Reel World Financial
AP/AR officer wanted for busy Film, TV and Theatre business. Immediate start.
In the know? Seen a great show? Think you have a better idea?
Hit the contribute button now to share your story
Become a Student member
Become a screenhub member
Do you want to drive awareness of your event to an engaged audience?
Do you want access to a ticketing solution?
Now you can do both on screenhub.com.au
Showing all news in Reviews
The Other Side a film by celebrated Portuguese director Luis Filipe Rocha which has its Australian debut tonight at Melbourne’s Australian Centre Of Moving Images(ACMI) as part of the current Melbourne Queer Film Festival is a beautifully realised exploration of love, loss and the power of redemption.
Suddenly featured in the Somerville Film Festival this year, is a rather beautifully made film where the music is revelatory.
In Anatomy a trio of documentaries for the Melbourne Queer Film Festival, each episode of the trilogy, authored by a different director, showcases the work of three of Australia’s talented new generation of documentary filmmakers and will be on view at Melbourne’s celebrated ‘Australian Centre of Moving Images’ (ACMI)
Just Another Love Story is a darkly comic thriller centred around Jonas (Anders W. Bertelsen), a likeable professional with a wife and two kids.
Dave Hughes is Handy in the Adelaide Fringe Festival at the Thebarton Theatre, is a stalwart of the comedy circuit, chalking up dozens more TV credits as well as this, his 17th solo tour.
Melbourne Queer Film Festival's Affinity is an 1870’s era ghost story whose tale is sullen with lesbian undertones.
Jerusalem is Proud to Present at this year's Melbourne Queer Film Festival director Gialdi’s thoughtful and comprehensive document on humanity, fear, single-mindedness and determination focuses on the attempts of an Israeli gay and lesbian group, known as the Open House, to organise and conduct the World Pride festival in Jerusalem in 2006.
I admit that I’ve lived in Melbourne most of my life and never crossed the foyer of the gorgeous Astor Theatre, what a charming, grandiose old girl she is. Opened in the 1930’s with a current seating capacity of around 1100, she easily holds the expectant crowd of this, the opening night of the Melbourne Queer Film Festival.
FedFest held this past weekend in the Federation Square Atrium provided enthusiastic film aficionados the chance to view the work of some of Australia’s foremost short filmmakers.
There is an innate and deliberate feel of time moving slowly in 'The Grocer’s Son'.
Lost Everything, the new feature for filmmaker Kim St Leon, will have it’s Australian debut at the Melbourne Queer Film Festival which begins it 19th season tonight at St Kilda’s majestic Astor theatre tonight.
Picture Blue Velvet by way of American Beauty unfurling on Wisteria Lane and the lurid visions you conjure go some way to expressing the tricky ambitions of Beautiful.
Etched on the fringes of popular culture, the work of Alan Moore has long been regarded with critical acclaim, his graphic novels the subject of a devoted fan following.
Jeremy Clarkson (of the 'Top Gear' fame) all but steals the film in his few brief moments, particularly when he attempts to convince the sheepish-faced Bana that basically, “all muscle cars are crap”.
If you don’t know Yolande Moreau by name, you’ll likely recognise the star of 'Séraphine’s' distinctive phizog, the talented performer a veteran of modern European cinema familiar to Western audiences for roles in breakout French-set confections such as 'Amelie' and 'Paris, je t’aime.'
This second film from UK Production Company, Slingshot, examines the nature of love in a playful screenplay by Aschlin Ditta (Scenes Of A Sexual Nature).
Sometimes the simple things in life are often the best. 'Love Me Know More' (Deux jours a tuer) certainly lives up to this saying.
The opening sequence of 'JCVD' is an exercise in filmmaking smarts.
French genre-skipper Robert Guédiguian turns his roving eye to the thriller with 'Lady Jane', an icy vengeance drama turning twists in Marseille.
Released in close succession, 'Gran Torino' and 'Changeling' seem to offer two vastly disparate visions from director Clint Eastwood.
Advertise your event to a captive audience
Maximise the visibility and reach of your brand and events by advertising with ArtsHub. Spread the word to an engaged audience.
Become an Australian screen industry insider by joining screenhub - the one-stop-shop for the latest industry news, jobs, what’s on and much more.
Become a member this month and save 20% off your Annual ArtsHub Membership.
For less than $2.30 per week now is the best time to join Australia’s largest arts network.