DISCLOSURE NOMINATED FOR ‘BEST INDIE FILM’ AACTA AWARD
DISCLOSURE has been nominated by members of the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts for the ‘Best Indie Film’ Award in the 2021 AACTAs. AACTA CEO Damian Trewhella said: “AACTA is proud to be able to host and honour the work of Australia’s established and emerging talent; whose work kept us entertained and connected for the past year. 2021 has been a challenging year for many Australian industries and ours is no exception. We are privileged to be able to host an event that brings together some of Australia’s most talented and creative practitioners and allows us to recognise the people who have kept us entertained over the past year. Being able to do this at the iconic Sydney Opera House is icing on the cake.” The Awards Ceremony will be held at Sydney Opera House, and screened on Channel 10, Wednesday 8 December. The other nominees for Best Indie Film are Ellie and Abbie (& Ellie’s Dead Aunt), Lone Wolf, Moon Rock for Monday, My First Summer and Under My Skin.
DISCLOSURE NOMINATED FOR ‘BEST FICTION FEATURE FILM’ ATOM AWARD
DISCLOSURE SELECTED FOR CHELTENHAM INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
The UK Premiere of DISCLOSURE will take place in the Official Selection, Cheltenham International Film Festival, 25 May 2021. Nominated for BEST FILM, EMERGING DIRECTOR AWARD. https://cheltfilm.com/competition-21/ More information and tickets: https://2021.cheltfilm.com/
DISCLOSURE SELECTED FOR SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL’S TRAVELLING FILM FESTIVAL
Disclosure will play at Murwillumbah’s Regent Cinema at 2.30pm, Saturday 5 June. And Lismore’s BCC Cinema, 1.15pm Sunday 6 June. Responding to the themes explored by the film, festival manager Sanam Rodrigues stated that “Disclosure is a story that needs to go out as much as possible”. More information and tickets: https://www.sff.org.au/tff/
EXTENDED CINEMA RUN ANNOUNCED FOR DISCLOSURE
Michael Bentham’s topical Australian indie will screen at cinemas in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide following a successful four-week run at Cameo Cinemas in Melbourne.
DAVID STRATTON REVIEW IN THE AUSTRALIAN
“A tense and consummately acted drama in which the explosive themes are handled with a forthright candour.” The Australian, Weekend Review, Melbourne, 27-28 March 2021
DISCLOSURE THEATRICAL RELEASE GOES NATIONAL
Critically-acclaimed independent movie DISCLOSURE is scheduled to release across Australia in 2021:
Cinema Nova: Opens Thursday 25 March, plus special Q&A screening 4pm, Sunday 28 March: http://www.cinemanova.com.au/films/disclosure
Cameo Cinemas: now in its fourth week: https://www.cameocinemas.com.au/movies/disclosure
Ritz Cinemas: release begins with a special Q&A screening 3.30pm, Sunday 11 April: https://www.ritzcinemas.com.au/…/disclosure-q-and-a…
Wallis Cinemas: release begins with a special Q&A screening 7pm, Wednesday 7 April. Link will be posted when available.
NEW FILM’S BIG DISCLOSURE
“The narrative builds phenomenal suspense…” Article by Seth Lukas Hynes for the Star Mail, Melbourne, 23 February 2021
CAMEO CINEMAS ANNOUNCES SESSION TIMES FOR DISCLOSURE
DISCLOSURE opens at Cameo Cinemas Thursday 25 February. Tickets can be purchased here:
AUSTRALIAN THEATRICAL RELEASE FOR DISCLOSURE
DISCLOSURE begins its Australian theatrical release with a special Q&A advance screening at Cameo Cinemas, 21 February. The film officially opens Thursday 25 February.
Details and tickets here:
DISCLOSURE selected for Adelaide Film Festival regional roadshow
DISCLOSURE has been selected by Adelaide Film Festival’s six community curators for their ‘mini international film festival’ regional roadshow. Full story here
DISCLOSURE screens at Newport Beach Film Festival 2020
Disclosure screens at a postponed and virtual NBFF, California, in October.
DISCLOSURE to screen at Adelaide Film Festival 2020
We are thrilled to announce that DISCLOSURE has been selected for presentation in the Official Selection of the 2020 edition of the Adelaide Film Festival.
DISCLOSURE secures ANZ distribution with Bonsai Films
We are delighted to announce that Bonsai Films has acquired Australian and New Zealand rights to Disclosure.
“I’m very pleased to bring Disclosure to Australian audiences first at CinefestOZ and then to cinemas and other platforms subsequently. Although times are challenging, audiences are always open for original and topical content and Disclosure fits the bill” says Bonsai Films’ Jonathan Page.
CinefestOZ Brings the Film Festival Back into Cinemas
“For its 13th incarnation, the well-regarded annual WA event will be the first physical film festival to take place in Australia post-Covid, and it’s proudly showcasing local cinema.”
See full article here: https://www.filmink.com.au/cinefestoz-film-festival-cinemas/
DISCLOSURE selected for CinefestOZ
We are delighted to announce that the Australian premiere of Disclosure will take place 8.30pm, Friday 28 August, in the Official Selection, CinefestOZ . https://cinefestoz.com/
DISCLOSURE North American release, 30 June 2020
Disclosure will be available on iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Vudu, FandangoNOW, plus local cable & satellite providers (iNDEMAND, Vubiquity, Direct TV), Canada VOD (Shaw).
A DVD will be released in the US on 7 July 2020.
DISCLOSURE secures North American distribution
Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired North American rights to Michael Bentham’s feature film debut, Disclosure, after the topical Australian psychodrama bowed to rave reviews at Palm Springs International Film festival in January.
“Nothing could be more timely, or disturbing, than Bentham’s incredible Disclosure, a film that makes you want to scream “stop” at several points during the action”, said Richard Ross, Co-President of Breaking Glass. “Questions about truth, lying, cover-ups, sex and blackmail burst from the screen, while we the viewer attempt to take sides and place blame. We are so proud to add this stunning and controversial film to the BGP line-up.”
Screen Australia adds DISCLOSURE to their 2020 slate
Screen Australia adds Michael Bentham’s feature film debut, Disclosure, to their 2020 slate after the psychodrama bowed to rave reviews at Palm Springs International Film festival in January. Screen Australia’s Dale Fairbairn said the film’s reception at Palm Springs was impressive, and confirmed that Screen Australia will represent Disclosure as part of their 2020 slate at the forthcoming Berlinale.
DISCLOSURE’s first review in from FilmThreat‘s Alex Saveliev
“Cross Richard Linklater’s Tape with Lynne Ramsay’s We Need to Talk About Kevin, add a dash of Charlie McDowell’s The One I Love, and you may get an idea of what to expect from Michael Bentham’s ambitiously minimalist debut feature Disclosure”.
Read the review on FILM THREAT.