Cannes

A Few Less Men begins showing footage at Cannes

May 18, 2016

Arclight films have begun showing some first look stills and footage of A Few Less Men in Cannes. The sequel to the global hit comedy A Few Best Men¬†is now in the final stages of post-production, readying for a 2016 worldwide release. StudioCanal will be releasing A¬†Few Less Men¬†across Australia and New Zealand. “It is […]

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Australian Genna Chanelle Hayes heads to Cannes

May 18, 2016

Filmmaker and actress Genna Chanelle Hayes sees the¬†international debut of her film,¬†Wurinyan at Cannes this week. ¬† Wurinyan is a short film about human connection from different backgrounds. It is set in¬†Sydney’s eastern suburbs with an all¬†Australian cast including¬†Mark Coles Smith, Christine Anu and ¬†Peter Mochrie. “It’s a wonderful opportunity to have our film screened […]

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Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2 starring Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling set to film in July

January 28, 2016

Ridley Scott’s¬†Blade Runner¬†has been described as a “pinnacle of the science-fiction genre” since 1982 – and especially since its Directors Cut re-release in the 90s. There have been arguments surrounding a sequel for the iconic film, and even if it’s left many fans sceptical, it’s still going to¬†happen regardless. Yes, Alcon Entertainment are encouraging fans […]

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Exclusive Interview: Filmmaker Diorella Mirasol talks Cannes Short Film Corner and the Aussie film industry

April 7, 2015

With a short film premiere at Cannes already under her belt for Happy Melancholy, Melbourne filmmaker Diorella Mirasol talks what’s next for her career. Is Happy Melancholy your first short film? I was always off with the fairies at a young age and had an extremely imaginative mind. Writing became a therapeutic medium for me […]

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David Gulpilil wins Best Actor award at Cannes for Rolf de Heer’s Charlie’s Country

May 29, 2014

The Cannes Film Festival wrapped up recently, and as usual a crop of world class actors and film-makers were awarded at the close of the festival. In a great boost for Aussie film and, more particularly, Indigenous Australian artists, legendary Australian actor David Gulpilil was awarded Best Actor for his role in Rolf de Heer’s¬†Charlie’s […]

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