5 items from 2016
The Code: Season Two
Created by Shelley Birse
Two brothers, a jaded journalist and an autistic computer hacker, faced with the prospect of extradition to the Us, are forced into making complex decisions taking in political unrest, personal dealings and the mysterious ‘darknet’, all of which have the potential to bring down global powers.
Building on the tense neo-noir successes of season one and continuing the themes of political and personal intrigue, season two of The Code is a classy Australian tech-thriller.
Following the exploits of Jesse Banks (Ashley Zukerman) and Ned Banks (Dan Spielman) as they attempt to protect themselves from various authorities, the series is a thoughtfully constructed puzzle of conspiracy, claims and counter-claims.
Faced with the grim prospect of extradition to the Us for actions carried out in the previous season, »
- Robert W Monk
Incoming CEO Kate Cherry said that together Williams and Thornton would bring a fantastic combination of talent, energy and experience to the school.
.Kip.s achievements, since he graduated from Nida just six years ago, are simply extraordinary. Sigrid.s experience, not just as an actor and director, but as a passionate advocate and tireless campaigner for the Australian arts, will also be invaluable,. she said.
.It.s perfect timing to welcome Kip and Sigrid in a period of dynamic change at Nida. It is exceptional people, collaborating, that will cement Nida as a genuine world leader in creative innovation and education in the dramatic arts..
Thornton said: .Nida is one of Australia's most valuable incubators for the dramatic arts — a catalyst for the enrichment of our creative culture. »
- Staff Writer
.We are thrilled that the fantastic traction Scare Campaign has gained through positive media reviews, sold out screenings and social media, has translated into an international appetite for the film., Ryan said..
The producer and directors have been doing roadshow screenings, taking the film around the country.
.The conventional wisdom is that younger Australians aren't interested in seeing local films on the big screen, but our experience with these event screenings would suggest otherwise", Colin Cairnes said..
"It has been heartening to see a predominantly young audience come to these events and clearly get a kick out of the film's many twists and turns »
- Staff Writer
Wentworth season 4.
Wentworth season 4 is set to make its Australian premiere on May 10.
The story resumes four months after the events seen in the fiery season three finale..
The women of H block are returning to Wentworth Correctional Centre to find a new dynamic is in play which will have immediate ramifications for Bea as Kaz Proctor has established a power base..
On the outside, Franky is trying hard to be a productive member of society..
As always, no-one should underestimate .the Freak..
Notions of love and obsession will underpin the 12 episode season.
Wentworth season 4 stars Danielle Cormack as Bea Smith, Nicole da Silva as Franky Doyle, Pamela Rabe as Joan Ferguson, Kate Atkinson as Vera Bennett, Celia Ireland as Liz Birdsworth, Shareena Clanton as Doreen Anderson, »
- Staff Writer
Ahead of Scare Campaign's Australian limited theatrical release later this month, we have a trailer for the film to tide you over.
Press Release: February 3rd, 2016 – The full trailer has been released for Scare Campaign, the upcoming horror feature film from writers and directors Colin and Cameron Cairnes (100 Bloody Acres) and producer Julie Ryan (Red Dog), to coincide with the news that the film will be officially released in late March through an innovative event-style cinema release.
Scare Campaign, which recently scooped the awards at Melbourne’s Monster Fest, including ‘Best Film’ and ‘Best Direction’, will initially host themed preview screenings in February and March. These include anti-Valentines showings at Dendy Newtown and Dendy Canberra, and then a special screening at Beechworth Lunatic Asylum, the abandoned facility that provided the ominous backdrop for the film. Following this, Scare Campaign will kick off a series of event screenings around Australia »
- Tamika Jones
5 items from 2016
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