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New award for Australia's rising stars

23 November 2015 1:21 PM, PST | | See recent news »

Last Cab to Darwin.s Mark Coles Smith and Looking for Grace.s Odessa Young have won the inaugural Sirius Award presented by the Casting Guild of Australia.

The annual award was created to recognise Australia.s top 10 emerging actors, modelled on the Berlin Film Festival.s Shooting Stars initiative.

.The list of the next big things, actors whose careers will pop overseas in the very near future, was chosen by full-time casting directors, not a celebrity list of actors," Cga president Greg Apps tells If. "We wanted to claim ownership of our rising stars before the Us does."

Dr George Miller presented the Sirius award at the ceremony in Sydney on Monday night hosted by Sarah Snook and Ewen Leslie.

Apps said Coles Smith and Young were the two stand outs, particularly considering how far their careers had advanced over the past 12 months.

Coles Smith.s credits include Pawno, »

- Don Groves

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Cannes: ‘Blue Dog’ On Same Trail As 2011 Australian Hit ‘Red Dog’

20 May 2015 8:57 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Production is under way on “Blue Dog,” a follow-up to 2011 Australian smash hit “Red Dog.”

Kriv Stenders is again set as director. Nelson Woss returns as producer and Daniel Taplitz again provides the screenplay.

The family film is an original story, separate from the wandering red dog story. Set in the late 1960s, “Blue Dog” is the story of a young boy (Levi Miller) and his dog, growing up on a cattle station in the middle of nowhere. The boy prepares himself for a life of dull hardship but instead finds adventure and friendship with a scrappy, one-of-a-kind pup.

Established Australian actors Bryan Brown (“Australia,” “Beautiful Kate”), John Jarratt (“Wolf Creek”), and U.K. actor Jason Isaacs (“Fury,” “Harry Potter,” “Black Hawk Down”), head the cast, along with newcomer Miller (“Pan,” “Terra Nova”) in the lead as the boy, Mick.

Roadshow Films will distribute “Blue Dog” in Australia, alongside Good »

- Patrick Frater

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Blue Dog rolls in Wa

18 May 2015 3:45 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Bryan Brown, John Jarratt, Levi Miller and Jason Isaacs head the cast of Blue Dog, the prequel to Red Dog which is now shooting in the Pilbara. Directed by Kriv Stenders and produced by Nelson Woss, the 1960s- set film scripted by Daniel Taplitz follows events leading up to the discovery of Red Dog on the road to Dampier.

The Wa government is investing $1.25 million in the project through its Royalties for Regions program and Screen Australia and ScreenWest are co-funding. Miller plays Mick, a bright, curious, resourceful kid. When his emotionally disturbed mother can no longer take care of him he is sent against his wishes to live with his grandfather (Brown) on a cattle station in the Pilbara.

The boy is lonely and isolated until he rescues a dog and the two become best friends.

Miller, who made his screen debut in the sci-fi TV series Terra Nova »

- Don Groves

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Keanu Reeves, Christina Hendricks Join Cast of Nicolas Refn’s “The Neon Demon”

5 February 2015 8:13 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Berlin– Keanu Reeves and Christina Hendricks have joined the cast of Nicolas Refn’s “The Neon Demon,” the subversive female-driven horror tale that marks Danish helmer’s follow-up to “Only God Forgives.”

Sold and financed by Gaumont and Wild Bunch, “The Neon Demon” toplines Elle Fanning (“Super 8″).

Abbey Lee (“Drive”), Jena Malone (“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1), and Bella Heathcote (“Beneath Hill 60″) round up the eclectic cast of up-and-coming actresses.

Refn’s partner, Lene Borglum (“Valhalla Rising,” “Only God Forgives”) is producing via their joint company, Space Rocket.

The key crew of “The Neon Demon” comprises Refn‘s regular collaborators: editor Matthew Newman and composter Cliff Martinez. They will be joined by Dp Philippe Le Sourd (“The Grand Master”).

Gaumont and Wild Bunch are shopping the project at the Efm and have started discussions with U.S. buyers.

Production is slated to begin March 30.


- Elsa Keslassy

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