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Classic, Lido, Cameo and Ritz Cinemas Launch Brand New Film Streaming Platform

Classic, Lido and Cameo Cinemas in Melbourne and Sydney’s Ritz Cinemas are proud to announce the launch of their own VOD (video on demand) service called ‘At Home‘, available online now. The teams at Classic, Lido, Cameo and Ritz Cinemas have always been passionate about championing the whole spectrum of films up on their big screens: Australian cinema, festival fare, arthouse cinema and holiday blockbusters. Now, they’re extending that passion to this new online platform – At Home – which is the first of its kind for Australian cinemas. At Home offers curated programsRead More


Oscar nominee FOR SAMA streaming only on iwonder

FOR SAMA, the 2020 Academy Awards ‘Best Documentary’ nominee, telling the story of life, love and family through the eyes of a new mother living through the darkest days of the uprising in Aleppo, is now live to stream exclusively on iwonder. FOR SAMA is both an intimate and epic journey into the female experience of war. A love letter from a young mother to her daughter, the film tells the story of Waad al-Kateab’s life through five years of the uprising in Aleppo, Syria, as she falls in love, getsRead More


Memphis in the Movies

Memphis is famous for its world renowned music scene, with the city called home by some of the biggest stars the industry has seen. With that said however, Memphis has sparked the interest and imagination of many filmmakers over the years who have drawn on the city’s history, charm and unique settings for filming (prior to Covid-19 restrictions). Whilst travel and filmmaking has been placed on hold for now, below we have compiled a list of some of the best motion pictures that have been inspired by locals or featuredRead More


Movie Trailer – Body Cam

Mary J. Blige (Mudbound, “Power Book II: Ghost”) and Nat Wolff (The Kill Team, Semper Fi) star in the intense action thriller BODY CAM, available to purchase on Digital May 19, 2020 and for rent On Demand June 2 from Paramount Home Entertainment. The film will arrive on DVD July 14. SYNOPSIS When a routine traffic stop results in the unexplained, grisly death of her colleague, a cop (Mary J. Blige) realizes footage of the incident will play for her eyes only. As the attacks mount, she races to understand the supernaturalRead More


Inside The Rain – Interview with Ellen Toland

INSIDE THE RAIN Presented By Act 13 In association with Killer Films Written and Directed by and Starring Aaron Fisher, Ellen Toland, Eric Roberts, Paul Schulze with Catherine Curtin and Rosie Perez 90 min. / USA / English Executive Producers Christine Vachon Danny Fisher Javier Gonzalez Producer George LaVoo Click Here For Trailer Synopsis College film student Benjamin Glass (played by writer-director Aaron Fisher) has it all: ADHD, OCD, borderline personality. And he’s also bipolar. But Glass is more than his diagnoses – he prefers the term “recklessly extravagant” – and he’s determinedRead More


2020 St.Kilda Film Festival

The St Kilda Film Festival, proudly presented and produced by the City of Port Phillip, is going online! Given the government restrictions in place to minimise the spread of COVID-19, the St Kilda Film Festival, in its 37th year, was faced with not taking place. Instead it will take a curated program online and continue to showcase the Top 100 Australian short films and celebrate our local industry. The festival will feature a number of curated sessions, plus Australia’s Top 100 Short Film competition. All films and programs will be available to watch FREE via the St Kilda Film Festival website from Friday 12 June untilRead More


Single Release: Hunter Kaine – Long Way From Lonely (feat. Shane Nicholson)

Hunter Kaine has released her debut single ‘Long Way From Lonely’ featuring Shane Nicholson, as well as its accompanying video. It’s perhaps uncommon to have a three-time ARIA and multiple Golden Guitar winning artist featuring on your debut track, but it’s also easy to understand why: Kaine is an extraordinary singer and the song, written by Nashville based Australian songwriter Phil Barton (Lee Brice, Morgan Evans, Lee Kernaghan, The Wolfe Brothers), is a killer. It would seem that instead of being a long way from lonely, Kaine is in rather good company. Speaking about ‘Long Way From Lonely’, Kaine said that the track ‘isRead More


The Godfather Part II Lake Compound for sale

A home in the Fleur du Lac Estates on Lake Tahoe that was used for a number of scenes in The Godfather Part II including the Fredo Corleone lake murder, the Michael and Kay Corleone machine-gun assassination attack in their bedroom, and the Corleone son’s First Holy Communion celebration is for sale at $5.5 million. At Tahoe’s water’s edge, Fleur du Lac represented the film version of the Corleone-family and their move to Nevada to sell their interests in their Las Vegas casinos as part of the plan to make the mob family moreRead More


Jessica Alba to Star in Netflix Action-Thriller ‘Trigger Warning’

Following the success of Chris Hemsworth’s “Extraction,” Netflix is doubling down on action movies, tapping Jessica Alba to lead the next one. Sources tell Variety that Alba will star in the new Netflix action-thriller “Trigger Warning,” with Mouly Surya directing. Josh Olson and John Brancato penned the script, and Thunder Road’s Basil Iwanyk and Erica Lee are producing. Alba will exec produce. Alba plays a traumatised veteran who inherits her grandfather’s bar, and is faced with a moral dilemma after discovering the truth behind his untimely death. Sources consider this a possible franchise starter and haveRead More


MGM Picks Up George Miller’s ‘Three Thousand Years of Longing’

George Miller’s upcoming film Three Thousand Years of Longing has been picked up for North American distribution. MGM has nabbed domestic rights to the project, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton are starring in the pic, whose plot has yet to be revealed. The project has been described as an “epic love story” and was shopped to buyers beginning in 2018 at the American Film Market, where it was presold for multiple territories in Europe and Asia. Miller wrote Three Thousand Years and is producing with Doug Mitchell. The film will beRead More