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.