Author: Jana Angeles

Foxtel’s Showcase to fast track HBO newest titles Westworld,Divorce and Quarry

September 29, 2016

With Foxtel earning the title ‘Home of HBO’, showcasing popular favourites like Game of Thrones, the TV network have managed to free up some time slots for exclusive HBO TV titles, Westworld, Divorce and Quarry. Making its premiere, Westworld ¬†will be broadcasted on Mondays from October 3 at 12PM (same time as the U.S). In […]

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Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them‘s final trailer has all the magic and fantasy you could ever dream of

September 29, 2016

Making its debut to the world wide web just yesterday, Warner Bros. Pictures launched the final trailer of highly-anticipated fantasy-drama,¬†Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them. Based on the book written by J.K Rowling, the film starring Eddie Redmayne entails a visual encapsulation of the book, filled with magical elements and eye-catching aesthetics on wizardry […]

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IMAX to offer exclusive sneak peek footage of Doctor Strange in two Australian cinemas

September 29, 2016

Marvel Studios and IMAX have teamed up together and will be offering 15-minutes of exclusive footage on upcoming and highly-anticipated superhero film Doctor Strange¬†(directed by Scott Derrickson). On October 11th at 6:30PM, two cinema locations across Australia will be showing this footage in 3D. These will be in IMAX 3D at IMAX Melbourne in Victoria […]

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Moonlight Cinema makes a return for their 21st season across all Australian capital cities!

September 22, 2016

There’s some good news for people who are fans of picnics and films as Moonlight Cinema will be returning once again in the Summer of 2016/17 for its 21st season! People will have the opportunity to bring along their picnic rugs, enjoying the natural landscapes while watching their favourite flicks under the stars. Films on […]

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5 things you need to watch on Presto this October

September 22, 2016

Australian streaming service¬†Presto¬†has some stellar titles to win over new subscribers from competing services like Stan and Netflix Australia. Next month, Presto will be launching plenty of movie and TV shows for your binge-watching pleasure, and some of them are sought-after titles you’d likely see on the¬†Netflix U.S catalogue. For some who can’t decide what […]

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Australian Music Week adds film to its schedule; set to premiere I Am The Blues

September 15, 2016

Australian Music Week (AMW) is a special conference that runs insightful industry panels alongside with some of the country’s best up-and-coming bands and artists. Taking place in early November in Cronulla, just outside of Sydney, it¬†is an opportunity for those wanting to get involved and learn more about the industry. In addition to the panels […]

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Sydney charity screening of Puberty Blues with guests Bruce Beresfed and Lee-Lin Chin

September 15, 2016

There will be a special screening for coming-of-age and cult surfing film Puberty Blues and all for a great cause! The film was made in 1981 and has a large focus on what life was like in Sydney as a teenager back in the late 70s. Special guests will be attending the Sydney event with […]

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Palace Norton Cinema to showcase The Delphi Bank 23rd Greek Film Festival in Sydney!

September 15, 2016

For those that haven’t had the privilege to travel through the outskirts of Greece, Palace Norton Cinema will be bringing you The Delphi Bank 23rd Greek Film Festival¬†(GFF) in Sydney to get your Greek culture on. Showcasing 17 films and 16 shorts with some of the titles classified as award-winning from the Greek Film industry. […]

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Take a first look at the sensual teaser trailer for Fifty Shades Darker

September 15, 2016

Universal Pictures launched the new teaser trailer for Fifty Shades Darker (directed by James Foley) on Tuesday. Following the narrative from prequel film Fifty Shades of Grey, the trailer reveals Ana (Dakota Johnson) getting involved in all affairs related to Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) once again. Being reeled in for the second time with the […]

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The first official trailer drops for Underworld: Blood Wars

September 9, 2016

Yesterday Screen Gems released the first official trailer for horror-science fiction film Underworld: Blood Wars. This will be the fifth instalment of the franchise with Kate Beckinsale returning as the leading female role as Selene. The film is directed by¬†Anna Foerster, making this title¬†her first feature to work on. Reported by Variety, they mention that […]

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Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling in talks to join Disney’s A Wrinkle In Time film adaptation

September 9, 2016

Reported by Variety, Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling have been in talks with the Disney folk to join upcoming adaptation film A Wrinkle in Time. It¬†is the first book of the Time Quartet book series written by author¬†Madeleine L‚ÄôEngle. Ava DuVernay¬†has also agreed to direct the title with Oprah Winfrey joining the cast too. Jennifer […]

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The inaugural Wollongong Fringe Festival announces a stand out film program

September 9, 2016

From the 23rd of September to the 2nd of October, Yours & Owls will be holding this year’s Wollongong Fringe Festival. It will acknowledge the town for its culture in film, music and the creative arts with plenty of events and experiences for visitors of all kinds. With the festival running for 9 days, attendees […]

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Filming has started for Series 5 of The Doctor Blake Mysteries

September 1, 2016

ABC made the announcement yesterday that filming for Series 5 of The Doctor Blake Mysteries has already started in Melbourne. Making its debut in 2012, the crime drama series has been a popular pick for viewers, curating over 1.67 million viewers across broadcast and iview platforms. The series stars Craig McLachlan who plays the character […]

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Palace Cinemas to build new cinema for Sydney’s Central Park Mall Development

August 25, 2016

Yesterday, Palace Cinemas made the announcement that they will be building a new 14 screen cinema for Sydney’s Central Park Mall Development in Chippendale. They will build their complex on Level 3 of the centre, with an expected¬†completion date of¬†late 2017. The cinema complex will be environmentally friendly, encouraging a system where it uses recycled […]

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Ritz Cinema to host AICE Israeli Film Festival

August 25, 2016

For any of you that like to add variety in their life when it comes to films, then this festival is for you! Ritz Cinema will be hosting this year’s AICE (The Australian Israel Cultural Exchange) Israeli Film Festival.¬† The festival will be showing the best titles across Israeli cinema. Over the last few years, […]

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The Ring franchise bounces back with Rings; watch the first trailer

August 25, 2016

The new trailer for upcoming horror film Rings has been revealed. Spanish director¬† F. Javier Guti√©rrez will helm the film, who recently confirmed on his Twitter account that the title is a sequel not a prequel, making it the third installment of The Ring¬†franchise. The story is set to follow a young woman named Samara […]

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Writers of Guardians of the Galaxy and Gravity Falls to pen live-action Pokemon movie

August 19, 2016

Variety reports that writers¬†Nicole Perlman and Alex Hirsch are in negotiations to pen Legendary’s upcoming live-action Pokemon film (yes, that’s a thing) based around the recently introduced character “Detective Pikachu”. This news follows the announcement earlier this year that Legendary had gotten their hands on the rights to the Pokemon franchise. The deal came about […]

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Guns, violence and some kick-ass characters, check out Resident Evil: The Final Chapter‘s trailer

August 11, 2016

Feast your eyes on this. After 15 years, six films and US$915 million dollars in box office dollars, the Resident Evil franchise is finally coming to an end, which will be bittersweet news for fans all-round who have loved and followed the films in the past. In a teaser trailer which was dropped only a […]

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The Narnia franchise is finally set to continue, but not as we know it

August 11, 2016

If you’ve ever stumbled upon the Narnia book series as a child, you came to love the characters, the storyline and the wild adventures it would take you on as you read page-to-page of every line C.S Lewis has ever written. Between the years of 2005 and 2010, the theatrical adaptations of the Narnia franchise […]

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The sequel to Fantastic Beasts is official; a release date confirmed

August 4, 2016

Attention Harry Potter fanatics and all lovers of fantasy – this one’s for you! Warner Bros. confirmed yesterday that a sequel to¬†Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which comes out later in the year,¬†is already in the works. They also confirmed a worldwide release date of¬†November 16th, 2018. The script will be written by […]

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Straight from Orange Is The New Black, Ruby Rose is joining Jason Statham for Meg

August 4, 2016

Some Orange Is The New Black fans may be stoked for this as Australia’s own Ruby Rose is currently in negotiations to star in upcoming horror, sci-fi film Meg.¬†Rose will be joining fellow actors Jason Statham (The Transporter, Crank) and Fan Bingbing (X-Men: Days of Future Past) with¬†Jon Turteltaub to direct the film. Lorenzo di […]

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Golden Age cinema to exclusively screen Chantal Akerman’s No Home Movie in Sydney

August 4, 2016

Reaping success at film festivals in New York, Toronto, Locarno, Sydney and Melbourne, Chantal Akerman‘s¬†No Home Movie¬†has been the talk of the town among the film industry. Proudly presented by the folk at Golden Age cinema, they will be exclusively screening the final movie by Akerman¬†on Sunday August 14 in Sydney. So if you’re keen […]

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Palace Cinemas to open a ten-screen cinema in Double Bay, NSW

July 28, 2016

Yesterday, Palace Cinemas announced that they will be opening a new ten-screen cinema in Sydney’s Double Bay, which will increase their number of cinemas in NSW to five by the time it opens. The boutique company also confirmed plans to renovate their existing NSW cinemas, Palace Verona and Palace Byron Bay. For the Verona, the […]

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Special Comic-Con footage of Justice League and trailer for The Lego Batman Movie finally released online

July 28, 2016

Making their debuts a couple of days ago, this year’s event of ¬†San Diego’s Comic-Con International ¬†showcased exclusive content from upcoming films Justice League and The Lego Batman Movie. ¬†With such a strong fandom for both films, both video clips on YouTube have already reached millions of views, with fans excitedly sharing their thoughts on […]

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ACMI to host exclusive limited season of political documentary Weiner

July 21, 2016

World politics is a joke right now considering what we see on television. It’s become a routine to roll our eyes on every Australian Politician and Donald Trump’s idiocy of banning immigrants to the U.S borders. Good news for those who love watching political documentaries as ACMI in Melbourne will be showcasing Weiner to the […]

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Take a first look at The Girl On The Train‘s chilling trailer

July 21, 2016

Resonating some Gone Girl vibes here, The Girl On The Train (directed by Tate Taylor) is a must-see for anyone that thrives on seeing movies with a mysterious kick. Yesterday, Entertainment One launched the first trailer of the film based on the acclaimed book with the same name written by Paula Hawkins. The story centralises […]

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A sing-a-long screening of Priscilla Queen of the Desert is happening at Sydney’s Chauvel Cinema

July 21, 2016

As an audience member, do you like going to interactive events? Well, it’s time to get your ‘drag’ on as The Actors Benevolent Fund of NSW will be presenting its first ever sing-a-long of cherished musical film¬†The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert.¬†The event will be running on Thursday August 18 at Chauvel Cinema […]

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Mr. Robot Season 2.0 just premiered on Presto. Run, don’t walk.

July 14, 2016

Today at 5pm AEST, Australian streaming service Presto started streaming the first two episodes of the¬†highly-acclaimed, Golden Globe award-winning drama series Mr Robot – the same day as the U.S Broadcast. With its second season launch today, viewers can enjoy new episodes of the series every Thursday at 5pm. Mr. Robot follows the story of […]

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Parramatta Riverside Theatre to showcase cult classic films every Friday during August & September

July 14, 2016

Consider yourself old-school? Love films which echo ‘vintage’? If you’re from Western Sydney and have said yes to both, you’re gonna love this. Parramatta Riverside Theatre will be showcasing cult classic films every Friday during August and September. The program includes¬†The Rocky Horror Picture Show on 5 Aug, The Blues Brothers on 19 Aug, Little […]

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Special Q&A event for Down Under to be held at Ritz Cinema in August!

July 14, 2016

On Monday 1st August, 7.00pm, Ritz Cinema will be presenting a special Q&A event of upcoming Australian film Down Under with writer and director¬†Abe Forsythe (Always Greener,Marking Time and Ned) with the event to be hosted by Jason ‚ÄúJabba‚ÄĚ Davis. This¬†will be the second feature film to be made by¬†Forsythe,¬†exploring the clashing of Anglo-Australian and […]

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