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TFA’s Chris Kennedy nominated by US Art Directors Guild for Lion

Congratulations to TFA’s Chris Kennedy who has been nominated in the Art Directors Guild – Excellence in Production Design Awards. The nomination is in the Contemporary Film category for his work in Lion.

The awards recognise excellence in Production Design across 11 categories including theatrical motion pictures, television, commercials and music videos.

Winners will be announced on February 11.

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Cinema release announced for feature film, Sucker

Sucker poster[1] copyThe Australian feature film, Sucker, directed and co-written by Ben Chessell (and Lawrence Leung) has announced screening dates around Australia.

For those that missed it’s successful debut at the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF)  recently, Madmen Entertainment have announced a release the feature film starring award winning actor, Timothy Spall.

See Hoyts for forthcoming session times across Australian capital cities.

Sucker has been Edited by TFA’s Rodrigo Balart and Chessell’s co-writer is Lawrence Leung.

 

 

View Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rVMgLPpOag

 

 

DoP Simon Chapman ACS – Cut Snake in cinemas from 24 September

Cutsnake_AW copyDirected by award winner, Tony Ayres and shot by TFA’s Simon Chapman. Cut Snake is in cinemas from September 24 2015.

Cut Snake is a period crime drama set in Melbourne based around an ex-con Pommie (Sullivan Stapleton) who reconnects with a former associate Sparra (Alex Russell) and his new girlfriend Paula (Jessica De Gouw). Pommie’s imposition on their lives creates all sorts of havoc in a twisted, darkly comedic crime yarn.

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Julia Morris Leads the Bonds Boobicon Campaign

Julia Morris - Bonds Ambassador

Julia Morris – Bonds Ambassador

Julia Morris has joined Bonds as lead Ambassador for their new Boobicon campaign, along with a unique group of women in fashion, performance and sport, to collectively celebrate their boobs and encourage Australian women to embrace what they’ve got.

True to her comedic form, Julia has created her own ‘Fun Boobs’ Boobicon and thinks a sense of humour is the best way to deal with some of the surprising and not so surprising changes your boobs go through over time.
“Fun, Bouncy, Mama and Dazzling Boobs, I’ve been them all and I loved it. Boobs can be ever-changing and I’m happy to house mine in something fun and flattering.”

Visit www.facebook.com/BONDS, www.twitter.com/BondsAus or www.bonds.com.au for further information.