augustman August 1, 2018 Hugo Weaving honestly needs no introduction. The man’s filmography speaks for itself. Agent Smith, Elrond, V in V for Vendetta, etc. He’s played in some of the most iconic roles in film history. His next project, the television series Patrick Melrose, promises to take its place in goggle box folklore. A five-part drama […]
Mediaweek July 31, 2018 Australian actor Hugo Weaving will star in the feature film M4M. The ensemble romantic drama is a contemporary take on Shakespeare’s play Measure for Measure, set within Melbourne’s Housing Commission flats. The production reunites Damian Hill and Paul Ireland, the creative team behind the critically acclaimed 2015 feature Pawno. M4M has secured principal production investment from Screen Australia in association […]
FilmInk July 30, 2018 That’s Measure for Measure for you normies out there. We’ve seen plenty of modern day Shakespeare adaptations over the years, some good (Baz’s Romeo + Juliet), some bad (Geoffrey Wright’s Macbeth), some just plain curious (Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing), but we’ve never seen one set in Melbourne’s commission flats. Well, that’s not something we’re […]
Screen Australia July 30, 2018 Screen Australia has today announced celebrated Australian actor Hugo Weaving will star in M4M, an ensemble romantic drama and contemporary take on Shakespeare’s play Measure for Measure, set within Melbourne’s commission flats. Reuniting the creative team behind the critically acclaimed 2015 feature Pawno – Damian Hill and Paul Ireland – the film has secured […]
if.com.au July 30, 2018 Damian Hill and Paul Ireland, the creative team behind 2015 indie Pawno, have reunited for M4M, a modern take on the Shakespeare play ‘Measure for Measure’ that will be set within Melbourne’s commission flats. Hugo Weaving will star in the film, about an unlikely love story between modern Muslim woman Jaiwara and local […]
Hugo Weaving will star in the film, about an unlikely love story between modern Muslim woman Jaiwara and local loner musician Claudio. Looming large is local crime figure Duke (Weaving) and his rival Farouk, Jaiwara’s gangster brother. Read more here.
Check out the brand new trailer and posters for Irish famine thriller Black ’47.
if.com.au June 20, 2018 Fresh off a Sydney Film Festival win for his doco Ghosthunter, writer-director Ben Lawrence has received funding from Screen Australia and Create NSW for narrative feature Hearts and Bones, set in Western Sydney. The film, co-written by Beatrix Christian and produced by Night Kitchen Production’s Matt Reeder, will detail the friendship between a […]
Screencaps for episodes 2 & 3 of Patrick Melrose are now available in the gallery – check them out!
Check out the official trailer for Mortal Engines & a couple of yummy screencaps in the gallery!