pink carpet in Sydney tonight for the Australian Premiere of the critically acclaimed, award winning I, Tonya. Nathan Atkins captured the pair, and a slew of special guests, on the carpet for The Iris. The film hits cinemas on Thursday!... Continue Reading

Screen Australia to fund an adaptation of Jimmy Barnes’ memoir Working Class Boy and 11 other Documentary projects

Screen Australia has announced funding for 12 documentary projects through the Documentary Producer and Commissioned programs.... Continue Reading

Film Review: The Jungle Bunch (France, 2017) offers shallow entertainment

Children’s films are usually edifying. It’s a pervasive trait in the genre that sees every Disney protagonist journey through some moral challenge and emerge kinder, more accepting or the hallmark ‘true to oneself’. But without these platitudes guiding the protagonists to their better selves, what does a children’s film really look like?... Continue Reading