Jon Hewitt is an Australian cult filmmaker, specializing in bloody revenge thrillers and horror movies. Before making his own feature-length movies, he worked in the Australian exhibition and distribution business.
Bloodlust (1990) (co-director Richard Wolstencroft)
The 12th annual Melbourne Underground Film Festival gave out awards to films by Jon Hewitt, Larry Wessel, Greg Hanson and many others.
Jon Hewitt’s X is a thriller set in the seedy underbelly of Sydney, Australia. A high-priced call girl (Viva Bianca) wants to call it quits on her career, but she has one last job to perform.
The 5th annual Sydney Underground Film Festival is showing twisted films by Usama Alshaibi, Jeff Krulik, Jon Hewitt, Joseph Guzman and more.
The 12th annual Melbourne Underground Film Festival plans to Destroy All Movies by screening films by Jon Hewitt, Larry Wessel and more.
The 12th annual Revelation Perth International Film Festival is overseen again by Jack Sargeant and is screening Altamont Now and a new doc by Kenta McGrath.
The epic and brutiful 9th annual Melbourne Underground Film Festival gave awards to filmmakers Sam Barret, Ivan Kavanagh, Jon Hewitt, Kel Dolen and more.
The Melbourne Underground Film Festival is screening Altamont Now, Plaster, Caster, No Through Road, Tin Can Man, Hole in the Ground, and a hell of a lot more.
I have seen the future of Australian horror and it includes filmmakers Kenta McGrath, Dalibor Bakovic and Mark Savage. These guys are the new vanguard.
The 8th annual Melbourne Underground Film Festival has announced its theme, plus will be guest hosting Peter “Sleazy” Christopherson and more news.
The Melbourne Underground Film Festival has announced this year’s winners, including Roseberry 7470, Gamers and Plagues and Pleasures on the Salton Sea.