Recording Media News

New Australian Movie Beautiful Kate Shot With Fujifilm Stock

Beautiful Kate, the much heralded new Australian movie directed by Rachel Ward starring Rachel Griffiths, Bryan Brown, Sophie Lowe and Ben Mendelsohn, about a writer who is asked to return to the family home to say goodbye to his dying father was shot entirely with Fujifilm stock.

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Topics: press release, australian film industry, fujifilm

New Australian Movie Bran Nue Dae Shot With Fujifilm

BRAN NUE DAE the new Australian movie directed by Rachel Perkins was shot entirely with Fujifilm stock. Bran Nue Dae tells the story of young Willie (Rocky McKenzie) during the Summer of 1967 in the idyllic pearling port of Broome, North Western Australia - fishing, hanging out with his mates and his girl Rosie. However his mother has great hopes for him and returns him to the religious mission in Perth for further schooling. After being punished by Father Benedictus for an act of youthful rebellion, Willie runs away. Down on his luck he meets Uncle Tadpole and together they con a couple of hippies into taking them on the 3,000 km journey back home. Arriving in Broome, Willie wins the girl, convinces his mother that Broome is the place he should be and discovers the father he never knew.

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Topics: press release, australian film industry, Fujifilm stock

Spider Wins Fujifilm Best Australian Film Award At Mudfest 2009

Over 1000 wine appreciating short film enthusiasts from all over the world converged on the Elliot Rocke Estate again last weekend for Mudfest, the 5th annual Mudgee International Short Film Festival.

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Topics: australian film industry, Mudgee International Short Film Festival, Mudfest

Spider Wins Fujifilm Best Australian Film Award At Mudfest 2009

Over 1000 wine appreciating short film enthusiasts from all over the world converged on the Elliot Rocke Estate again last weekend for Mudfest, the 5th annual Mudgee International Short Film Festival.

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Topics: australian film industry, Mudgee International Short Film Festival, Mudfest

Spider Wins Fujifilm Best Australian Film and People's Choice Awards at Mudfest 2009

Over 1000 wine appreciating short film enthusiasts from all over the world converged on the Elliot Rocke Estate again last weekend for Mudfest, the 5th annual Mudgee International Short Film Festival.

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Topics: australian film industry, Mudgee International Short Film Festival, Mudfest, fujifilm

Major Australian Movies Shot With Fujifilm Stock

FUJIFILM Australia today gave details of three new Australian movies and one recent AFI winner shot exclusively on FUJIFILM stock. FUJIFILM General Manager Recording Media/Motion Picture Film Marc Van Agten said, “It is a very exciting time for the Australian film industry and these projects are a good indication of the quality of movies we can expect to see throughout 2009.”

The first of the new movies is BRAN NUE DAE directed by Rachel Perkins and shot by DOP Andrew Lesnie on ETERNA 250T and ETERNA 500T (Lesnie also shot the Australian film Love’s Brother on FUJIFILM stock). BRAN NUE DAE stars Geoffrey Rush, Magda Szubanski, Deborah Mailman, Ernie Dingo and Missy Higgins. As Australia's first Aboriginal musical the source material is semi-autobiographical, based on the story of writer Jimmy Chi's life in Broome and is a 3,000km journey of self discovery through spectacular landscape.

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Topics: australian film industry, Fujifilm stock, ACS