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Shooting underway in Perth on sci-fi Love You Twice

6 November 2016 3:40 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Principal photography has begun in Perth on John V. Soto.s (The Reckoning, Needle) latest sci-fi drama Love You Twice.

Jacqueline McKenzie (The Water Diviner, Deep Blue Sea, The 4400) stars as the lead, alongside Myles Pollard (Drift, The Turning), Hayley McElhinney (The Babadook), Shannon Berry (Hunters) and Ryan Panizza. Ben Mortley (Lantana) is a new addition to the cast and will play the role of .Regg., a scientist.

Soto is directing and co-wrote Love You Twice with author Michael White (Equinox, The Medici Secret). It follows a particle physicist (McKenzie) grieving over the loss of her husband who uses a revolutionary invention to bring him back, with dire consequences for their family.

Love You Twice is a Filmscope Entertainment and Convergence Productions film. Soto is producing with Deidre Kitcher, while executive producers are Malcolm and Kate Rudd, Coppelia Tingley, Pauline Chan and Gia Zhang RenJie.

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25 triumphant moments from the movies

30 October 2016 3:41 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Robert Keeling Nov 11, 2016

A salute to some of the finest uplifting moments in film, and to cinema's ability to lift your day.

A few weeks ago we published a list of traumatic moments that have appeared in family films. Of course we all enjoyed that waltz through painful childhood nightmare fuel, but the question was raised, why not do a list of slightly more positive and upbeat movie scenes instead? Thus, this: 25 of the most triumphant movie moments of all time. 

Everyone has that go-to feel-good movie which they stick on when life is getting them down. Had a bad week at work? Stick Four Weddings on. Football team lose 5-0 and get soaked through on your way home? Time for Baseketball. Leave a tenner in the pocket of your jeans that just went in the wash and thus suddenly realise that life is a never-ending cycle of pain and »

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Mr Ubiquitous: If checks in with Xavier Samuel

25 October 2016 3:27 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Xavier Samuel in Spin Out.

He might not be a household name just yet, but Xavier Samuel has seemingly endless projects in the pipeline. If talks to the actor about the purple patch that's seen him star in every other Aussie film this year.

Scan the title credits of this year.s Aussie films and you.ll notice one name popping up again and again: Xavier Samuel.

From the titular character in Miff opener The Death and Life of Otto Bloom, to the lead in Marc Gracie and Tim Ferguson.s B&S ball rom-com Spin Out and in the upcoming sequel to 2011.s Few Best Men, A Few Less Men — Samuel.s having a busy year.

He.s also the lead in David Pulbrook.s thriller Bad Blood — currently in post — and will feature alongside Hugo Weaving in the ABC.s anticipated six-part series Seven Types of Ambiguity.

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- Jackie Keast

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Mr. Ubiquitous: If checks in with Xavier Samuel

25 October 2016 3:27 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Xavier Samuel in Spin Out.

He might not be a household name just yet, but Xavier Samuel has seemingly endless projects in the pipeline. If talks to the actor about the purple patch that's seen him star in every other Aussie film this year.

Scan the title credits of this year.s Aussie films and you.ll notice one name popping up again and again: Xavier Samuel.

From the titular character in Miff opener The Death and Life of Otto Bloom, to the lead in Marc Gracie and Tim Ferguson.s B&S ball rom-com Spin Out and in the upcoming sequel to 2011.s Few Best Men, A Few Less Men — Samuel.s having a busy year.

He.s also the lead in David Pulbrook.s thriller Bad Blood — currently in post — and will feature alongside Hugo Weaving in the ABC.s anticipated six-part series Seven Types of Ambiguity.

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- Jackie Keast

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We Were Here and Flushed scoop Wasa nominations

30 May 2016 9:43 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

The Legend of Gavin Tanner.

We Were Here and Flushed have scooped the nominations for the West Australian Screen Awards.

The West Australian Screen Awards celebraes excellence and achievements in feature film, short film, web series, music videos, television production, documentary, games and interactive productions.

Short drama We Were Here, directed by David Vincent Smith and produced by Joshua Gilbert and Simon Camp, earned six nominations, the most for the awards.

Short comedy Flushed, directed and produced by Richard Eames, also received six nominations.

ABC comedy TV series The Legend of Gavin Tanner, written and directed by Matt Lovkis and Henry Inglis and produced by Lauren Elliott received five nominations, as did short drama Sol Bunker, produced by Glen Stasiuk and directed by Nathan Mewett.

Film and Television Institute Wa (Fti) chief executive, Paul Bodlovich, said the WASAs were one of the most important events on the cultural calendar in Western Australia. »

- Brian Karlovsky

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