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The Vast of Night: There’s Something in the Sky

The Slamdance Film Festival runs concurrently with Sundance and is committed to unearthing new filmmaking talent. This was very much the case with Andrew Patterson, 37, who has emerged as a filmmaker to watch with his debut feature, the moody sci-fi drama The Vast of Night.
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Gregor Jordan: Dishing the Dirt Music

Following last week’s launch of the trailer for the much-anticipated new adaptation of Tim Winton’s classic, we spoke with the film’s director Gregor Jordan about making his first Australian film since the one-two punch of 1999's Two Hands and 2003’s Ned Kelly.
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David Parker: Career Opportunities

Despite COVID-19 restrictions, Aussie writer, director, producer and cinematographer David Parker (Malcolm, Diana & Me) has just uploaded a new short film called Isolation Restaurant [made with life partner and frequent collaborator Nadia Tass] online for free. We chat to him about his long and winding career.
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Kacie Anning: Ready to Upload

We spoke with the Australian filmmaker who makes her US debut on Prime’s hit comedy, Upload, from the creator of The Office (US), Parks & Recreation, King of the Hill and the upcoming Space Force.
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Tomorrow, When the War Began Cast and Director Reunion

A decade since they hit the set, the leading cast of the film adaptation of the popular John Marsden book - Rachel Hurd-Wood, Caitlyn Stasey, Lincoln Lewis, Deniz Akdeniz, Phoebe Tonkin, Ashleigh Cummings, Chris Pang and Andy Ryan, and writer/director Stuart Beattie - reunite for a self-iso reminisce about the 'good old days'.
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Shannon Murphy: Killing It Oz Style

The Australian director is living the dream, with her episodes of Killing Eve airing, the release of her acclaimed feature debut Babyteeth around the corner, and the gift of time allowing her to read, spend time with family and retro exercise to ‘80s aerobics classes.