The Australasian Intimacy Coordination Network Holds Inaugural Regional Conference For Industry Professionals

There are many titles for those who create the choreography, direct the movement, and facilitate the physical and psychological safety for screen and stage ‘intimate scenes’ – that is, those vulnerable story-telling moments which may involve nudity, medical, toilet, bathing, kissing, simulated sex or simulated sexual abuse or assault. Their titles have included “intimacy choreographers, intimacy coaches, intimacy consultants, intimacy professionals, intimacy directors” and increasingly popularly, “intimacy coordinators.” These roles have been more in demand in Australia since MEAA established Australia’s Stage and Screen Intimacy Guidelines in 2020, and SPA added these to their Screen Safety protocols in 2021. Sometimes these roles have been combined with other on-set roles, such as “fight coordinators, on-set welfare coordinators, covid-safe coordinators” and even “standby wardrobe” – all of which has made it tricky up until now to decipher which expertise or services these different titles comprise.

Adeeb Razzouk, courtesy of Key Intimate Scenes

The Australasian Intimacy Coordination Network (AICN) is a new organisation that exists to bring together those who self-identify as intimacy professionals for stage and screen in the Australasian region. Co-founded by Stephanie Power of Intimacy Coordinators Australia in Melbourne and Michela Carattini of Key Intimate Scenes in Sydney, “the network was a simple way of getting us working together, and sharing the expertise within Australia, rather than always looking overseas.” says Carattini. “We don’t all have the same expertise,” she adds, “each artist has their own strengths and niche areas, which makes them better suited for some projects and less so for others, so we now have a body that can point clients in the best direction for their specific needs.”

Michela Carattini, courtesy of Key Intimate Scenes.

With 33 members in the network and growing, the inaugural meeting was attended online from all over Australia, including from Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Brisbane, and Adelaide. Power, who hosted the meeting, explained “[Michela and I] both had a mutually shared vision to create for our region of the world a more inclusive practice space, one that recognised existing knowledge, training, industry skills, and informed cultural diversities. As the first network of Intimacy Professionals in our region, our mission is to provide culturally appropriate platforms that foster support, associations, shared knowledge, and professional development across the Australasian region, [as well as] to firmly establish an Australian identity in Intimacy Coordination that has a globally recognised professional standing.”

Michela Carattini, courtesy of Key Intimate Scenes

The meeting addressed region-specific conversations on the practical implications of the work, including titles, insurance, rates, and qualifications. Asabi Goodman, based in Brisbane, stated she was “so glad to know that there are so many of us in Australia working together to safeguard and empower actors to tell bold, intimate stories,” while Adeeb Razzouk, based in Sydney, hopes to broaden the accessibility of the work to Arabic-speaking artists. Topics the network plans to continue to develop include collaborations, professional development, in-person training opportunities, academic research, and local suppliers for modesty garments, barriers, and other “intimacy kit” necessities. For more on the AICN, search FB groups or contact

Steph Power, courtesy of Steph Power

Asabi E. Goodman in The Revolutionists. Photo credit: Naz Mulla

Dine, recline and revel in cinematic time at ‘Lovers By Lakeside’ this Valentine’s Day

Indulge in the ultimate romantic picnic at Lovers by Lakeside overlooking stunning Australian Botanic Garden views, nestled in the comfort of your special spot watching a classic romantic comedy.  

Settle in for a night of wonder, romance, and teenage 90’s slang as you watch this year’s chosen film, 10 Things I Hate About You starring Heath Ledger and Julia Stiles on our spectacular 10 metre outdoor screen. 

Prepare for a night filled with laughs and of course… love! Visit the southwest of Sydney for a magical night out that will make you feel like a film character amongst such beautiful nature settings. 

Just when you think it couldn’t get any better, this year there are exclusive VIP tickets and delicious hampers on offer for the first time to make your lakeside picnic just a little more special. There are plenty of options to choose from, including the Charcuterie box for those who prefer a picnic feast, or the Veggie Garden box for a lighter option. The Sweets for my sweet box hamper is also up for pre-order for all the sweet tooth couples. 


  • Ultimate Sweethearts – Numbered bean bag seating, a box of chocolates, a box of popcorn, prime viewing front of screen plus VIP parking
  • Laidback Lovers – Bean bag seating, a box of popcorn, and next-level viewing behind VIP seating
  • Privacy Seekers – Designated spot in general admission seating


  • Charcuterie Box– Wood smoked ham shavings, dry-cured salami, green olive mortadella, southcape double brie, Black Jack aged cheddar, house-made dips (beetroot and hummus), marinated black and green olives, sweet potato rosti, marinated olives, fresh seasonal fruits, wafers, sesame lavosh, and crisps
  • Veggie Garden Box– Herbed cashew cheese, marinated mushrooms, sun dried tomatoes, marinated black and green olives, pickles, sweet potato rosti, house-made dips (beetroot, hummus and pesto), fresh seasonal fruits, wafers, sesame lavosh, crisps, dried fruits and nuts
  • Sweet for my sweet box- Buttercream vanilla cupcakes, rocky road, chocolate pretzels, french macarons, doughnuts, milk chocolate pots with strawberries and marshmallows, fresh seasonal fruits and assorted candy to decorate  


  • When: Monday,14 February, gates open at 7:30pm, film from 8:15pm 
  • Where: Lakeside Lawn, Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan 
  • Film: 10 Things I Hate About You  
  • Ticket Price: $45 – $110
  • Parking: Free (grass area) or VIP parking car park 
  • Age: Adults only (sorry no kids at this one) 
  • Drinks/Alcohol: This is a BYO event. Food included in Ultimate Sweetheart and Laidback Lovers package plus the extra hampers available for purchase

Ensure the selected hamper package is mentioned when pre-ordering tickets to the event. 

For more information on the event visit the Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan website here.

Walt Disney Australia Release Schedule As Of January 2022…The Countdown Begins NOW

2021 has been a tough year for the movie industry. As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to drastically affect the world, the year’s biggest films were caught in the crossfire which resulted in a number of setbacks and cancellations brought upon by the pandemic. However, Walt Disney Australia has decided to put some of these skepticisms to rest, with the company revealing their Australian release schedule for all their films until 2023. Without further ado, check out Walt Disney Australia’s release schedule as of January 2022.

The New Trailer And Poster For The Star-Studded “Death On The Nile” Just Dropped

A new trailer for 20th Century Studios’ “Death on the Nile is here. This tale of passion and jealousy, which is directed by and stars five-time Academy Award® nominee Kenneth Branagh and features an all-star ensemble cast, opens in Australian cinemas February 10, 2022.

Based on the 1937 novel by Agatha Christie, “Death on the Nile” is a daring mystery-thriller about the emotional chaos and deadly consequences triggered by obsessive love. Kenneth Branagh, back as the iconic detective Hercule Poirot, is joined by Tom Bateman, four-time Oscar® nominee Annette Bening, Russell Brand, Ali Fazal, Dawn French, Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Rose Leslie, Emma Mackey, Sophie Okonedo, Jennifer Saunders and Letitia Wright. Death on the Nile, which reunites the filmmaking team behind 2017s global hit Murder on the Orient Express, is written by Michael Green, adapted from Christies novel, and is produced by Ridley Scott, Kenneth Branagh, p.g.a., Judy Hofflund, p.g.a. and Kevin J. Walsh, with Mark Gordon, Simon Kinberg, Matthew Jenkins, James Prichard and Mathew Prichard serving as executive producers.

Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirots Egyptian vacation aboard a glamorous river steamer turns into a terrifying search for a murderer when a picture-perfect couples idyllic honeymoon is tragically cut short. Set against an epic landscape of sweeping desert vistas and the majestic Giza pyramids, this dramatic tale of love gone wrong features a cosmopolitan group of impeccably dressed travellers and enough wicked twists and turns to leave audiences guessing until the final, shocking denouement. 

Filmed with 65mm Panavision cameras in late 2019, “Death on the Nile” transports audiences to the 1930s, recreating many of the locations that served as inspiration for Christie’s glamorous, high society thriller. 

With audiences returning to cinemas, Disney has committed to an exclusive theatrical release for Death on the Nile. 20th Century Studios production president Steve Asbell says, Kens sweeping, elegant vision for this classic story deserves to be seen on the biggest screen possible. Were so proud of this film, our brilliant cast, and the stellar work that went into bringing Death on the Nile to screen. We know that audiences cant wait to experience Hercule Poirots next adventure, and were thrilled to continue working with Ken as he lends his masterful storytelling vision to the newest film in this celebrated franchise.

James Prichard, chairman and CEO of Agatha Christie Ltd., says, More than 100 years after the publication of Agatha Christies first novel, her crime fiction works remain immensely popular and continue to be discovered anew by people around the world. Im thrilled that Disney and our partners believe in this franchise, which has helped introduce millions of new fans to Christies classic works. Were honored to be in business with Disney, Ken, and all who are dedicated to preserving the long legacy of these titles for future generations.

Legendary Actress Betty White Dies Aged 99

Iconic actress Betty White has passed away, less than three weeks before celebrating her 100th birthday.

Betty White made the world laugh starring on popular sitcoms such as “The Golden Girls” and “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” and she won two Emmys for her work on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” playing Sue Ann Nivens.

ABC News confirms that White was actually planning to celebrate her 100th birthday with a star-studded event featuring several celebrities including Ryan Reynolds, Tina Fey, Robert Redford, Clint Eastwood, and Morgan Freeman.

Considered as a pioneer of early television and known as the First Lady of Television, with an amazing career spanning eight decades, White was among the first women to exert control in front of and behind the camera and even the first woman to produce a sitcom (Life with Elizabeth).

White became a recurring panelist of various American game shows such as Password, Match Game, Tattletales, To Tell the Truth, The Hollywood Squares, and The $25,000 Pyramid. She also became the first woman to receive the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show Host for the show Just Men! Her most popular roles include playing Sue Ann Nivens on The Mary Tyler Moore Show (1973–1977), Rose Nylund on The Golden Girls (1985–1992), and Elka Ostrovsky on the TV Land sitcom Hot in Cleveland (2010–2015).

White received eight Emmy Awards in various categories in the span of her career, three American Comedy Awards, three Screen Actors Guild Awards, and a Grammy Award. She also has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, she’s a 1985 Television Hall of Fame inductee and she even earned a Guinness World Record in 2018 for working longer in television than anyone else in that medium.

ABC News confirms that A film honouring White will still be released on her birthday as planned, and it will be shown in more than 900 theatres across the US from January 17.


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This Documentary captures behind the scenes of an International theatre collaboration in the middle of a global pandemic!

In 2017 Brisbane based Belloo Creative started a long-term collaboration with Japan’s IDIOT SAVANT theater company and New Zealand’s Good Company Arts. The companies met in Japan at the Tokyo Performing Arts Meeting and in 2018 Belloo Creative brought them all to Australia for a first creative development.

In 2020, just prior to the pandemic, they premiered their new work, House in the Dunes, in a 400-year old temple in Yokohama. But the main goal was a show for the Tokyo Tokyo Festival, to coincide with the 2020 Olympics. Little did they realise that by the time production was due to begin, the world would be facing a once in our lifetime pandemic, hampering overseas travel and decimating the arts sector.

Not to be deterred the work was not abandoned, merely postponed to 2021 to coincide with the Tokyo Olympics, resulting in a successful season in the small village of Akiruno in July 2021, thereby allowing Belloo to deliver on their vision to provide content globally across artforms that inspire imagination, collaboration and change.

Belloo Creative’s Caroline Dunphy said, “We were preparing for a production in Japan (alongside a New Zealand company) and then suddenly none of us could travel – but our ideas and some form of our art could travel, even when we couldn’t.”

Akiruno is the name of a small village, west of Tokyo, in the mountains, where the Blue Herons nest in spring and summer. The all-ages performance is named after the village and was developed in collaboration with their community, including local actors, working alongside the ensemble of IDIOT SAVANT theatre company (Japan) and artists from Belloo Creative (Australia) and Good Company Arts (New Zealand) over a period of 18 months.

A documentary on the making of this international theatre show, with collaborators from three different countries, in the middle of a global pandemic is now being released with thanks to funding from the Australian Government through the Australia-Japan Foundation of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Of the linguistic challenges co-director of Belloo Creative Katherine Lyall-Watson said, “There were so many Zoom meetings with Kay, our wonderful translator – and if you’ve ever done intercultural bilingual meetings, you’ll know that everything takes at least three times as long as it normally would!”

Running at 20mins, this documentary allows a rare insight behind the scenes into the creative process and what it truly takes to collaborate. “We’d always planned to take a documentary filmmaker to Japan with us to make AKIRUNO, and fortunately the Australia Japan Foundation were happy for us to use our funding to create a different sort of documentary – one about the process of collaborating from different countries to make a live performance in Japan,” said Dunphy.

Lyall-Watson had been asked to adapt Japanese folktales from Akiruno into a stage play for the production.   “As a playwright, it’s so strange to write a play and have it staged and never have the chance to see it,” she said. “I hope it will have another life and that I’ll get to see it one day.”

The AKIRUNO documentary will be launched at an online Research Showcase from the School of Creative Practice, QUT today Friday 17th December from 1-2pm (AEST). This will be followed by a live Q&A with QUT’s Dr Kathryn Kelly and Belloo Creative’s Co-Artistic Directors Caroline Dunphy and Katherine Lyall-Watson.


Documentary concept: Caroline Dunphy & Katherine Lyall-Watson, Filming & Editing: Shaun Charles Dramaturgical research: Dr Kathryn Kelly; Original music: Daniel Belton & Good Company Arts featuring Jac Grenfell, Al Fraser and Eliahpt (Aotearoa NZ;  Original test film design & projection work: Good Company Arts; AKIRUNO rehearsal footage & interviews: Kintaro Iwakura

Kurdish genocide survivor, Rahel Romahn reaches milestone as a finalist for the prestigious Heath Ledger Scholarship

Rahel Romahn, a Western Sydney-based actor, known mainly for his roles in The Principal, Here Out West, Alex and Eve, Australian Gangster, and many more, is among the six finalists selected for a prestigious Hollywood acclaimed scholarship.

Australians in Film, a Los Angeles-based non-profit film, television, and digital content foundation that supports and promotes Australian screen talent and culture in the United States, have announced the finalists in the prestigious career and life changing Heath Ledger Scholarship for 2021.

As a Kurdish genocide survivor who came to Australia at the age of four, Rahel certainly exceeded all expectations and became one of Australia’s best young actors with a Logie and AACTA award nomination for his role in The Principal and now being selected as one of the six finalists out of 600 applications.

The Heath Ledger Scholarship is awarded to an emerging Australian actor with extraordinary ability and dedication to their craft who wishes to work and train internationally. It is named in memory of Ledger, the Perth-raised actor who sadly passed away in 2008, aged just 28. Ledger made his mark in Hollywood in films including Brokeback Mountain, The Dark Knight, and 10 Things I Hate About You.

Rahel Romahn has appeared in many Film, Television, and Theatre productions in the last 15 years with multiple awards, for his performance in the internationally acclaimed The Principal. He has in the past year, worked on multiple films and US TV shows, one of them being God’s Favorite Idiot, starring Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone. He is also the lead character in the upcoming Australian film Streets of Colour.

The other five actors in the running for the scholarship are Max Brown (The Tourist, The Gloaming), Mabel Li (The Tailings, New Gold Mountain), Andrea Solonge (Privileged, Girl, Interpreted), Zoe Terakes (Wentworth, Nine Perfect Strangers) and Harvey Zielinski (Don’t Look Deeper, My First Summer).

The 2018 scholarship winner Charmaine Bingwa, who has gone on to star opposite Christine Baranski, Audra McDonald, and Mandy Patinkin in the Chicago-based series The Good Fight announced the finalists on Australians in Film’s Instagram page.

The scholarship has been awarded 10 times previously and previous recipients have included Bingwa, Bella Heathcote (Relic), Cody Fern (American Horror Story), Ashleigh Cummings (Citadel), and Mojean Aria (The Enforcer).

“We had a staggering 600 applications this year, which is a record for the scholarship. Leading Australian and US Casting Directors, including, from the US; Barbara McCarthy, Alyssa Weisberg, Jason Wood and John McAlary, and from Australia; Ann Fay, Anousha Zarkesh and Amanda Mitchell, had the hard task of narrowing the field down to just six finalists. We thank them enormously for their passion in finding new Australian talent for the world.”

“The intelligence, dedication, commitment and talent of the six finalists really shined through in not only their auditions, but their applications, in which they had to talk about what being a HLS recipient would mean to them. Given their combined lived experience, they were indeed powerful reads. On behalf of the Ledger family, the Patrons of the Scholarship and the Board of AiF we congratulate them all.”

The six finalists have now recorded additional material, which will be sent to the final scholarship jury, made up of iconic Australian actors Chris Hemsworth and Jacki Weaver, acclaimed director Rachel Perkins, leading casting director Nina Gold and award-winning US actor Alia Shawkat.

Prizes this year include a US$10,000 cash prize to support the recipient with living expenses in the US while studying, a return economy flight to the US, plus a stack of educational training and career preparation worth over AUS$50,000.

The scholarship winner will get speech and dialect coaching, private acting coaching, headshots, immigration advice, personal styling, and even meditation classes.

The Encanto Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Is Now Available From Walt Disney Records

Available now from Walt Disney Records, the Encanto Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Encanto Original Motion Picture Soundtrack features eight original songs by Tony®- and Grammy®-winning songwriter/composer Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton,” “Moana) with original score by award-winning composer Germaine Franco (Dora and the Lost City of Gold, Little,” “Tag).   The soundtrack also features Colombia, Mi Encanto by Carlos Vives and Sebastián Yatra performs the original song Dos Oruguitas” in Spanish in the film, as well as the English language version of the song, in the end-credits. The physical soundtrack will be available on Dec. 17. Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Encanto opens in Australian cinemas on December 2, 2021.

On diving into the music of the Colombian-set story, Miranda said A lot of the rhythms are familiar to me, but the instrumentation and orchestration are different and often unique to Colombia.  One of the most fun things is that the accordion is so central to the music. It was really a joy immersing myself in artists I didnt know and doing deeper dives into those Ive grown up lovinglike Carlos Vives, who were lucky enough to work with on this movie. This entire process has been about falling in love with Colombian music and culture and getting to play in that space.

Miranda wrote and produced eight original songs for Encanto. Mike Elizondo (“96,000” from In The Heights,” “My Shot (Rise Up Remix) from The Hamilton Mixtape) co-produced the songs. I hope audiences come away singing these songs just like so many classic Disney movies, said Elizondo. There are so many positive messages about family and our relationships to one another. I also hope they realize how much variety there is in Colombian music. I learned so much about their rhythms and styles during the production process and I hope the audience can use the soundtrack as a gateway to discover Colombian music.

The Encanto Original Motion Picture Soundtrack features eight original songs and a full original score, plus one reprise and one end-credit version of a song from the film. The digital version of the soundtrack also includes instrumental versions of the songs. 

Award-winning composer Germaine Franco is behind the original score for Encanto. Franco worked closely with filmmakers and Miranda to create a signature score that complemented the songs and story.

Commenting on the score, Franco said, Collaborating with Jared Bush, Byron Howard, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Charise Castro Smith, and Yvett Merino was a dream!  We created new textures and sonorities, using traditional Colombian instruments such as tiples, bandolas, cununos, marimba de chonta, arpa llanera from Latin America mixed with orchestra. The sound of the score is infused with many Colombian rhythmic styles including bambuco, mapalé, cumbia, and joropo. The score weaves in and out of the beautiful songs of Lin-Manuel Miranda. I hope that the musical imagery of the score evokes the resonant landscape of Colombia, the tenacity of our lead character, Mirabel, the strength of family, and our shared humanity.

Encanto is directed by Jared Bush (co-director Zootopia) and Byron Howard (Zootopia,” “Tangled), co-directed by Charise Castro Smith (writer The Death of Eva Sofia Valdez) and produced by Yvett Merino, p.g.a., and Clark Spencer, p.g.a.  Castro Smith and Bush are screenwriters on the film.

In the film, the magic of the Encanto has blessed every child in the family with a unique gift from super strength to the power to healevery child except one, Mirabel. But when she discovers that the magic surrounding the Encanto is in danger, Mirabel decides that she, the only ordinary Madrigal, might just be her exceptional familys last hope. The voice cast includes Stephanie Beatriz, María Cecilia Botero, Wilmer Valderrama, Adassa, Diane Guerrero, Mauro Castillo, Angie Cepeda, Jessica Darrow, Rhenzy Feliz and Carolina Gaitán. 

You can watch the Music Featurette below:

Disney and Pixar’s “Turning Red” Introduces Film’s Heartthrob Boy Band 4*Town

According to Turning Red” director Domee Shi, if you set a 13-year-old girls coming-of-age story in the early 2000s, its pretty much mandatory to include a boy band. We needed our character Mei to be obsessed with something that her mom would not approve of, said Shi. Boy bands were the first step into the world of boys for a lot of girls that age. The guys were all super pretty, polished, soft and loving, and they had of way of bringing girls and their besties together. Plus, I thought itd be really cool to create an animated boy band.

Enter Pixars first-ever boy band, 4*Town. Filmmakers called on GRAMMY®-winning singer-songwriters Billie Eilish and FINNEAS to write the fictional bands songsthree in total, including the song Nobody Like U featured in the new trailer. When we first started talking about Billie Eilish and FINNEASback before theyd won a billion GRAMMYSwe could see then how they had their finger on the pulse, said producer Lindsey Collins. We were big fans. We met with them and pitched this crazy idea of a boy band, asking if theyd be interested in writing and producing the songs. They were! 

Eilish, whose sophomore album, Happier Than Ever, debuted at No. 1 in the Billboard 200 in the U.S. and in 19 countries worldwide, made history as the youngest artist to win in all the major categories at the 62nd GRAMMY® Awards, receiving an award for best new artist, album of the year, record of the year, song of the year, and best pop vocal album.

FINNEAS, the youngest ever to win the GRAMMY® for producer of the year (non-classical), built a sterling discography penning and producing smashes for a cadre of superstarsnot only for his sister, Billie Eilish, but also Justin Bieber,  Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, Camila Cabello, Tove Lo, Kid Cudi and Ben Platt, among others. His debut solo album Optimist is out now.

GRAMMY®-, Oscar®- and Emmy®-winning Swedish composer Ludwig Göransson (Black Panther,” “The Mandalorian) is composing the score for Turning Red.” “Ive been a fan of his for a while, said Shi. We were drawn to his versatilityhes a composer, but he also produces pop music. We knew he would help us create a very unique sound.

Joining previously announced Rosalie Chiang and Sandra Oh, who lend their voices to Mei and her mother Ming, are Orion Lee as the voice of Meis dad, Jin, and Wai Ching Ho as the voice of Grandma. Meis tightknit group of friends are voiced by Ava Morse as Miriam, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as Priya, and Hyein Park as Abby. Tristan Allerick Chen voices classmate Tyler, and Addie Chandler lends his voice to Meis secret crush Devon. Providing the harmonious voices of the members of 4*Town are Jordan Fisher, Grayson Villanueva, Josh Levi, Topher Ngo and Finneas OConnell. Rounding out the voice cast are James Hong, Lori Tan Chinn, Lillian Lim, Mia Tagano, Sherry Cola, Sasha Roiz and Lily Sanfelippo. 


Disney and PixarTurning Red” introduces Mei Lee (voice of Rosalie Chiang), a confident, dorky 13-year-old torn between staying her mothers dutiful daughter and the chaos of adolescence. Her protective, if not slightly overbearing mother, Ming (voice of Sandra Oh), is never far from her daughteran unfortunate reality for the teenager. And as if changes to her interests, relationships and body werent enough, whenever she gets too excited (which is practically ALWAYS), she poofs into a giant red panda! Directed by Academy Award® winner Domee Shi (Pixar short Bao) and produced by Lindsey Collins Turning Red releases March 31, 2022.

You can view the new trailer below:

Walt Disney Australia Release Schedule As Of November 2021…The Countdown Begins NOW

2021 has been a tough year for the movie industry. As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to drastically affect the world, the year’s biggest films were caught in the crossfire which resulted in a number of setbacks and cancellations brought upon by the pandemic. However, Walt Disney Australia has decided to put some of these skepticisms to rest, with the company revealing their Australian release schedule for all their films until 2023. Without further ado, check out Walt Disney Australia’s release schedule as of November 2021.