Josh Duhamel, Fergie’s hubby, is very attractive so the target audience of females will be more than content with their piece of eye candy.
Browsing: Film & TV
A couple of scare tactics were employed in Sydney last week to highlight the release of SAW VII 3D, the final chapter of the most successful horror franchise in movie history.
Ben Affleck has returned to create a masterful heist movie which he wrote, directed and starred in. From the action scenes to the gripping story this is compelling viewing.
This story is spellbinding and like no other vampire tale. A remake of the Swedish 2008 horror film Let the Right One In.
Aussie horror flick THE LOVED ONES has won the Siren Award for Best International Feature at the Lund International Fantastik Film Festival
It is film about loss and dealing with grief with the tree used metaphorically and literally dominating a huge prescence in the family’s life to the point of holding it ransom as it takes over their landscape.
Dinner for Schmucks sees the reteaming of Steve Carell and Paul Rudd in this Flight of the Concords meets Little Britain comedy
2011 BigPond® Adelaide Film Festival extends deadline for submissions
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole is one of the many 3D computer animated family films to be released for these school holidays and by the studio the made Happy Feet
Oliver Stone appears to have taken to playing safe in his advancing years so there is no real firepower in this story
Interview with Caitlin Stasey and Deniz Akdeniz the stars from the movie Tomorrow When the War Began
Letters to Ali by director Clara Law is screening as part of the OzAsia Film Festival’s Hong Kong on Screen. This year’s retrospective showcases the work of internationally acclaimed director Clara Law.
Danger 5 Signals New Era of TV Production for South Australia
South Australian Film Corporation Maintains Core Funding Programs
204 cities, 6 continents – coming together to judge the 12th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival ADELAIDE – You be the judge!
Little Big Shots is Australia’s only stand-alone kids’ film festival for children plus plenty of competitions and opportunities for involvement. The films screening in Little Big Shots inspire discussion of world cultures, different languages, cultural diversity, emotional intelligence and human values.