Best Halloween Films from Australian Women in Horror

This clever coven of Australian filmmakers knows spooky, scary and stylish when they see it. Briony Kidd, Isabel Peppard, Donna McRae, Katrina Irawati Graham and Megan Riakos send us their recommendations.

Education: Acting for Camera Masterclass

Join a comprehensive masterclass series where several of Australia’s leading directors, teach acting for camera, an online exploration where the actor will discover and learn through script analysis, character breakdown, exercises and how to develop an insightful and detailed approach on acting for the camera.

Article: How COVID-19 is impacting independent filmmakers

The impact of COVID-19 is having far reaching effects on the entire world and no one industry is immune to the fallout, however freelancers and casual workers (including independent filmmakers) are the canaries in the coal mine.

Press Release: Australia’s Only 2020 CANNESERIES Horror Short Form Contender – Deadhouse Dark

Deadhouse Dark, will be the nation’s only entry in the globally recognised Short Form Competition at this year’s CANNESERIES which takes place from March 27 to April 1 in Cannes, France.

Review: Final Girls Berlin: Dark Whispers Vol.1

Eleven thoughtful and unique stories from australian female horror directors, along with a wonderful wrap-around story, result in a must see film.

Review: Dark Whispers is Anthology Done Right

A shining example of horror anthology film done right. Woven intricately together with the thematic thread of grief, love, and moving on, dark whispers asks us to peek behind the curtains of loss and face what we see there, even when it shocks us.

Blog: #52FilmsByWomen

#52FilmsByWomen, the brainchild of Women In Film LA (WIFLA), is a fun way to bring attention to the many talented female filmmakers around the world, and a great way to spark a creative and interactive conversation. I took the pledge to watch #52FilmsByWomen in a year and this was my list!

Review: Crushed

The bottom line: A Solid Debut…The vineyards of New South Wales form the backdrop for Crushed, a scenically staged murder mystery involving pervasively internecine family dynamics.

Blog: Crushed Director’s Diary

A behind the scenes look into the makings of an indie mystery thriller.