Cannes

Titane is an auto-erotic body horror oddity focused on the specifics of sexual identity: Sydney Film Festival Review

November 4, 2021

Similar to how Jordan Peele, Robert Eggers, Jennifer Kent, and Ari Aster all secured their place in the annals of genre cinema with their debut offerings, Julia Docournau‘s bold cannibalistic horror effort Raw cemented the French filmmaker as a name to pay consistent attention to.  And just as those aforementioned auteurs all swung big with […]

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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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